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Awww, bummer.
08/Dec/09 3:22 AM
your thinking needs to be a bit more lateral Keith!
08/Dec/09 3:30 AM
08/Dec/09 3:34 AM
getting warmer!
08/Dec/09 3:41 AM
Good afternoon to all! A chocolate milk producer....
08/Dec/09 3:49 AM
It was the day after Christmas at a church in San Francisco. The pastor of the church was looking over the cradle when he noticed that the baby Jesus was missing from among the figures. Immediately he turned and went outside and saw a little boy with a red wagon, and in the wagon was the figure of More...
08/Dec/09 3:52 AM
Awwwww. That's cute.
08/Dec/09 3:58 AM
Miss Ineptness, try to find heavier wrapping paper. It's easier to use.
But, really, who cares? They're just going to tear it off anyway
08/Dec/09 4:00 AM

Use the full-color comics from the Sunday paper.

They make great wrapping paper.

08/Dec/09 4:05 AM
Papers, Sunday ones or otherwise, are a rare thing in France and they definitely don't have comics in them! And Kathy, I know - if I wasn't such a cheap skate with the wrapping paper, life would be so much easier!
08/Dec/09 4:09 AM
I tip my toque off to Shiela ... the snow flurries have arrived! Just got the geraniums in the compost bin and a few flakes appeared. Now they're falling fast and furious. (That's quite an effing paragraph ...)
08/Dec/09 4:44 AM
The new priest is nervous about hearing confessions, so he asks the older priest to sit in on his sessions. He is trying so hard to be attentive and interested and efficient in his job.
The new priest hears a couple of confessions. Then the old priest asks him to step out of the confessional More...
08/Dec/09 4:51 AM
flurries, flakes falling fast and furious....very descriptive, Cathy!
08/Dec/09 4:52 AM
Oh Greg! That is a great story about the boy and his wagon with Faith in it. Thanks!!!
08/Dec/09 5:23 AM
I still have a dusting of snow in my yard from a few days ago.

Fiona - I am not a great gift wrapper either. I do the best I can and when my husband offers to help I gladly accept it!!!!
08/Dec/09 5:25 AM
This could be one of my calves, but isn't.
08/Dec/09 5:38 AM

2.22, rather early in the day...

08/Dec/09 8:00 AM

Shortly after a British Airways flight had reached its cruising altitude, the captain announced:
“Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your Captain. Welcome to Flight 293, non-stop from London Heathrow to Toronto. The weather ahead is good, so we should have a More...
08/Dec/09 8:23 AM
Good laughs, CG! 'Tis the season for the church humour, I guess!
Kathy, I'm fresh out of effs.
08/Dec/09 8:26 AM
Brown cow, or baby buffalo? I'm thinking maybe buffalo (American bison)
08/Dec/09 8:42 AM
I was thinking the same thing, Karen. His coat is very thick. Heidi, do newborn calves have that type of coat?
08/Dec/09 8:54 AM
Good morning all.
Awww - how cute!
Greg - loved the red wagon story.
Fiona - don't mention wrapping gifts - that's my lot for the day. Got to get them all sorted, wrapped and under the tree or put away hidden in Santa sacks for the grandies.
Happy Birthday NCTee.
Have a nice day all.
08/Dec/09 9:40 AM
Its a cold and rainy day in Melbourne today. What happened to summer!! Wish i was still in bed. Cute pic today
08/Dec/09 9:45 AM

Rayray, my friend...

I'm just curious. You posted

One Irish passenger yelled,
“Be jezis! You should see the back of mine!”

Would you ever have posted

One Jewish passenger yelled,
"Oy vey! You should see the back of mine!"

If not, why not?

08/Dec/09 9:51 AM
Kylz, you need to move to Brisbane. It's nearly 30C here already at 9am.
08/Dec/09 10:05 AM
Ian: You'd better ask the Irish comedian who told the joke recently during a TV stand-up comedy show.
08/Dec/09 10:49 AM
I thought it should have been Italian as all the coward jokes were Italian when I was a boy. Generations ago.
Q Thinnest book in Rome Library?
A Book of Italian War Heros

Q What was the fastest gear on an Italian tank.
B Reverse

You can see that wasn't long after WWII.
08/Dec/09 10:53 AM
That another interesting development.
Why can you make jokes about your own "group" and its okay but if anyone else did it would be politically incorrect.
We have a very funny guy in Australia called Steady Eddie who has Parkinsons Disease. He can tell disabled jokes, no one else More...
08/Dec/09 10:57 AM
On the other hand, I'm obese and people make fat jokes all the time. At the present time it seems to be pick on a fatty. I suppose if I'm truthful I do find some of it hurtful even if I laugh.
08/Dec/09 11:00 AM

Saylz, thanks. I've been trying to engender a thoughtful discussion about this subject and you are the only one who has responded analytically and perceptively, rather than defensively or in a hostile fashion.

08/Dec/09 11:06 AM
Kylz, it's raining in Bendigo too, but I just think back to those frighteningly hot early November days and decide to make the most of the cool conditions.
Regarding jokes that can be considered racist, sexist, etc - in many cases there is actually no need to mention race or gender for the joke More...
08/Dec/09 11:14 AM

No, Rayray, the Irish comedian didn't post that joke here, you did. I asked you a very simple question, "would you have posted the same joke if the butt of your humor were Jewish." (Or black, for that matter.) You didn't answer.

08/Dec/09 11:16 AM

Judy, I think you're on the right track.

The reason we target certain ethnic groups in those 'jokes' is precisely we harbor, deep in the nastiness of our hearts, the belief that certain ethnic groups are characterized by certain traits. Irish are stupid drunks. Jews are conniving More...
08/Dec/09 11:26 AM

Sorry, "precisely because we harbor"

08/Dec/09 11:30 AM

Oh, and Judy....thanks for the info on the Bendigo Pottery. I bought a pair of their wine goblets on eBay, and I'm enjoying them right now. They're really nice.

[I did save a couple of dollars by having them sent by Seamail, which took 63 days. That was all right, it was like an unexpected present!]
08/Dec/09 11:48 AM
I was at the Bendigo Pottery in November's hot weather. I bought my sister's birthday present while I was there. She didn't even know there was a pottery in Bendigo! She did like her present though.
08/Dec/09 11:56 AM
2.09 No comment is necessary, cute is cute.
08/Dec/09 12:08 PM
The "bottle" kilns at the Bendigo pottery, while no longer used, are a tourist attraction. I saw them in use many years ago. These days I still make regular visits to the pottery to try to replace broken lids for the canisters that sit on my kitchen bench. Thre are a number of other small More...
08/Dec/09 12:10 PM

True enough, Judy, I suppose it depends on who is saying what to whom, the relationship, the context, and all that...

08/Dec/09 12:14 PM

Victoria, on the other hand, is unconcionably cruel. Can you imagine posting that you have made a pottery purchase without describing what it was, the shape, the size, the colors, the glaze....


08/Dec/09 12:16 PM
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