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Subject: The Sunday Morning Laughs #585
         Date: 4/20/2008

"He who laughs, lasts."
    -- Mary Pettibone Poole

The best jokes I receive each week are from you folks.
If you get a good joke please pass it on to me, I enjoy
a good laugh and it cut down the work.  If you don't get
you Sunday Laughs, or want a back issue, drop me a note.

Go to http://jokelibrary.net/a_joke_library.html
to read the great jokes you have sent me through the years.
Subj:     The Big Kite...Amazing
          From: darrellvip on 4/7/2008

 What these eighty-two skydivers accomplish in this movie seems 
 impossible.  Click below to see this amazing movie.


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Subj:     German Photographer's PowerPoint
          From: darrellvip on 4/7/2008

 This is why some photographers get paid more than others.
 You can view this 4,200 KB PowerPoint Show by clicking below.


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Subj:     Casablanca In A PowerPoint
          From: darrellvip on 4/6/2008

 This 4,100 KB PowerPoint Show will wisk you through this 
 wonderful movie.  Click below to view it on my site.


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Subj:     The Mississippi Squirrel Revival
          From: rfslick on 4/5/2008
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NsdF_sk7fQ

 This music video by Ray Stevens wonderfully funny.  You can 
 view it at the above source, or on my site by clicking below.


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Subj:     I Had A Drug Problem
          From: RFSlick on 11/8/2003 and 4/4/2008

 You can read this excellent letter by a senior citizen in a
 newspaper editorial on my web site by clicking below.


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Subj:     Celebrity Wax Figures
          From: AOL Music on 4/7/2008
 Source http://music.aol.com/photo-galleries/celebrity-wax-figures

 Records aren't the only things music stars immortalize in 
 wax.  Check out wax figure comparisons -- some creepy, some 
 downright uncanny! -- of Miley Cyrus, Beyonce and more. 
 You can view these 19 stars and wax figures at the above 
 source, or on my web site by clicking below.


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Subj:     Robert DeNiro On Saturday Night Live
          From: edapsmas on 4/8/2008

 This 2,400 LB movie is Robert DeNiro's appearance on 
 Saturday Night Live.  Click below to view it.


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Subj:     Dumb Golfers And Beer
          From: tom on 4/7/2008

 How many beers before you would make this movie? 
 Click below to see these dumb golfers.


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Subj:     Hitchcock's Elevator Story
          From: ossama on 99-02-15

 "Well, it was a quite shocking, I must say -- there was
 blood everywhere!" Alfred Hitchcock began suddenly from
 the rear of the elevator.  We were in the New York St.
 Regis Hotel, heading down to the lobby.  There was as
 light flush to his cheeks from the several frozen
 daiquiris he had just drunk in his suite.  The elevator
 had just stopped and 3 people dressed for the evening had
 joined us, and immediately Mr. Hitchcock had started to
 speak, sounding as though he were in mid-sentence and
 projecting in that careful and familiar TV tone of his.

 He went on, "There was as stream of blood coming from his
 ear and another from his mouth.

 The people had recognized him immediately, but now they
 seemed purposely to avoid looking at him.  He went right
 on, gazing beatifically ahead of him as the elevator
 stopped again and another well-dressed couple came aboard:
 "Of course, there was a huge pool of blood on the floor
 and his clothes were spattered with it -- Oh, it was a
 horrible mess."

 No one on the elevator, it seemed, was breathing.  "Blood
 all around!  Well, I looked at the poor man and I said,
 'Good God, What happened to you?'"  At that point the
 elevator doors opened onto the lobby, and Hitchcock said,
 "Do you know what he told me?" and then paused.  After a
 moment, and quite reluctantly, the other passengers moved
 out of the elevator and then looked back at the director
 as we walked away.

 After several foggy moments, I asked, "Well, what DID he
 say?" and Hitchcock smiled benevolently, taking my arm,
 and said, "Oh, nothing -- that's just my elevator story."

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Subj:     Another of Einstein's Theories
          From: LABLaughsAdult on 4/4/2008 

 Einstein was born March 14, 1879. He would be 128 if he 
 were alive today. Few people remember that the Nobel 
 Prize winner married his cousin, Elsa Lowenthal, after 
 his first marriage dissolved in 1919. At the time he 
 stated that he was attracted to Elsa because she was so 
 well endowed. He postulated that if you are attracted 
 to women with large breasts, the attraction is even
 stronger if there is a DNA connection. This came to be 
 know as....... 

 Einstein's Theory of 'Relative Titty' 

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Subj:    Puzzle - Puzzling Scales By Sam Loyd
         From the book 
           "More Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"
            Edited by Martin Gardner 
            From: Dover Publications in 1960 

 Sam Loyd gives us three balanced scales containing bottles, glasses, 
 pitchers, and plates.  You must determine how many glasses will 
 balance one bottle.  You can view this simple, elegant problem 
 on my web site by clicking below.


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Calvin and Hobbes from
Bozeman Public Schools