Friday, June 24, 2016

Santa Claus And His Psychiatrist

Santa had been having some serious issues and although it was summer, he flew down on his sleigh to Beverly Hills to see Golda, his psychiatrist.

Outside the office tower where Santa parked his sleigh and reindeer, a big crowd quickly formed, everyone hoping to get a glimpse of this great man.

But behind closed doors, Santa began telling Golda his problems.

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Friday, June 17, 2016

The Magic Refrigerator

When Doris moved into her new condominium, much to her surprise, she found an old refrigerator already installed.

In it was a note that read, "Take good care of me and I'll take good care of you. You'll never have to buy food again."

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Friday, June 10, 2016

A One Way Ticket To Shmuckville

Shmuckville is considered to be the worst place on earth, a place populated by obnoxious people with no sense of compassion for others.

"All aboard," shouted the conductor as the passengers boarded the Shmuckville Express.

"How did you get your ticket," asked one man to another. "I bought a pharmacy company that had exclusive rights to a cancer treatment drug millions of people need to live. I then tripled the price."

"What did you do," he asked in return. "I was on Wall Street and rigged the markets to make lots of money. I was never punished for it, that is until I was given this ticket."

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Saturday, June 4, 2016

A Tale From The Days Of American Slavery

With the rope scratching his neck, and his hands and feet tied, Benjamin looked down from the gallows at the crowd below.

"You robbed good men of their property," shouted the hangman.

"You also endangered the financial security of their families, each time you stole their niggers and set them free in the North.

"Do you have any last words before you die for your crimes?"

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