A lit­tle hu­mor

Antelope Valley Press - - Opinion -

With all the mo­ronic hap­pen­ings in our coun­try to­day, i.e. im­peach­ment hear­ings, the FBI not be­ing what they claim to be (hones) ter­ror­ists at­tack­ing again, learn­ing to fly our jets, then killing our ser­vice mem­bers (again) and those who al­lowed this still de­fend­ing their right to be here, not car­ing about the rights of our ser­vice mem­bers and cit­i­zens ... it’s time to laugh a lit­tle, re­lease your pent up stress and en­joy your fam­i­lies at this spe­cial time of the year.

To me, drink re­spon­si­bly means don’t spill a drop.

At my age, when I say “the other day,” I could be talk­ing about any time from the last 10 sec­onds to 30 years ago.

I re­mem­ber get­ting up with­out mak­ing sound ef­fects.

When you do squats, are your knees sup­posed to sound like a goat chew­ing an alu­minum can, filled with cel­ery?

The older I get, the ear­lier it gets late.

If I ask you for di­rec­tions, don’t use words like East or South.

Lucky? Don’t talk to me about luck. Mine is like a bald guy who just won a comb.

And lastly,

I just had my pa­tience tested. I’m neg­a­tive. Skip Thacker

Mo­jave

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