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A little Friday humour, OR any day you want to share a laugh
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In Reply To: joules mm1's post @ Apr 6 2020, 05:11 PM

I always thought the way to do it was take drugs then go to space.

I wondered where Jesus was hiding when we needed him.






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Jesskier‏ @JessCluess The headline's good, but the rest is even better




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. . . . . . . . everything has an art.....in the instance of the auction process, the only thing, needed to be listened to; price

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Australian astrophysicist Dr. Daniel Reardon had to be admitted to the hospital to have four magnets removed from his nose, which got stuck there while he worked on inventing a necklace that warns you when you touch your face. "The doctors thought it was quite funny," Reardon said.

Astrophysicist gets several magnets stuck up his nose while working on coronavirus device
"However, the academic realised the electronic part he had did the opposite �" and would only complete a circuit when there was no magnetic field present. “I accidentally invented a necklace that buzzes continuously unless you move your hand close to your face,” he said."

https://twitter.com/i/moments/1244615884540465152




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post Posted: Mar 31 2020, 08:10 AM
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From one of my Fav satirical websites, Babylon Bee come some great headlines- don't even need o read the articles.

Headline " Government Accidentally Shuts Itself Down With Ban On Non-Essential Businesses "

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congress has asked all non-essential businesses to limit their hours or close entirely for an undetermined amount of time.


But this shutdown mistakenly shut down the most non-essential entity of all: the government. For a brief period of time, all government in the United States was illegal, since it is completely non-essential to everything.

"Oops," said Senator Mitch McConnell. "We meant non-essential private businesses. Of course, the government is always essential, even when it's not doing anything or is making things worse."

Senators, congresspeople, and bureaucrats frantically rewrote the ban to include only businesses that actually produced something and not government agencies that just watched other people make stuff. Though they had dragged their feet on passing bills related to relieving the financial distress of the shutdown, they passed this revision in record speed, almost as quickly as they vote for pay raises for themselves.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said she would have caught the mistake but had passed the ban in a hurry, saying, "We had to pass the ban to see what it did."


and "Toilet Paper Crisis Solved As Government Prints Trillions Of Fresh, Soft Dollar Bills "
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The administration explained that, while it’s possible the money might help get things flowing again for people who are in need of a strong push financially, the more practical use will be for those who have run out of toilet paper: “As the economic stoppage causes the dollar’s value to take a dump, we see this as a great alternative to increasingly scarce toilet paper.”

The statement also included several best practices for making the most use out of each crisp, worthless dollar bill, and even some tips on precise folding techniques in order to avoid defacing the United States’ first president.


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One of the better Covid-19 sing-alongs. Done to Bohemian Rhapsody, and with a coherent and sensible message... (Just Stay Inside)

https://youtu.be/lr_tEdQvFcc



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At last, some practical solutions to the economic ills in the USA.

https://youtu.be/7ADncN9HIa4

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nipper
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Oh, no, not another Paul Kelly

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Australia’s deputy chief medical officer, Dr Paul Kelly




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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Nine months time, a baby boom? .....China, now Italy. And spreading worldwide



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Irony no 2 from The Leaders

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Italy is one of those countries that have been hit the hardest by coronavirus. More than 12,000 patients have been registered and out of these 827 have died.

The European nation is currently on lockdown and during this time Pornhub has made its premium service free for Italians for a month.

The site shared a press release today, stating that it will donate all the earnings from the Modelhub platform to help Italy cope with the coronavirus outbreak.

The statement read, “Forza Italia, We love you! PornHub has decided to donate its percentage revenue from the ModelHub platform from March to help Italy during the outbreak. To help you during these weeks at home, for the whole months you can access PornHub Premium free of charge, with no need for using your credit card.”
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Who says nothing good ever comes of a disaster!
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