The joke’s on the way
Actually that’s pretty funny Mr. Meddick!
At least Moondog has some beer.
This was bound to happen for years company’s sought out cheap labor shipping production overseas people want to blame whomever is in office but the fact is the current administration has ordered the ports to stay open 24 hours a day to keep goods moving .
Corporations that want to maximize profits are the ones to blame here this would not be happening on such a large scale if we were talking about American made products here.
I wish the oil people would change over to manufacturing people. No offense meant.
There should be a shipping guarantee for humor. For example: “If you don’t receive your shipment in thirty days, the joke’s on us.”
Now I see why you’re not that funny: your jokes come from a Chinese sweatshop….
How come no one ever blames the consumer? Most if not all people want to pay the cheapest price hence we end up buying the cheap stuff from China. It would be great if companies would also agree to make say 10 – 20 % profit instead of always trying to increase that to 100s and 1000s%. Then manufacturing could be kept in the US.
Riding kind of high in the water for a full cargo.
It could be that the punchlines aren’t coming at all. An average of 1500 of those containers fall into the ocean every year. Talk about pollution!!
the ship hasn’t docked yet with them jokes they need supplied. :D
Sheeeesh!!! I clicked on Monte to start my day with a bit of a laugh. Thanks guys. I thought all the preachers would be in church today. :^))
Ah prefers muh jokes to be make right here in ‘Merica, them Chinee made jokes break the first time you use them, they just don’t last.
Those jokes are probably produced by 9-year-old children in Malaysia, which should tell us something. I’m not sure I want to know what it is.
Joke shortage? Time to go to the reserves,
Okay, throw Rodney in here … ‘’My wife, what a battle axe …’’
Fill in the rest from memeory.
And you know the jokes will be stale by the time they arrive.
I’d pay good money to have the crates which contain puns stay at sea for awhile longer…
Those are the empty joke containers that still have to get back to Taiwanese joke factories to be refilled with Easter jokes.
If we get into a Pacific war, China will be able to cut off all our imports. Then we can forget about problems shipping stuff into the country because there won’t be anything to ship.
Jim Meddick! Shame on you! Getting those small Vietnamese children to write cheap jokes for you!
That’s one tiny container ship!
Had to happen to Monty and company and me.
Great meta joke!
You mean to say, even our jokes are “made in China”?
You just know those aren’t coming from China.
Stop buying cheap junk that’s shipped halfway around the planet. You won’t have that problem & you’ll cut carbon use.
Judging by how high in the water that ship is riding, those are some pretty lightweight jokes.
President Uncle Joe must make delivery of a fresh supply of Jokes a mandate, a national emergency priority!
What will we do without humor and wit? How will we survive?
A Great Patriot exclaimed, Give me jokes or give me death! —A bit drastic, but the guy had a point….
Containers are empty. look at the waterline.
Even jokes are made in China?? I had no idea!
This is kind of fun, like the comics that were offshored and done by foreign cartoonists, like the “Rambo” strip where the hero fought the Godfather and was helped by Man-Spider and one of the “Baywatch” female lifeguards and chased by dogs that went “Kesk! Kesk!”