A guy was cleaning and repairing a giant auger when suddenly it started
to move. He was caught and by the time help arrived, his left arm and
leg had been hopelessly crushed and torn off. A couple days days later,
his boss came to visit him in the hospital.
"How are you doing?" he asked.
"I'm all right."
Don't try to worm your way out of this hole.
Personally, I have no mallets towards anyone.
Old timer is looking at tools at the local building supply store, he
picks up a hammer. " Don't make these like they used to," he tells the
salesman, " I've had the same one for over fifty years, just had to
replace the handle six times and the head twice."
Mikey left the furniture shop Friday afternoon and cashed his pay
check in the bar, it was a good check, he had worked a lot of
overtime, enough that he was able to party until Monday afternoon. He
went home to face his wife knowing that he would be in trouble.
All she said was, "How would you like it if you didn't see me for
With his mind still in a bit of a haze he replied, " That would suit
me just fine."
Tuesday came and he didn't see his wife, then Wednesday the same, by
Thursday he could just see her out of the corner of his left eye.
On 18 Dec 2009 02:42:44 GMT, the infamous Elrond Hubbard
Call a spade a spade, but the tone of this thread doesn't augur well.
Indifference to evidence: Climate alarmists have become brilliantly
adept at changing their terms to suit their convenience. So it's
"global warming" when there's a heat wave, but it's "climate change"
when there's a cold snap. The earth has registered no discernable
warming in the past 10 years: Very well then, they say, natural
variability must be the cause. But as for the warming that did occur
in the 1980s and 1990s, that plainly was evidence of man-made warming.
Am I missing something here? --Brett Stephens, WSJ Opinion 12/09/09
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