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Laughter is the best medicine. Humor heals. However you want to say it, a good chuckle, laugh, guffaw, chortle or snicker really can turn someone's mood from bad to better.
Here's a laughter lesson. Ready?
Lesson One: (repeat after me) HA!
Lesson Two: (repeat after me) HA! HA!
Lesson Three: (repeat after me) HA! HA! HA!
Lesson Four: (repeat after me) HA! HA! HA! HA!
Try doing the above without genuinely laughing at some point.
Please submit your jokes. Keep them clean. Think Readers Digest except we don't give you any money.
Jokes will be categorized according to dates. Roughly once a week I will be posting changes to this site and I will list jokes chronologically so if you want to come back and see what's new, just remember the last date.
Squirrel goes on rampage, injures 3
BERLIN (Reuters) - An aggressive squirrel attacked and injured three people in a German town before a 72-year-old pensioner dispatched the rampaging animal with his crutch.
The squirrel first ran into a house in the southern town of Passau, leapt from behind on a 70-year-old woman, and sank its teeth into her hand, a local police spokesman said Thursday.
With the squirrel still hanging from her hand, the woman ran onto the street in panic, where she managed to shake it off.
The animal then entered a building site and jumped on a construction worker, injuring him on the hand and arm, before he managed to fight it off with a measuring pole.
"After that, the squirrel went into the 72-year-old man's garden and massively attacked him on the arms, hand and thigh," the spokesman said. "Then he killed it with his crutch."
The spokesman said experts thought the attack may have been linked to the mating season or because the squirrel was ill.
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The Royal Bank of Scotland, like other banks in the U.K., is widely criticized for charging onerous fees to customers who make mistakes on their account, such as overdrafts or late payments (levying charges of many times the actual costs of handling the mistakes). Customer Declan Purcell of East London sued the bank over the excessive fees and won a default judgment when the bank failed to respond. Armed with a court order entitling him to the equivalent of $6,600, Purcell led bailiffs into a Royal Bank branch lobby in January to seize four computers, two fax machines and cash. [This Is London, 1-19-07]
Denver International Airport was reputed to be an "all-weather" facility that would operate seamlessly in a blizzard, but when it failed during the January snowstorms (closed for 45 hours), an embarrassed airport spokesman, Chuck Cannon, admitted he'd like "to choke the person who came up with (the 'all-weather') term." The Associated Press then discovered a 1992 interview with Chuck Cannon, bragging to reporters about his new "all-weather" airport. [Rocky Mountain News, 12-28-06]
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