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Subject: The Sunday Morning Laughs #605b
         Date: 9/7/2008

Subj:     Great TV Cowboys
          From: darrellvip
          on 8/11/2008
 Source: http://www.greatdanepro.com/Western%20Stars/index.htm

 This wonderful, 6,800 KB movie reviews all the main cowboys 
 who appeared on TV and in movies.  You can view it at the 
 above source, or on my web site by clicking below.


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Subj:     Defence Attorney Vs Doctor
          From: Playboy February 1997 
      and From: Imogenelumen on 8/25/2003

 This was taken from the Alameda County District Attorney's 
 Office publication "The Point of View". 

 In a murder trial, the defense attorney was cross-examining 
 a pathologist.  Here's what happened: 

 As he cross-examined the coroner, the defense attorney asked, 
 "Before you signed the death certificate, had you taken the 
 man's pulse?" 

 "No," the coroner replied. 

 "Did you listen to the heart?" 


 "Oh? Did you check for breathing?" 


 "So when you signed the death certificate," the attorney 
 asked with a smirk, "you had not taken any steps to make 
 sure the man was dead, had you? 

 "Let me put it this way," the badgered corner replied. 
 "The man's brain was sitting in a jar on my desk.  But," 
 he added, "I guess that he could still be out there 
 practicing law somewhere." 

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Subj:     The Wishing Well
          From: darrellvip on 8/7/2008

 This short Benny Hill movie is cute.  You can view 
 it on my web site by clicking below.


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Subj:    Wanting Sex At Night

 One night, as a couple lay down for bed, the husband gently
 taps his wife on the shoulder and starts rubbing her arm.
 The wife turns over and says "I'm sorry honey, I've got a
 gynecologist appointment tomorrow and I want to stay fresh."

 The husband, rejected, turns over and tries to sleep.  A few
 minutes later, he rolls back over and taps his wife again.
 This time he whispers in her ear, "Do you have a dentist
 appointment tomorrow too?"

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Subj:     Mother Goose Comic Strip
          By Mike Peters
          From: Grimmy.com on 8/7/2008
 Source: http://www.grimmy.com/comics.php

 This comic strip deals with the Ten Commandments. 
 You can view it on my web site by clicking below.


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Subj:     Boy Chokes In Restaurant
          From: pns on 11/11/2002
      and From: ginafm on 8/5/2008

 A father walks into a restaurant with his young son.  He
 gives the young boy 3 nickels to play with to keep him
 occupied.  Suddenly, the boy starts choking, going blue
 in the face.  The father realizes the boy has swallowed
 the nickels and starts slapping him on the back.  The boy
 coughs up 2 of the nickels, but keeps choking.  Looking
 at his son, the father is panicking, shouting for help. 

 A well dressed, attractive, and serious looking woman, in
 a blue business suit is sitting at a coffee bar reading a
 newspaper and sipping a cup of coffee.  At the sound of
 the commotion, she looks up, puts her coffee cup down,
 neatly folds the newspaper and places it on the counter,
 gets up from her seat and makes her way, unhurried, across
 the restaurant. 

 Reaching the boy, the woman carefully drops his pants;
 takes hold of the boy's testicles and starts to squeeze
 and twist, gently at first and then ever so firmly.  After
 a few seconds the boy convulses violently and coughs up
 the last nickel, which the woman deftly catches in her
 free hand. 

 Releasing the boy's testicles, the woman hands the nickel
 to the father and walks back to her seat in the coffee
 bar without saying a word. 

 As soon as he is sure that his son has suffered no ill
 effects, the father rushes over to the woman and starts
 thanking her saying, "I've never seen anybody do anything
 like that before, it was fantastic. Are you a doctor?" 

 "No," the woman replied. "Divorce attorney."

 (cum grano salis)

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Subj:     Opus Comic Strip II
          By Berkeley Breathed Sept. 30, 2007 
          From: Salon.com on 8/7/2008 
 Source: http://www.salon.com/comics/opus/2007/09/30/opus/

 In this Opus Comic Strip, they discuss bathroom signals. 
 You can view it at the above source, or on my web site by 
 clicking below.


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Subj:     Famous Men

 Did you know who in 1923 was:
 1. president of the largest steel company?
 2. President of the largest gas company?
 3. President of the New York Stock Exchange?
 4. Greatest wheat speculator?
 5. President of the Bank of International Settlement?
 6. Great Bear of Wall Street?

 These men should have been considered some of the world's most
 successful men.  At least they found the secret of making money.
 Now more then 55 years later, do you know what has become of
 these men?

 1. The President of the largest steel company, Charles Schwab,
    died a pauper.
 2. The President of the largest gas company, Edward Hopson,
    is insane.
 3. The President of the N.Y.S.E., Richard Whitney, was released
    from prison to die at home.
 4. The greatest wheat speculator, Arthur Cooger, died abroad,
 5. The President of the Bank of International Settlement shot
 6. The Great Bear of Wall Street, Cosabee Rivermore, died of

 The same year, 1923, the winner of the most important golf
 championship, Gene Sarazan, won the U.S. Open and PGA
 Tournaments.  Today he is still playing golf and is solvent.


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Subj:     Puzzle - Hidden Message
          From the book
            Optical Illusions, page 243 
            by Keith Kay 
            Published by 
            Sterking Publishing Company, Inc., 1997
              387 Park Avenue South, 
              New York, N.Y. 10016

 Can you find the hidden message in the drawing.  Click below 
 to see the larger drawing, hints, and solution.


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Subj:     Short Jokes That Made Me Laugh Or Smile

From: LABLaughsClean on 8/11/08

 "Every man's work, whether it be literature or music
  or pictures or architecture or anything else, is
  always a portrait of himself."  -- Samuel Butler

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Calvin and Hobbes from