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Subject: The Sunday Morning Laughs #616c
         Date: 11/23/2008

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Subj:     Stunt Plane Loses Its Wing
          From: edapsmas
          on 10/30/2008
 Source: http://www.chilloutzone.de/files/08102703.html

 This is incredible video footage of a stunt plane that 
 lost its right wing.  It's the craziest landing I've 
 ever seen.  Click below to see this impossible landing.


 Snopes.com says that this video is probably a fake.
 You can read their report by clicking


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Subj:     Turkey Shoot - Game
          From: tom and gattica30
          on 11/20/2008
 Source: http://www.southbank-design.co.uk/turkeyshoot/index.htm

 Decide how much you will drink before you go on a turkey shoot
 and then test your shooting skills.  You can play this cute
 game at the above source, or on my web site by clicking below.


 The game plays best at the above source.

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Subj:     Switchman Test For Train Yard
          From:LABLaughsClean on 10/21/2004

 A guy named Pete gets a job as a switchman with the railroad,
 and undergoes weeks of training.  The supervisor then takes
 him into the switch booth to test his readiness.  The following
 exchange takes place:

 Supervisor: "Imagine you were sitting here alone and you
 learned there was a train coming from the North on that track,
 and another coming from the South on the same track.  What
 would you do?"

 Pete: "I'd throw this switch right here and put one train on
 the other track."

 Supervisor: And what if that switch didn't work?"

 Pete: "I'd go down to the track and throw that big switchlever
 there, putting one train on the other track."

 Supervisor: "And what if that switchlever didn't work?"

 Pete: "Then I'd come back here and call the dispatcher to
 stop both trains."

 Supervisor: "And what if the phone didn't work?"

 Pete: "Then I'd go to that gas station across the street
 and use their phone."

 Supervisor: "And what if their phone didn't work?"

 Pete: "Then I'd go get Uncle Joe."

 Supervisor: "Uncle Joe??? What would he do?"

 Pete: "Nothing, but he ain't never seen a train wreck."

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Subj:     Classic Peanuts Comic Strip
          by Charles Schulz
          From: WashingtonPost.com on 10/5/2008
 Source: http://members.comics.com/members/common

 In this Classic Peanuts, Lucy reads Linus the story of 
 Goldilocks.  Click below to read this comic strip.


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Subj:     Winnie The Pooh Comic Strip
          by Disney on 10/28/2008
Drawing from MixNMojo0.tripod.com
 Source: http://www.creators.com/today-comics.html

 In this comic strip Tigger goes to "Pooh's Thotful Spot". 
 Click below to read this cute cartoon


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Subj:     Blonde At A Football Game
          From: coreymac on 9/11/2002
      and From: tom on 10/27/2008

 A guy took his blonde girlfriend to a football game for
 the first time.  After the game he asked his girlfriend
 how she liked the game.  "Oh,  I really liked it," she
 said, "but I just couldn't understand why they were
 killing each other for 25 cents."

 "What on earth do you mean???"

 "Well I saw them flip a coin and one team got it and then
 for the rest of the game all they kept screaming was: Get
 the quarter back!  Get the quarter back!"

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Subj:     Bosses Order Workers to Hide Tattoos
          From: USA Today and News.AOL.com on 10/31/2008
 Source: http://news.aol.com/article/cover-up

 Cities and school districts across the country are forcing
 their employees to cover up tattoos if they want to keep
 their jobs.  The edicts have been issued to maintain a good
 image, say the communities, and they have been applied to
 teachers, janitors, firefighters and others.
 "We didn't want to offend some people in
 the community," says Capt. Armando Hogan,
 spokesman for the Los Angeles City Fire
 Department, where employees were ordered
 last spring to cover all tattoos while on
 duty. "I have been on drills and on scene
 where someone has said, 'I wouldn't want
 that person working on me,' and we've had
 to educate the individual who made the

 Among the cities:

 • Bountiful, Utah, decided in August that new employees
   must not show any tattoos.
 • The Pasco County School Board in Florida has ordered
   employees to hide "offensive" tattoos.
 • In Missouri, the Joplin School Board will vote on a
   no-visible-tattoo policy this year.
 The orders to cover up have been growing as tattoos become
 more popular, especially tattoos on the face, neck, hands
 and fingers. Some workers feel the policy is unfair.

 "We don't allow discrimination based on skin color, yet
 we came up with a policy that discriminated against people
 with color on their skin," says Steve Tufts, president of
 the United Firefighters of Los Angeles City.

 Joplin Schools Superintendent C.J. Huff says students are
 getting teaching degrees, getting tattoos, and then applying
 for jobs.  "We're saying before you get a tattoo, you have
 to think about how big it is and where it's located before
 you think about getting a job in our school district," he
The rule in Bountiful was passed after
applicants with hard-to-conceal tattoos
showed up for interviews for jobs in the
police, streets and sanitation departments.
City Manager Tom Hardy says city leaders
had to decide: "Either we're going to do
nothing about it, or we're going to do
something about it."

Photo from CalGarySun.com

 In each community, officials cite the exploding popularity
 of tattoos.  Bob Baxter, editor in chief of Skin & Ink
 magazine, agrees with the restrictive policies.  Baxter
 says neck and face tattoos used to appear only on heavily
 tattooed people who ran out of space.  "What's happening
 (now) is that a lot of young people figure that the best
 way to show that 'I'm in the tattoo community' is to get
 tattoos in very conspicuous places," Baxter says. "I don't
 think it's a good idea. It's hard to get work."

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Subj:     Eric Allie Political Cartoon
          by Eric Allie
          From: Townhall.com on 11/1/2008
 Source: http://townhall.com/cartoons/cartoonist/EricAllie/2008/11/1

 Click below to see this political cartoon.


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     by John Graziano
     From: Comics.com on 10/30/2008
 Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html

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Subj:     The Vanilla Pudding Robbery
          From: hellgunner50 on 10/28/2008 

 This is just too funny not to share. Excerpted from an 
 article which appeared in The Dublin Times about a bank 
 robbery on March 2. 

 Once inside the bank shortly after midnight, their efforts 
 at disabling the security system got underway immediately. 
 The robbers, who expected to find one or two large safes 
 filled with cash &valuables, were surprised to see hundreds 
 of smaller safes throughout the bank. 

 The robbers cracked the first safe's combination, and 
 inside they found only a small bowl of vanilla pudding. 

 As recorded on the bank's audio tape system, one robber 
 said, 'At least we'll have a bit to eat.' 

 The robbers opened up a second safe, and it also contained 
 nothing but vanilla pudding.  The process continued until 
 all safes were opened. 

 They did not find one euro, a diamond, or an ounce of gold. 
 Instead, all the safes contained covered bowls of pudding. 

 Disappointed, the robbers made a quiet exit, each leaving 
 with nothing more than a queasy, uncomfortably full stomach. 
 The newspaper headline read: 


 This is an Urban Legend as confirmed by Snopes.com at 

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Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Circles On A Square
          by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell
          From the book "IQ Test" on 10/27/2008
             Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc.
             387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y.
             Test #9, Problem #9, Page 154

 How many more circles of the same size as the one already 
 placed above will completely cover the square? 

 Click below to see the larger drawing, and the solution.


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Subj:     Bidding With A Distributional Hand 
          From: BridgeClues.com on 10/27/2008
Drawing from ArtZooks.com

 This wonderful web site has daily problems if you click on 
 the bidding drop down menu.  Today's hand #2180 discusses 
 bidding over an opponent’s weak two opener.  Click below
 to see this bridge problem.


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