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Yeah, that pretty much sums up 2022 so far… The horror…

Oooooo, that had to hurt…

Maybe he can learn to code…

Believe in yourself…

I thought climate models were perfect…

Minorities, trans and minor attracted persons hardest hit…

Well, he couldn’t do worse…

I remember those golden days…

Now that wasn’t so hard, was it?

What Godzilla? What bicycle? What people?

That is crazy…

Next for CBS: confirmation King Tut had a condo made a stonea…

I’m sure Joe is hard at work on this…

The horror…

What’s that? Speak up…

Or reporters gazing on the latest political savior…

Yeah, it’s all our fault…hey!

They shoulda put in the trans players…

And thank goodness too…

Well, she has to have something to fall back on when Joe leaves to spend more time with family…

Yeah…hey!

And the wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round…

Must have been graduate-level hide and seekers…

Forbes sure was on top of this one…

Somehow, I don’t see him showing up for this gig…

Well, Disney provides loads of opportunities for groomers…

Maybe groomers and movie executives, but I repeat myself…

What Enterprise? What orange drink? What people? What windows?

And in the just because it’s ridiculously cute department…

Awwwwwwwww…

If you haven’t already, consider buying a copy of License To Kill. If you’re interested in how the police get it wrong, there is no better primer, and my 50 children need winter coats and boots.  It’s 50 miles to school, uphill both ways—over broken glass, naked, in a cast, in a blizzard, while avoiding the same sniper fire Hillary Clinton had to dodge in Vietnam with Richard Blumenthal, while being first in their law school class with Joe Biden, while simultaneously driving a semi and facing down Corn Pop.

 If you get the book directly through the publisher, I’ll make a few cents more than if you get it at Amazon. It’s $17.99 at either source, and Amazon has a $4.99 Kindle edition.  Positive comments on Amazon about LTK would be great too.  Go here to comment.

And now, more humor from Richard Lederer’s classic book The Revenge Of Anguished English, which is a collection of accidentally funny things people have written and said.  This week, sports gaffes:

“Let’s let bye-byes be bye-byes.” Baseball player Ricky Henderson

“I just might fade into Bolivian. I don’t know where to go, what to do.” Mike Tyson after a loss.

“I didn’t know Elvis was from Memphis. I thought he was from Tennessee.” Memphis Grizzlies player Drew Gooden

“When it rains, it snows.” Tampa Bay Buccaneer player Derek Jackson

“I’m playing as well as I’ve ever played, except for the years I played better.” Golfer Fred Couples

“This isn’t going to be a walk in the cake.” Philadelphia 76er’s Dikembe Mutombo

“The only reason we’re 7-0 is because we’ve won all seven of our games.” David Garcia

These days we need humor more than ever.  I’ll see you next Sunday, and I hope, every other day too!