A Joke a Day Keeps The Boredom Away . . .

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Dang Marc, you gotta spread some of those out a little over the week. Too many at once to laugh at and then I end up forgetting them....

BTW, what is bubble tea????
 

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Dang Marc, you gotta spread some of those out a little over the week. Too many at once to laugh at and then I end up forgetting them....

BTW, what is bubble tea????
I been saving em as I see em all month long....ha

Bubble tea is a tea with milk and tapioca pearls. It's the new rage with my grandkid...(younger crowd) started in Taiwan.
It's not "my cup of tea"....lol
 

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@Mike Hill are you sure you were in Houston on Telephone Road...or is that just where you woke up?!?!? :sarcastic:
Couldn't - with my superior genes, sparkling intellect, weight, and haven eaten a lot, I was copacetic! Besides, we were being treated to a fine Eyetalian meal by one of the richest guys in Houston at the time. And how would that look if I lost it! One of the guys I was with was his nephew, and just happened to be in the same restaurant at the same time and he covered our bill!
 

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To the ancient Indian mathematician Brahmagupta who invented zero --- thanks for nothin', fella.
 

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Let me first state this is not a political or social rant in any way. The topic could be anything. It's the use of the acronym that is just plain humurous and silly. This was snapped from an article in today's paper. The acronym was used 6 times in a letter that covered about 1/4 page. At the rate it keeps growing, they'll need to invent new letters by 2025. Or they could just include heterosexual and those who "couldn't care less one way or the other as long as you act like a normal human being" and they'd pretty much cover the entire population I think.

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Let me first state this is not a political or social rant in any way. The topic could be anything. It's the use of the acronym that is just plain humurous and silly. This was snapped from an article in today's paper. The acronym was used 6 times in a letter that covered about 1/4 page. At the rate it keeps growing, they'll need to invent new letters by 2025. Or they could just include heterosexual and those who "couldn't care less one way or the other as long as you act like a normal human being" and they'd pretty much cover the entire population I think.

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I once sent my 40 year old son a news article that stated that in the U.S. there are now FIFTY different gender type pronouns. His woke response was, "Yeah. What's the issue"

FIFTY of them. Now, I'm an old guy and not very woke, but I mean, jeez ...
 
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