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    Official Investigation

    Hot 6 years ago

    Down around the Texas-Louisiana border, there has been a recent rash of illegal cock fighting, with quite a bit of gambling. The director of the Louisiana State Police finally bent to public pressure and sent an investigator to get to the bottom of the problem.
    The crack investigator, Boudreaux, took an unmarked cruiser and headed for Mamou. He was gone for two days and arrived back in Baton Rouge to report to the director.
    He reported that there were three major groups involved in the illegal cock fighting - Texas Aggies, Cajuns and the Mafia.
    Of course, the boss wanted to know how he surmised this, and he replied that he knew there were Texas Aggies involved when he saw someone enter a duck into the fight.
    He knew that there were Cajuns involved when someone bet on the duck.
    He then stated that he was absolutely positive that the Mafia was involved when the duck won!

    Do you know why the Texas Aggies use artificial turf in their football
    stadium?
    It helps stop their cheerleaders from grazing!

    Do you know why the Texas Aggies use artificial turf in their footballstadium? It helps stop their cheerleaders from grazing!

    Three Aggies

    Hot 3 years ago

    There were three Aggies; one crane operator, one pole climber, one guide.
    The guide tied the crane to the end of a pole. The crane operator would then pick the pole up on end. The climber climbed to the top and dropped a tape measure which the guide promptly read and noted the measurement. The crane operator then lowered the pole to the ground and repsitioned to pick up another pole.
    This went on several times when the foreman came over and asked why they couldn't measure the poles while they were laying on the ground?
    The Aggies replied, "we need to know how tall the poles are, not how long".

    Measuring on the job

    Hot 3 years ago

    There were three Aggies; one crane operator, one pole climber, one guide. The guide tied the crane to the end of a pole. The crane operator would then pick the pole up on end. The climber climbed to the top and dropped a tape measure which the guide promptly read and noted the measurement. The crane operator then lowered the pole to the ground and repsitioned to pick up another pole. This went on several times when the foreman came over and asked why they couldn't measure the poles while they were laying on the ground? The Aggies replied, "we need to know how tall the poles are, not how long".

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