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Problems with "Communication" ?

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Feb 12 in Fun & Humor ☻ by Marianne (18,487 points)
Early Texas governors were not very well educated.

There was once a chief executive who thought "grammar" was his father's mother.

On one occasion this governor went hunting and forgot his gun. He phoned his secretary and asked him to send the gun.
"The phone connection's bad," said the secretary. "I couldn't catch that last word.
Spell it."

The governor replied, " 'G' like in Jesus; 'U' like in onion; 'N' like in pneumonia GUN, you damn fool!"

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Link: http://jokes.skem9.co.uk/cat/Spelling-jokes/2

3 Answers

Rooster Feb 12

Darn Texicans! No surprise there! :D :D :D

Marianne Rooster Feb 12

Lol, Rooster, yes, these times were rather wild ...

:D:D:D

TheOtherTink Feb 13

Wait a minute!   They had a phone in the Alamo?  :unsure:

Lol, T(h)ink, they had no phone by this time yet, but by then, Texas "belonged" to Mexico:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_Texas

On the other hand, even after the spreading of the telegraph and, later on, the telephone, the "Wild Wild West" was shrinking, but still alive ...

:O:angel::D:D

But, but, but... Texas declared its independence from Mexico on March 2, 1836, while the Alamo battle was still raging.  Santa Anna was defeated and captured at San Jacinto during the following month, and agreed (was forced) to recognize Texan independence.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Independence_Day

Virginia Feb 13

Ha ha, ty for the laugh, Marianne! :D  <3

Marianne Virginia Feb 14

Lol, you're welcome, Virginia.

:D<3

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