The map her friend had drawn indicated that the client, a country vet she was to see, lived in the second farm past Yin road. Try as she might, the vet could not find a Yin Road anywhere! Exasperated, she finally stopped to ask directions.
She stopped and asked at the next farm. "I ain't never heard of no Yin Road." said the farmer. "But ya might try askin' old man McGillicuddy, he's lived 'round here for better 'n 70 years."
"Thanks," replied the vet. "Where can I find him?"
"He lives on the second farm past the Y in the road."
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Putin denies being 'anywhere near' Taco Bell
By Andy Borowitz
Calls linking him to E-Coli outbreak 'pure fantasy'
http://www.JewishWorldReview.com | Russian President Vladimir Putin lashed out today at accusers who have pointed the finger at him in recent days for the outbreak of e-coli infections at several Taco Bell restaurants in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
President Putin, already on the defensive over accusations that he poisoned former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive sushi, held a press conference at the Kremlin today to offer his categorical denial of any involvement in the Taco Bell poisonings.
"I have not been anywhere near Taco Bell," a visibly angry Mr. Putin told reporters. "Anyone who says I have done so is trading in pure fantasy."
But despite Mr. Putin's vehement statements to the contrary, several restaurant managers of the Taco Bell chain said that they saw a balding man resembling the Russian President skulking around their restaurants in recent days.
"I saw this sneaky-looking guy in a trench coat carrying a test tube of something funky and I was like, that is totally that evil Russian dude," said Tracy Lamant, a manager of one of the New Jersey Taco Bells that was hit by the e-coli outbreak.
But according to Davis Logsdon, who heads up the University of Minnesota's Institute of International Espionage, it is "highly unlikely" that Mr. Putin would start the spread of e-coli at Taco Bell restaurants in order to murder former Russian spies.
"First of all, there's no evidence that Russian spies eat American fast food," Dr. Logsdon. "Secondly, if they do, they'll die pretty soon anyway."
"There is no such thing as the United Nations. There is an international community that occasionally can be led by the only real power left in the world, and that is the United States.... If the UN secretary building in New York lost ten stories, it wouldn't make a bit of difference" John Bolton 1994
Before heading out on a class hike, the UNC prof stood at the trailhead reviewing map pinned to a bulletin board. A red arrow on the map that said "You are here" caught one sophomore's attention. Pointing to it he asked. "How do they know that?"