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Old 12-19-00, 11:54 AM   #21
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You really are a spaceball..You know that
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My very last post to you know who ...

Tofu no kadoni atama o butsukete shine...

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Old 12-23-00, 09:51 AM   #23
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I would like to dedicate this column to a friend of mine who used to make a great living as a famous chainsaw juggler.

We love you stumpy. Your career was short and now so are your arms.

Can we keep this column on topic please.
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A woman in her eighties once challenged me to a race during a street show. Me on a unicycle, her on a zimmer frame (with wheels on the front)

We set up a race and a course and I pretended to take if very seriously. The crowd cheered her on, people pushed me off my unicycle and we invented lots of plausable ways by which she could win.

Eventually she lost and threw the frame at me in jest.

She enjoyed being centre of attention.

Afterwards we shared the hat.

When she had gone I had about five self righteous late teenagers starting on me about mocking the disabled and the elderly.

Actually I acknowledged her, her lifestyle, her condition and her ability to deal with it. Later that year she taught me how to perform the charleston.

Zimmer frames are so cool. Some medicines aren't.

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Perhaps this better belongs in 'jokes', but still...


Three women are sitting in their OB-GYN's waiting room. All three are obviously pregnant. All three are knitting.

The first looks at her watch, puts down her knitting, reaches into her purse, takes out a bottle of pills, and swallows two pills. She then puts the bottle back in her purse, picks up her knitting and announces to the room in general, "I'm taking iron pills so my baby will have good blood."

The second looks at her watch, puts down her knitting, gets a pill bottle out of her purse and takes two pills. She picks up her knitting and says, "I'm taking calcium, so my baby will have strong bones."

The third woman puts down her knitting, reaches into her purse, take out a bottle of pills and takes two. She resumes knitting and says, "I'm taking thalidomide, because I never learned how to knit sleeves."


I told this joke at a party. After the laughter, one woman looked at me and said, "You're going straight to hell."

I said, "Ma'am, that joke is barely the tip of the iceberg."
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