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Subject: The Sunday Morning Laughs #614c
         Date: 11/9/2008

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Subj:     Worlds Biggest Combustion Engine
          From: darrellvip
          on 10/13/2008
 Source: http://www.vincelewis.net/bigengine.html

 The worlds biggest engine is the Wartsila-Sulzer RTA96-C. 
 It is a turbo charged two-stroke diesel engine and it is 
 the most powerful and efficient low revolution engine in 
 the world today.  These large engines are designed to 
 power the worlds super oil tankers and large container 
 ships.  You can read this excellent article at the above 
 source, or on my web site by clicking below.


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Subj:     Las Vegas...
          From: gattica30 on 10/13/2008
Photo from TheSuperFicial.com...

 This photo is cute.  Poetic justice is sweet. 
 Click below to view it.


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Subj:     Twins Born On The Fourth Of July
          From: LABLaughsClean on 10/16/2008

 A fellow and his wife living in Houston, Texas, where 
 the people are all patriots, were blessed with the birth 
 of twins, two identical girls.  These twins were born on 
 the 4th of July, and the father, being patriotic, said to 
 his wife, "We will name them Liberty and Justice, after 
 the pledge of allegiance". 

 His wife said, "Are you nuts?  You can't have girls going 
 through life with names like Liberty and Justice.  We are 
 going to name them regular girl's names like Mary or 

 Well, the argument went on for about a month, when a 
 compromise was reached.  They would each name one of the 
 girls.  The man chose Liberty and the wife picked 

 As the girls grew, they were so identical, they kept 
 pulling tricks on people who couldn't tell them apart. 
 Finally, when they were about 18, a young man took 
 interest in them.  He would take one out on a date but 
 he was never sure which one he was with. 

 He decided he would marry at least one of them, but he 
 was not sure which one he would marry. 

 He went to the girls father and explained his quandary. 

 "I love your daughters and want to marry one of them, but 
 I can't tell them apart, so I will leave it up to you... 

 Give me Liberty or give me Beth." 

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Subj:     Doonesbury Comic Strip
          By Garry Trudeau
          From: WashingtonPost.com on 11/5/2008
 Source: http://wpcomics.washingtonpost.com/client/wpc/db/

 The week Obama won the presidency, Doonesbury ran 
 these six comic strips.  Click below to read these
 very funny cartoons. 


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Subj:     Frank And Ernest Comic Strip
          by Bob Thaves 
          From: WashingtonPost.com on 10/16/2008
 Source: http://members.comics.com/members/common

 In this comic strip Bob Thaves discusses the path of least 
 resistance.  Click below to read this cute cartoon. 


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Subj:     Cold Chili
          From: Tom_Adams on 98-05-13 
      and From: darrellvip on 10/15/2008 

 A man enters a cafe and sits down.  He notices that the special 
 of the day is cold chili.  When the waitress comes to take his 
 order, he says, "I'll take the cold chili." 

 "I'm sorry, the gentlemen next to you got the last bowl," says 
 the waitress. 

 "Oh.  I'll just have coffee, then."  After a while the man notices 
 that the guy next to him who got the last bowl of cold chili is 
 finishing a rather large meal and the chili bowl is still full. 
 He asks, "Are you going to eat that?" 

 The other man replies, "No." 

 "Would you sell it to me?" 

 "You can have it for free if you want it."  So the man takes 
 the bowl of chili and begins to eat it.  When he gets about 
 half way through the bowl, he notices a dead mouse in the bowl 
 and barfs the chili back into the bowl. 

 The other man says sympathetically, "That's about as far as 
 I got.

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Subj:     Frazz Comic Strip
          by Jeff Mallett
          From: WashingtonPost.com on 10/12/2007
Drawing from Comics.com
 Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/frazz/archive/frazz-20081012.html

 From carpet stains to low voter turnout, Bryson Elementary School 
 janitor Edwin Frazier, known as “Frazz,” tackles every problem. 
 In this Sunday comic strip, Janitor Edwin Frazier explains the 
 difference between training, education, and school.  You can view 
 this wonderful comic strip at the above source, or on my web site 
 by clicking below.


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     by John Graziano
     From: Comics.com on 10/11/2008
 Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html
To find out which line

is longer click below


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Subj:     Slow Dance Poem
          by David L. Weatherford 
          From: hellgunner50 on 10/10/2008 
 Source: http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/medical/slowdance.asp

 Have you ever watched kids on a merry-go-round, 
 or listened to rain slapping the ground? 

 Ever followed a butterfly's erratic flight, 
 or gazed at the sun fading into the night? 

 You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
 time is short, the music won't last. 

 Do you run through each day on the fly, 
 when you ask "How are you?", do you hear the reply? 

 When the day is done, do you lie in your bed, 
 with the next hundred chores running through your head? 

 You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
 time is short, the music won't last. 

 Ever told your child, we'll do it tomorrow, 
 and in your haste, not see his sorrow? 

 Ever lost touch, let a friendship die, 
 'cause you never had time to call and say hi? 

 You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
 time is short, the music won't last. 

 When you run so fast to get somewhere, 
 you miss half the fun of getting there. 

 When you worry and hurry through your day, 
 it's like an unopened gift thrown away. 

 Life isn't a race, so take it slower, 
 hear the music before your song is over. 


 Please note the following information which was 
 verified by Snopes.com at the above source: 

 Slow Dance poem was written NOT by a "terminally ill 
 young girl in a New York Hospital" who wanted "as her 
 dying wish to send a letter telling everyone to live 
 their life to the fullest," but by David L. Weatherford, 
 an adult male child psychologist.

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Subj:     Facing A Difficult Decision
          From: BridgeClues.com on 10/16/2008
Drawing from ArtZooks.com...

 This wonderful web site has daily problems if you click on 
 the bidding drop down menu.  Today's hand #2157 discusses 
 facing a difficult decision.  Click below to see
 this bridge problem.


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