No name on the bullet

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An older comic/tv/movie fan who finds the comments section appalling, trite, superfluous, aggravating, irrelevant and idiotically self indulgent. But hey; its another form of social media, innit? And everyone wants to reach out and connect; even if it's anonymous and uninvited.

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  1. about 2 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    A woman suffers the loss of her husband. Now she loved this man even though life with him had been at times difficult! You see for the first half of his life he had been a terror! He fought with his neighbors, he stole, cheated his boss and various other transgressions some great, some small.

    However, the second half of his life he changed completely. He became a loving and helpful neighbor, he made restitution for the petty thefts had done, became a philanthropist and gave most of the credit to his company and his boss!

    After his passing, the widow wondered how he might be judged in the afterlife.She sought the services of a medium. At a private seance the medium was successful in contacting and channeling her late husband. She was thrilled and after exchanging pleasantries and convinced this was indeed the spirit of her husband on the other side. She reminded him of his split lifestyles, one sinful the other admirable. “Yes, I am aware.” he assures her. “Well,” says she, “I wonder how things are for you on the other side?”

    “Things are pleasant here,” he says, “I have all I want to eat, and water and most interestingly, I have relations several times a day!”

    His wife is dumbfounded for a moment then says, “Well, tell me are you in heaven or he-l!?”

    “I am a bull in Montana!” he answers!{Prior submission eromlig, but I rewrote it and not copy and paste!}

  2. about 3 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I’ve posted this one before. I can’t find the exact posting, so I am unable to cut and paste. Anyhow,

    A Mushroom attends a village dance one lovely evening. Felling festive and confident he approaches a young attractive woman and offers, “Would you like to dance?”

    The young woman looks at the mushroom down her nose and says, “Oh! No! Not with you!”

    The Mushroom somewhat taken aback, “Why not? Hey! I’m a fun guy!”

  3. about 4 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Ya know, eromlig we have been through this “telling my joke”, “telling old jokes” hash out over and over. Why not sit back and enjoy the flattery of being imitated and/or “quoted”?

  4. about 4 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I am in agreement with you! I made no reference to making fun of bigotry, antisemitism or xenophobia. None of these subjects are the fodder for humor. I apologize if you misunderstood my meaning. I only suggested that by being above hate is a much better way. Also, it is ok to forgive but never forget.

  5. about 23 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    But I have seen a house fly. I heard a diamond ring. I saw a peanut stand and heard a rubber band! But I ain’t never seen power lines glow! (Apologies to Walt Disney Productions’ “Dumbo”!)

  6. about 23 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Good thing there is spell check available on this site! You could have given us all a very different visual had the spelling not been very deliberate!

  7. about 23 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Hey! Where were you when a member of IBEW? My father-in-law was in the Union in Phoenix, AZ. Of course, he worked all over the US and some Latin American countries installing High Lines in the late Forties and Fifties. He later served as Head of Apprentice Programs and also as VP of Retirement Fund investments. I just realized you said in ‘91 so even if you were in Phoenix, your service would have been after his retirement. Launched another memory for me, anyway. He was a remarkable man and at the outbreak of WWII his mother, father and two brothers joined the US Navy! This is where he was schooled as an electrician. His mother was turned down, however, and the guys all went to war. He and one brother were serving on one ship and the other brother on another ship in same convoy. Earl (father-in-law) and his brother watched as the older brother’s ship was torpedoed and sunk. Tragic. Never knew where their father served in the War. They were quite the family! All gone, now of course, but I was honored to have them in my life for just a while.

  8. about 23 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I would bet due to the amount of garbage and food scraps available in the area!

  9. about 23 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I enjoy them with a side of mashed potatoes and corn on the cob!

  10. about 23 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Wow! This subject is quite “triggering” (to coin a contemporary phrase) for you, isn’t it? Sorry! Hey, I hear Valium is helpful…