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Mensa Yorkie

Mensa Yorkie

Our Yorkie is not really interested in coexistence.

From Sara:

This Boca Raton, Florida Driver Is Handicapped In More Ways Than One.

Maybe this driver could ask her Mensa-member Yorkie how to solve the ISIS crisis?

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I’m afraid I don’t understand, is there some anti-Israel sticker on the car that I am not seeing?

This is a COEXIST bumper sticker as life with Islam is really like,

1400 years of terrorism is more than enough.

“My yorkie is smarter than your Honor Student” ??!!&#*$**&#!!!

How stupid one has to be in order to come up with such stupidity, let alone stick it on one’s car and parade around town ?!!!
This person is insulting each and every school kid that tries to excel and do the right thing.

This is my message to him/her:

My Honor Student is smarter than YOU.
Now if you know what the transitive property is, figure out where you stand relating to your yorkie.

    I bet no-one readily accuses you of having a sense of humor.

      Sharpshooter in reply to Amy in FL. | August 18, 2014 at 12:31 pm

      Or knowing what a farce most “honor student” programs are.

      See Bill Whittle at:

        Exiliado in reply to Sharpshooter. | August 18, 2014 at 6:32 pm

        First, Bill Whittle does not address the topic of Honor programs in that clip.

        Second, I talked about Honor students as individuals, not about the programs. You see, there’s a difference.

        While many of those programs are a scam, there are many kids, and I know that for a fact, that are doing great thanks to the effort put forth by their families (my family).

      Exiliado in reply to Amy in FL. | August 18, 2014 at 6:28 pm

      But I do have a sense of humor!

      It’s just that I don’t find everything funny. And this one des not make me laugh. Or smile. Or be amused in any way.

      It makes me think this person is probably like the idiot parents of the idiot kids that act(ed) like clowns in the same classroom where my son tries(tried) to learn.
      Well, that was some time ago. Now my son is in a class where most students are like him.

    Sharpshooter in reply to Exiliado. | August 18, 2014 at 12:29 pm

    The overwhelming majority of honor students are borderline illiterate.

TrooperJohnSmith | August 17, 2014 at 10:43 am

A Yorkshire Terrier is just that, a terrier. It’s a little pint sized digging and killing machine, unless you turn it into a simpering, neurotic lap dog. In fact, the American Pitt Bull Terrier and the Yorkshire Terrier share something like 99.4% of the same DNA.

The interesting thing is that the Yorkshire Terrier will also model and imitate the behavior of other dogs. We inherited my late mother-in-law’s Yorkshire puppy, and he now thinks he’s an Alsatian. In fact, he’s turned out the be the Alpha in our family “pack”. He’s no lap dog, for sure. No bug, lizard, crawdad, spider, snake or other critter smaller than him is safe. If he hears it under the grass, he goes after it.

There are no bad dogs, just bad owners. Or, in the above case, a nutty one.

would the yorky be smart enough to not park in a handicap spot?

    Sharpshooter in reply to dmacleo. | August 18, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    I park in handicapped slots all the time.

    I have a mirror hanger rather than a handicapped license plate.

    My beagle knows the similarity.

Painting a line around the body at a crime scene is one thing, but including the wheelchair is SOOO insensitive. Maybe even racist. 😉

Obviously, the dog is not smarter than the honor students. But chances look good that it’s at least as smart as its owner.

I just don’t understand why people put all those stickers on the car’s paint.

“Maybe this driver could ask her Mensa-member Yorkie how to solve the ISIS crisis?”

MENSA does not offer solutions to the world’s problems, but they do get discussed whenever members of MENSA gather.

Why is that? The solutions vary as much as the opinions of the members.

“Activities include the exchange of ideas through lectures, discussions, journals, special-interest groups, and local, regional, national and international gatherings; the investigations of members’ opinions and attitudes; and assistance to researchers, inside and outside Mensa, in projects dealing with intelligence or Mensa.”

“What opinions does Mensa have?

Mensa takes no stand on politics, religion or social issues. Mensa has members from so many different countries and cultures with differing points of view, that for Mensa to espouse a particular point of view would go against its role as a forum for all points of view. Of course, individual Mensa members often have strong opinions–and several of them. It is said that in a room with 12 Mensans you will find at least 13 differing opinions on any given subject!”

Check it out and join the discussion.