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Re: 511 Baby bringt Barschaft/And baby makes money

Posted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 2:28 am
by Shoe Dick
4, I felt so sorry for Al & I can understand why he wasn't able to walk after a nine month sex-marathon :)

Re: 511 Baby bringt Barschaft/And baby makes money

Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 5:06 am
by Dr. Shoe
"...a weekend in Des Moines with Orville Redenbacher and his cool grandson." - Kelly

Oh that line makes me laugh :D

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I don't know about in Europe, but in the 80s over here Orville Redenbacker Popcorn had this ad campaign where Orville and his grandson would sit around talking about thier popcorn. Gary, the grandson, looked like a total dork as you can see.

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Re: 511 Baby bringt Barschaft/And baby makes money

Posted: Thu Jul 21, 2016 1:00 am
by Dr. Shoe
Ok, so I think you’ll enjoy what I am about to write or you’ll come away from it thinking I am quite strange! I was inspired to do something recently by this very episode of MWC. I’ve mentioned elsewhere on the forum that I am into genealogy. Well, about 7 years ago I located the previously unmarked grave of my direct line paternal great-great-great grandfather, a Civil War veteran. Because of his service I was able to get a military grave marker for him, which was quite an honor, but that’s not the end of the story. The board president of the cemetery said that there was an unused grave plot beside him, purchased by the family way back then, and that if I would get a notarized affidavit saying I was his direct heir, then I could claim it. I did this and put the plot up for sale. It finally sold and I received the check a few weeks ago. So its not everyday you inherit something from your third-great grandfather....this is special money to me. “Creditors don’t get one penny! How dare they expect us to pay for five year old items!” So I thought and thought about what I should do with the money. I asked the cemetery what my ancestor paid for the grave back in the 1920s and I figured it out, the money had appreciated by 1800%. I think I can do a lot better. So accordingly I have invested the money in a a very aggressive growth based stock fund. My ggg-grandfather died over 90 years ago. This account will stay separate from my other assets and go into a special trust. I am going to stipulate that it is not to be touched until 90 years after my death. If I reach a regular life expectancy it will grow into a substantial fortune. At first I thought I would leave it to all of my descendants then living, but then I thought...no that will just make it small change again. Then I came up with what my brother says I should call the "Bundy Clause.” So, 90 years after my death, the money will go to the first of my descendants to have a male baby Shoe “born in wedlock” named after me. Mostly I’m doing this because I think it will be hilarious. I expect my descendants will not soon forget me, or my fathers before me for that matter. :D

Re: 511 Baby bringt Barschaft/And baby makes money

Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2016 6:51 pm
by Spare Tire Dixon
That may be the coolest thing I've ever heard someone do! :) Is it legal?

Re: 511 Baby bringt Barschaft/And baby makes money

Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2016 8:05 pm
by Dr. Shoe
Yep! I read about Ben Franklin doing something similar. Not with the name aspect of course, but he did have his money grow interest for 200 years before it was released.

Re: 511 Baby bringt Barschaft/And baby makes money

Posted: Sat Jul 30, 2016 8:43 am
by marriedaniac
:lol: Do it!
I suddenly imagined a scene not unlike the one in the episode where the details have been stipulated, and everyone is feverishly trying to fornicate right there. :lol: