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Re: Clean, fun jokes... the tradition continues

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Few people know this but before the Apollo 11 mission NASA set up a restaurant on the moon for all the astronauts that were to come.
The food was great but there wasn't much atmosphere.
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chicagorandy wrote: Fri Nov 20, 2020 12:14 am Image

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Had to zoom the second picture to get it. :-D
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chicagorandy wrote: Fri Nov 20, 2020 12:14 am Image

And for the young'uns out there who are clueless, it's a famous comedy routine by Abbot and Costello called, "Who's on first." You can find it on Youtube.
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Why did the M&M go to school?
It wanted to be a Smartie.
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Some for the ladies:
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Butterfly Maiden wrote: Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:26 pm Some for the ladies:

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Some for the gentlemen:

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The first one... couldn't help laughing out loud! :lol:
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Who knew that bears were mathematically elegant?
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I'm told by reliable sources that people are getting a lot more responses on online dating sites now that they're all wearing masks for their profile pictures.
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What breed of dog can jump higher than buildings?
Any dog, because buildings can’t jump.
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Details matter ...
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Any metaphor will tear if stretched over too much reality.
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Why aren’t koalas actual bears?
They don’t meet the koalafications.
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120mm (4.75") F/900mm Fluorite ED Apochromatic Refractor .

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As Arthur C. Clarke has observed: ‘How inappropriate to call this planet Earth, when clearly it is Ocean.’



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A Great Book:
A woman walks into a large book store, and shortly after entering, a sales clerk approaches her. He then asks her; "What book has been the best help in your life time?" The woman thinks for a few seconds and responds; "My husband's checkbook."
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Monkey Business:
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According to:
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"Dinosaurs May Have Continued Dominating Earth If an Asteroid Hadn't Wiped Them Out."
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AntennaGuy wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 8:29 pm According to:
https://www.9news.com/video/tech/scienc ... 6a7253c159
"Dinosaurs May Have Continued Dominating Earth If an Asteroid Hadn't Wiped Them Out."
Sure. And... here is the scientific team's best guess of just what our lives would be like, if we were sharing the planet with them right now:

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One Million Years BC? How is this distinguishable from 2020? ;)
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I'm Smarter Than You Think:
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