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    An unemployed man is desperate to support his family of a wife and three kids. He applies for a janitor's job at a large firm and easily passes an aptitude test.
    The human resources manager tells him, "You will be hired at minimum wage of $5.35 an hour. Let me have your e-mail address so that we can get you in the loop. Our system will automatically e-mail you all the forms and advise you when to start and where to report on your first day."
    Taken back, the man protests that he is poor and has neither a computer nor an e-mail address. To this the manager replies, "You must understand that to a company like ours that means that you virtually do not exist. Without an e-mail address or internet access you can hardly expect to be employed by a high-tech firm. Good day."
    Stunned, the man leaves. Not knowing where to turn and having $10 in his wallet, he walks past a farmers' market and sees a stand selling 25 lb. crates of beautiful red tomatoes. He buys a more...

    Good Manners

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    Little Johnny's Good Manners! During class, a teacher asked the boys the following question: "If you were on a date having dinner with a nice young lady, how would you tell her that you have to go to the restroom?"

    A boy named Michael raised his hand first and said, "I would tell her, just a minute, I have to go pee really quick, I'll be right back!" "That would be very rude and impolite," the teacher responded.

    Next a boy named Peter raised his hand and said, "Excuse me, but I really need to go to the bathroom. I'll be right back." "That's better, but it's still not very nice to say the word bathroom at the dinner table," replied the teacher.

    Then, little Johnny raised his hand and said, "I would say darling, may I please be excused for a moment? I have to shake hands with a very dear friend of mine, whom I hope you'll get to meet after dinner!" The teacher fainted.

    That's Nice

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    Two Southern belles, one of whom was from Texas, were seated on the porch swing of a large white-pillared mansion talking. The first woman, who was not from Texas, said, "When my first child was born, my husband had this beautiful mansion built for me."
    "That's nice," commented the lady from Texas.
    "When my second child was born," the first woman continued, "he bought me that fine Cadillac automobile you see parked in the drive."
    Again, the lady from Texas commented, "That's nice."
    "Then, when my third child was born," boasted the first woman, "he bought me this very exquisite diamond and emerald bracelet."
    Once more, the lady from Texas commented, "That's nice."
    "What did your husband buy for you when you had your first child?" asked the first woman.
    "My husband sent me to charm school," answered the lady from Texas.
    "Charm school!" exclaimed more...

    A Jewish father, Moisha, was beset by his eldest son Yitzak...
    "Father, I am going to marry!"
    His father begins to dance with joy and sing Hava Nagila... "Tell me, is she a good Jewish girl?" says the father. "What is her name?"
    "O'Brien" replies the son... "She's Catholic..."
    "Oy!" says the father... "But are you happy?"
    "I'm happy," says the son.
    "Ok...as long as you're happy... my blessings to you both," replies Moisha.
    But the father is still counting on his remaining sons, Schlemiel and Chutzpah...
    Schlemiel calls on his father the next evening, "Father... I too will be married soon!"
    Again, Moisha breaks out in a dance and sings God's praises...
    "What is her name," implores the father?
    "Kazalopodopolous," says the son. "She's Greek Orthodox..."
    "Oy," says Moisha... "But are you more...

    I thought it would be a nice idea to bring a date to my parents'
    house on Christmas Eve. I thought it would be interesting for a
    non-Italian girl to see how an Italian family spends the holidays.
    I thought my mother and by date would hit it off like partridges
    and pear trees.

    So, I was wrong.

    Sue me.

    I had only known Karen for three weeks when I extended the
    invitation. "I know these family things can be a little weird," I
    told her, "but my folks are great, and we always have a lot of fun
    on Christmas Eve."

    "Sounds fine to me," Karen said.

    I had only known by mother for 31 years when I told her I'd be
    bringing Karen with me. "She's a very nice girl and she's really
    looking forward to meeting all of you."

    "Sounds fine to me," my mother said.

    And that was that. Two telephone calls. Two sounds-fine-to-me's.
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