The Monstrous Failure of Political Correctness

A guy walked into a bar with a monkey. The monkey grabbed some olives off the bar and ate them.

Then he grabbed some sliced limes and ate them. He then jumped onto the pool table and grabbed one of the balls.


To everyone’s amazement, he stuck it in his mouth and somehow swallowed it whole.


The bartender looked at the guy and said, “Did you see what your monkey just did?” “No, what?” “He just ate the cue ball off my pool table – whole!”


“Yeah, that doesn’t surprise me,” replied the guy, “he eats everything in sight, don’t worry, I’ll pay for the cue ball.”


The guy finished his drink, paid his bill, paid for the stuff the monkey ate and left. Two weeks later the guy came back and had his monkey with him.


He ordered a drink and the monkey started running around the bar. The monkey found a maraschino cherry on the bar. He grabbed it, stuck it up his butt, pulled it out and then ate it.


Then the monkey found a peanut and again stuck it up his butt, pulled it out and ate it. The bartender asked, “Did you see what that filthy ape just did?” “No, what?” asked the man.


“Well, he stuck both a maraschino cherry and a peanut up his arse, then he pulled them out and ate them.” “Yeah, that doesn’t surprise me,” replied the guy. “He’ll eat anything, but ever since he had to shit out that cue ball, he measures everything first.” 

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Actually 200 billion dollars

The centrepiece of the deal is a pledge by China to purchase at least an additional $200 billion worth of US farm products and other goods and services over two years, over a baseline of $186 billion in purchases in 2017. The deal would include $50 billion in additional orders for US agricultural products, President Trump said, adding he was confident that US farmers would be able to meet the greater demand. He also said China would buy $40 billion to $50 billion in additional US services, $75 billion more in manufacturing goods, and $50 billion more worth of energy supplies.

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