Wednesday, November 6, 2013

no time for blogging.... have some punch

"Well, no," says the Irishman, "but it happens to me sister all the time!"
"Damn, I just joined the Rotary Club.""No", the guys says, "I can't believe that the donkey sold the place." “Oh, those are the peanuts,” he replies. “They’re complimentary.” And the rabbi replied, "No . . . I think I'll just wait for the police." The blind man is silent for a moment and then says, "Nah, I wouldn't want to have to explain it five times."

10 comments:

Sherry Peyton said...

*tiptoeing quietly and very quickly away* The men in the white coats are coming.

okjimm said...

men in white coats? stuff! mine is at the cleaners...I want to go with them!!!!!

Tom Harper said...

"Yeah, but this one's eating my popcorn."

okjimm said...

Tom... good one. I am in stitches.... they come out next monday.

seriously, though. a note....using a new computer..good friend Billa enlarged the font, changed the background to black so I can read it... but for some reason the toolbar on the post setting is missing a bunch of stuff. can't see well enough to fix it ... so I cannot make line spacings. Thats why everything is run-on. I'll get it figured out soon enough...or maybe not.

susan said...

The rabbi: "I would want someone to say 'Look, he's moving'."

I think your run-ons are perfectly understandable - that is, for those of us who are chronically disturbed.

Larry said...

Okay. We have the punch lines. When are you going to give us the lines preceding them? :-(

okjimm said...

ah, Larry...... ok

... a punchline walks into a bar and the bartender says, "where's the joke?"
sorry, couldn't help myself.

Dave Dubya said...

Just a note to let you know Phil Lesh is playing the "Layla" album this week. "Sticky Fingers" was last week and "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" is up next in this tour.

There should be a taper live web stream out there.

okjimm said...

dave.... thanks for the heads up. will try to find it. Hey, I did meet Phil.. he was at a small hippie bar here in town after a Dead concert was canceled.

http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2009/12/gd-july-4-1974-titan-stadium-oshkosh-wi.html

... I remember asking him, "Phil, would you like a beer?" and he said, "sure" great conversation.

two years later I did get to meet Ken Kesey. much longer conversation...he had a lot of great Dead stories. as well as Hunter Thompson stories. hmmmm.... now I wanna go listen to Ripple a few times.


Leslie Parsley said...

You must be drinking a hell of a lot of punch.

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