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The police officer made the collar after the boy's father and grandfather reportedly tried and failed to kill him... and since the child was there too, the officer must have figured the infant was the "brains" of the group.
Happy ending, a diaper was changed and the "brains' was released to poop in freedom.
The San Antonio Spurs of the NBA will not be staying at a certain California hotel any more. Ghosts! Several players have experienced the spirit and to make matters worse, Harold Ramis, the man who wrote and starred in Ghostbusters isn't around to save them anymore... he recently died... and may now be part of the problem. Great movie though.
Science marches on: Recent actual and expensive medical studies have revealed that 1) drinking too much alcohol and/or excessive use of cocaine makes it really hard to drive an 18-wheeler; 2) there is a connection between stress and premature aging... stress doesn't help; 3) men like to look at curvaceous women but not necessarily face first; 4) athletes rarely are as smart as brain surgeons; 5) though more people are killed by bee stings than shark bites, most would still prefer to be stung by a bee. All of this raises the question: would you rather have a poke in the eye with a stick or a broken leg? I dunno, surprise me.
Wrigley Field, the home of the Cubs, just turned 100. And even better, the Cubs are ONLY 10 games out of first place on their march to another yet another World Series championship. The Cubbies are anxious to have someone who saw them win their last title--a mere five years after the Wright brothers' first flight--throw out the first pitch in their next championship, but no one living today was born yet... except some really old guy in Italy, and his arm is gone. Just you wait til Next Year!
A first grade teacher admits to her class that she is a die-hard Cub fan. She asks her students to raise their hands if they
are Cub fans too. Not really knowing what a Cub fan is but wanting to be like their teacher, their hands explode
into the air.
There is, however, one exception. One girl has not gone along with the crowd. The teacher asks why. "Because I'm
not a Cub fan," she says.
"Then," asks the teacher, "what are you?"
"I'm a Chicago White Sox fan."
The teacher, a little perturbed, asks why she is a White Sox fan.
"Well, My Dad and Mom are White Sox fans, and I am too."
The teacher, somewhat upset, says, "That's no reason, What if your Mom was a moron and your dad
was a moron. What would you be then?"
"Then," says the girl, "I'd be a Cub fan."
It is against the law in Liberty, NY to be annoying. Really! So a lead-footed hot-head, mad about a speeding ticket, sent his fine in with a note: "Bleep YOUR bleeping TOWN!" The town rejected the payment and charged him saying his note was "likely to cause annoyance or alarm."
I want one of those laws for my town too... but I'd amend it to include being a jerk too.
Chicago, in a NYTimes poll, was found to be the funniest city in the United States. No contest... Chicago has the Cubs so a sense of humor is essential. Boston, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Portland OR, New York, Los Angeles, Denver, San Francisco and Seattle were the top 10.
If you live in Virginia Beach, get a life. You were the least funny in all of America. Jacksonville, Miami, Tulsa, Arlington TX, El Paso, Ft. Worth and San Antonio are at the dourest bottom. Hmm, Texas has four. Wonder if that means anything?
You sourpusses better get with it. Monkeys have a better sense of humor than you do. Primates don't just laugh, they crack jokes. Koko, a gorilla, knows more than 2,000 words and and signs 1,000. She was recently asked, "What can you think of that's hard?" She signed "Rock" and "Work." She once tied her trainer's shoelaces together and signed "Chase."
Why do waiters like gorillas better than flies? Have you ever heard a customer complain "Waiter, there's a gorilla in my soup?"
One more Cub joke:
Einstein invented a machine to reduce intelligence of the super smart so they could better fit
in with society.
He strapped the apparatus on the head of his first genius volunteer test subject and turned
the machine on low, not sure of its power. After 30 seconds, he turned it off and anxiously asked
a test question: "What is the numerical equivalent of pi?"
"3.14159 to infinity," the genius said.
"Hmm," mused Einstein. Needs more power. So he set the machine to medium and tried again.
"Now, he asked, Who was the 16th president of the United States?"
"Lincoln, of course. Followed by Andrew Johnson and Ulysses S. Grant."
Getting impatient, Einstein set the machine on high and let it rip. Strangely though, the machine
did not shut off automatically. As Einstein frantically tried everything, he finally had to smash the machine with a
hammer to make it stop. It had run on and on and on for more than five minutes.
"Oh my God," he said concerned as he shook his subject., "Say something to me... say anything."
The man shook his head and finally opened his eyes. Looking at an anxious Einstein, he hollered "HOW 'BOUT
Confession: Don't tell anyone... I'm a Cub fan.