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February 28, 2019


Woodward said another dog, named Adam Barker, a cat and even a dead person were AWS certified by groups testing the system. That means they could currently work in Kentucky, despite the fact most don’t even have opposable thumbs.

Needless to say they all also have Florida drivers' licenses.

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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Sometimes I wonder if a dog named Adam Barker would be a better welder than some of the knuckle-draggers we get at my company.

Maybe Kentucky would be better off just distilling whiskey and not welding together things like nuclear power plants, IBM's, etc.

Every time I try to sign up for the online welding class from our local community college, my application disappears.

I suspect there is a conspiracy.

"It was a dark and stormy night ..."
If I don't have opposable thumbs, how am I able to type my world class novel?

And I bet they're all registered Democrat voters.

Dead cats don't bounce, so I doubt they could get a welding license.

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