Offensive Jokes

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    Why did the Jews' house get destroyed by termites ?
    They did not call the exterminators!

    - It is illegal to lie down and fall asleep in a cheese factory.
    - Movies that show police officers being struck, beaten, or treated in an offensive manner are forbidden.
    - If there are more than 5 Native Americans on your property you may shoot them.
    - Spearfish: If three or more Indians are walking down the street together, they can be considered a war party and fired upon.

    Q. What does a black boy get for Christmas?
    A. Your Bike.

    Michigan's Secretary of State is under fire for recalling a "vanity" auto license plate that was deemed offensive.
    The plate reads "4 RU486", a reference to the "French" abortion-inducing drug. Critics of the action point out that other vanity plates which could be considered offensive, such as CAL-GIRL, GSPOT, HORNY, HUMP, I124Q, JUGS and NADS, have not been recalled.
    Then there's Theresa Watt; she's had her name on her plate for 20 years: TWATT.
    A state spokeswoman said that 4 RU486 was recalled under the "illegal activity or substance" portion of the license plate law, but the critics retort that neither RU486 nor abortion is illegal. (AP)
    ... Nor is it illegal to be horny, to have a G-spot.

    Lake County, Minn.
    Residents of Lake Coubnty, Minn. are thumbing their noses at a Minnesota state law mandating that they rename Squaw Creek and Squaw Bay to something less offensive.
    Many of the state's 55,000 American Indians find the the word "squaw" historically used to describe an American Indian woman, to be an obscenity, according to a story in the New York Times.
    Other Minnesota counties complied with the renaming law. Squaw was removed from the names of 19 sites - creeks ponds, and lakes, etc,
    Not Lake County. They said there is nothing offensive in the term "squaw". The issue, they said, is whether local representation will rule or state bureaucracy.
    Meanwhile in protest, they offered to rename the bodies of water Politically Correct Creek and Politically Correct Bay.
    Source: Houston Chronicle

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