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    Stop Sign

    Hot 7 months ago

    A policeman pulled over a car, walked up to the driver's window, and asked the man if he knew why he was pulled over."No," the man replied."You failed to stop at the stop sign," the cop explained."But I did slow down!" the guy argued.
    The cop shook his head. "You are required to stop. That's why they're called stop signs."
    The man started to get belligerent. "Stop, slow down -- what's the difference?"The cop pulled out his baton. "I can show you. I'm going to start hitting you with my baton. You tell me if you want me to stop or slow down."


    Hot 7 months ago

    I didn't mean to agitate the police officer. Water balloons are good fun, but he had to get all mad. Then he grabbed that metal baton thingy. That's a lot less fun than a water balloon. I even said "think fast!" He didn't say that to me when he used the baton on my face.

    Singing Tree Tattles On Burglar Suspects
    BATON ROUGE, La. (Reuters) - A singing Christmas tree tattled on two teenage
    burglary suspects in Louisiana, leaving the boys with backsides full of
    buckshot rather than handfuls of loot, police said Tuesday.
    Businessman Leon Wilson, Sr., 59, had been robbed twice last week, so he
    started sleeping in his store Friday night and set up a makeshift burglar
    alarm - a motion-activated toy Christmas tree his wife had perched near the
    store's cash register. Wilson said the toy annoyed him everytime someone
    walked by.
    When motion is detected, the tree's eyes pop open, its mouth moves and it
    calls out "Merry Christmas, Everybody!" before singing "Jingle Bells." Wilson
    set up the toy near the door and stretched out on a couch in the back.
    Early Monday morning, the singing Christmas tree went off and he spotted two
    burglars near the cash register, armed with a crowbar they allegedly more...

    Did you hear about the Baton Rouge bride who cancelled the wedding when she heard her friends were planning to give her a shower?

    Quite a number of years ago, the Seattle Symphony was doing Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 under the baton of Milton Katims. Now at this point, you must understand two things:
    1. There's a quite long segment in this symphony where the basses don't have a thing to do. Not a single note for page after page.
    2. There used to be a tavern called Dez's 400, right across the street from the Seattle Opera House, rather favored by local musicians.

    It had been decided that during this performance, once the bass players had played their parts in the opening of the symphony, they were to quietly lay down their instruments and leave the stage, rather than sit on thier stools looking and feeling dumb for twenty minutes.
    Once they got backstage, someone suggested that they trot across the street and quaff a few brews. When they got there, a European nobleman recognized that they were musicians, and bought them several rounds of drinks. Two of the bassists passed out, and the more...

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