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> >Subject: Nursery Rhymes
> >
> >
> >> Mary had a little lamb
> >> Her father shot it dead.
> >> Now it goes to school with her,
> >> between two hunks of bread.
> >>
> >> Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet,
> >> her clothes all tattered and torn.
> >> It wasn't the spider
> >> that crept up beside her,
> >> But Little Boy Blue and his horn.
> >>
> >> Simple Simon met a pieman, going to the fair.
> >> Said Simple Simon to the Pieman,
> >> What have you got there?
> >> Said the Pieman to Simple Simon,
> >> Pies, you dickhead.
> >>
> >> Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
> >> Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
> >> All the kings horses and all the kings men,
> >> said "Screw this, He's only an egg."
> >>
> >> Mary had a little lamb
> >> It ran into a pylon.
> >> 10,000 volts went up it's ass
> >> and turned it's wool to nylon
> >>
> >> Georgie Porgy
> >> pudding and pie.
> >> Kissed the girls and made them cry.
> >> When the boys came out to play,
> >> He kissed them too, cause he was gay.
> >>
> >> Jack and Jill
> >> Went up the hill
> >> to have a little fun.
> >> Jill, that dill
> >> Forgot her pill
> >> and now they have a son.
> >>
> >> Old Mother Hubbard
> >> Went to the cupboard
> >> to fetch her poor dog a bone.
> >> When she bent over
> >> Rover took over,
> >> And gave her a bone of his own.
> >>
> >> Little Boy Blew.
> >> Hey! He needed the Money.
> >>
> >>

> During taxi, the crew of a US AIR departure flight to
> Ft. Lauderdale made a wrong turn and came nose to nose
> with a United 727.  The irate ground controller (a
> female) screamed, "US Air 2771, where are you going? 
> I told you to turn right on "Charlie" taxiway; you
> turned right on "Delta.  Stop right there! I know it's
> difficult to tell the difference between C's & D's,
> but 
> get it right!" 
> Continuing her lashing to the embarrassed crew, she
> was now shouting hysterically, "God, you've screwed
> everything up; it'll take forever to sort this out. 
> You stay right there and don't move until I tell you
> to!  Then, I want you to go exactly where I tell you,
> when I tell you, and how I tell you. You got that, US 
> Air 2771?" 
> The humbled crew responded, "Yes, Ma'am."  The ground 
> control frequency went terribly silent; no one wanted
> to engage the irate ground controller in her current
> state.  Tension in every cockpit at LGA was running
> high. 
> Then an unknown male pilot broke the silence and
> asked, 
> "Wasn't I married to you once?" 

> The National Transportation Safety Board recently
> divulged they had covertly funded a project with the
> US auto makers for the past five years, whereby the
> auto makers were installing black boxes in four-wheel
> drive trucks in an effort to determine, in fatal
> accidents, the circumstances in the last 15 seconds
> before the crash.
> They were surprised to find in 45 of the 50 states the
> last words of drivers in 61.2 percent of fatal crashes
> were, "Oh, My God!"
> Only the states of Texas, Alabama, North Carolina,
> West Virginia, and Florida were different, where 89.3
> percent of the final words were, "Hold my beer and
> watch this."

Morris the jeweler called the police station to 
report a robbery.

"You'll never believe what happened, Officer. A 
truck backed up
to my store, the doors opened and an elephant 
came out.
He broke my plate glass window, stuck his trunk 
in, sucked up
all the jewelry and climbed back into the truck. 
The doors closed
and the truck pulled away."

The desk sergeant said, "Could you tell me, for 
identification purposes,
whether it was an Indian elephant or an African 

"What's the difference?" asked Morris. "Well," 
said the sergeant,
"an African elephant has great big ears and an 
Indian elephant
has little ears."

"Come to think of it, I couldn't see his ears," 
said the jeweler.
...."He had a stocking over his head."

This bloke is driving along when he spots a 
fortune-teller's tent by
the side of the road. The fortune-teller is 
sitting outside smiling and
laughing. The bloke just drives past, but after a 
couple of miles he
spins his car around and speeds back towards the 
tent. He pulls up by
the still laughing fortune-teller, jumps out of 
his car and suddenly
begins hitting and slapping her. A passing police 
officer sees
everything and comes over and wrestles the bloke 
to the ground.

After handcuffing him, the policeman asks, "What 
did you do that for?"

After a moment, the bloke replies, "Well, Mother
always said to strike a happy medium."

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back and forth to the same superstitious dorks for about 20 years. This 
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96 hours. 

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the following: 

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