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zenbabe 11-08-2004 10:15 PM

hahahaha!

Smartypants 11-08-2004 11:11 PM

Subject: Sad Moment

With all the sadness and trauma going on in the world at the moment, it is
worth reflecting on the death of a very important person that almost went
unnoticed last week.

Larry LaPrise, the man who wrote "The Hokey Pokey" died peacefully at age
93. The most traumatic part for his family was getting him into the coffin.

They put his left leg in. And then the trouble started.

madasacutsnake 11-08-2004 11:41 PM

Quote:

i return to my original point. in all of the bible there is no reference to jesus being angry at "sinners", only at priests and lawyers. a point the religious right should be reminded of. rudely if possible.

madasacutsnake 11-08-2004 11:41 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Smartypants
Subject: Sad Moment

With all the sadness and trauma going on in the world at the moment, it is
worth reflecting on the death of a very important person that almost went
unnoticed last week.

Larry LaPrise, the man who wrote "The Hokey Pokey" died peacefully at age
93. The most traumatic part for his family was getting him into the coffin.

They put his left leg in. And then the trouble started.

Shut up, Smarty.

Smartypants 11-08-2004 11:47 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by madasacutsnake
Shut up, Smarty.
Funny you should say that, c-snake, because at the end of the e-mail message I received that contained that, the original sender had written, "Shut up. You know it's funny."

:p :p

madasacutsnake 11-08-2004 11:53 PM

Hehe.

I just sent it out with an apology and disclaimer.

topcat 11-09-2004 12:34 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Smartypants
Subject: Sad Moment

With all the sadness and trauma going on in the world at the moment, it is
worth reflecting on the death of a very important person that almost went
unnoticed last week.

Larry LaPrise, the man who wrote "The Hokey Pokey" died peacefully at age
93. The most traumatic part for his family was getting him into the coffin.

They put his left leg in. And then the trouble started.

this, my friend cracked me up

Avalon 11-09-2004 02:13 AM

Something to offend both sides :)

After numerous rounds of "We don't even know if Osama is still alive", Osama himself decided to send George Bush and John Kerry each the same letter in his own handwriting to let him know he was still
in the game.

They opened the letter and it appeared to contain a coded message:
"S370HSSV-0773H."

Kerry was baffled, so he copied it and mailed it to John Edwards.

Edwards and his advisors had no clue either, so they sent it to the Democratic National Committee.

Bush was baffled, so he copied it and mailed it to Dick Cheney.

Cheney and his advisors had no clue either, so they sent it to the Republican National Committee.

No one could solve it, so it went to the National Education Association and then to MIT.

Kerry sent it to Michael Dukakis who then sent it to Teddy Kennedy.

Bush sent his to the CIA & DIA, which couldn't figure it out either.

Eventually they both asked Britain's MI6 for help. MI6 cabled back:

"Tell the President and the Presidential Hopeful that they are looking at the message upside down."

sparticle 11-09-2004 02:27 AM

Quote:

My take on religion goes like this.


At around 4, I was talking once to the Bink about God. I talked and talked and he stopped me, and looked at me funny and said, "What's this about God......you mean like in God Dammit?"

and I realized i had forgotten to tell him about a few things.



-- Aud

Smartypants 11-09-2004 05:18 AM

http://www.fvckthesouth.com <--- change the v to u for a workable link. :p

RuneT 11-09-2004 09:27 AM

Ahahahahaa Smartypants. Beale's gonna love this...

malarkey 11-09-2004 09:58 AM

something that made me laugh not today but yesterday is when Blake was serving a customer and he was taking their order and suddenly one of the other servers came up behind him and they pull the string on his apron and it fell down but Blake had forgot his belt and the other server didn't know that he was using the string to keep his pants up too! so his pants fell down!!!

Spicy Jack 11-09-2004 06:02 PM

maybe not today..but saturday....

A Prairie Home Companion / NPR

Cowboys

Quote:

SS: All we need to do is stay put where we are. Here in the red states.

RB: Right here in Utah.

TR: That's as red as it gets.

RB: The day Utah goes Democratic is the day George Bush eats snails.

SS: You got your red states all over the middle of the country, and the blue states mostly on the coasts. Global warming is going to take care of that. We melt the ice cap and raise the ocean level, and we'll be able to unite the country at last. Massachusetts will be one big lobster bed.

GK: What about Texas? That's on the ocean too.

TR: We'll build dikes.

SS: What'd you say?

GK: He said we'll put up levees.

trisherina 11-09-2004 07:28 PM

"I am not, I regret to say, a discreet and fetching sleeper. Most people when they nod off look as if they could do with a blanket; I look as if I could do with medical attention. I sleep as if injected with a powerful experimental muscle relaxant. My legs fall open in a grotesque come-hither manner; my knuckles brush the floor. Whatever is inside -- tongue, uvula, moist bubbles of intestinal air -- decides to leak out. From time to time, like one of those nodding-duck toys, my head tips forward to empty a quart or so of viscous drool onto my lap, then falls back to begin loading again with a noise like a toilet cistern filling. And I snore, hugely and helplessly, like a cartoon character, with rubbery flapping lips and prolonged steam-valve exhalations. For long periods I grow unnaturally still, in a way that inclines onlookers to exchange glances and lean forward in concern, then dramatically I stiffen and, after a tantalizing pause, begin to bounce and jostle in a series of whole-body spasms of the sort that bring to mind an electric chair when the switch is thrown. Then I shriek once or twice in a piercing and effeminate mannerand wake up to find that all motion within five hundred feet has stopped and all children under eight are clutching their mothers' hems. It is a terrible burden to bear."

-- Bill Bryson, In a Sunburned Country

madasacutsnake 11-09-2004 11:00 PM

What's with the aus lit lately?


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