The Rich and the famous:
|Rich And Famous cartoon . www.cartoonstock.com|
|From the rich man's table.frith.moadoph.gov.au|
|The rich man with a bunch of money. www.shutterstock.com|
"The rich and the famous, the so called 'aristocrats'
or royals from the higher strata of the society,
particularly, in England have as many followers for
their money, antics & eccentricities as the mad
people have for their weird, odd and crazy behavior.
Actually, there is no difference between them except
that, the latter deserve our sympathy unlike the
An intern and his gripe:
|Ex US President Richard Nixon (Tricky Dick) & watergate scandal,|
"When I have been asked to choose between two options, I
would rather be a bouncer at a top-less joint than
be an intern in the office of a crafty, foxy, ever-lying
politician of Nixon (Richard Nixon of Watergate
fame who uttered the famous remarks, '' I'm not a
crook.'' on TV in the 1970s) genre in the White
House.I want to be trained as a good administrator, not a crooke public servant. It's something like learning nothing."
...... An American graduate student in "Public Administration" was telling his professor about his proposed internship at the White House in Washington, DC
|Watergate Cartoon WatergateCartoon.www.fold3.com|
Woman and Horse:
"Horse and woman should be properly sandbagged
and under check; if not, they will gallop in a jiff, the
latter faster than the four-footed hoofed animal."
|galloping horse www.clipartpal.com|
...... the lament of a terribly disappointed fiancé who earned the ire of his girl friend with whom he had been going steady for sometime (US saying).