been almost immobile since August 2nd, When I try to walk my left thigh buckles a I feel top heavy and I fall a lot. They had to do a Lumbar spinal puncture August 2nd to test my spinal fluid for a fungal infection. Had Lumbar spinal fusion in 06. Aug 2nd he tried 3 times in 3 discs around the fusion to get spinal fluid. My back has been killing me since, so when I fall it pinches the nerves at the fusion causing intense pain in lower back and problem with left leg. A few times I couldn’t get up off the floor and had to call someone to help me. Why I always have cell in pocket! I pray we’re both better in a few months!
My Very Best Wishes for you to heal and feel better as soon as possible! I enjoy your jokes and learn things too! I’ve had a rough time since April. Hernia surgery, the MS Meds I’ve taken since 2011 made my immune system very weak & I’ve had LOTS of trouble because of it. My back hurts so bad I’ve
Back in the ‘70s we cleaned out an old house nobody had lived in since the early fifties. Found a stout paper tube with a metal bottom and screw on lid. A little shorter than a toilet paper tube. The mailing label said Box Holder. It had never been opened and looked in great shape. Inside was a round brown glass bottle with a screw on metal lid. The bottle said Dr Cox’s Barbed Wire Liniment. Said it was good for cuts, scrapes, and something else. I kept it for years, some older people said they used to send out samples of different things addressed to Box Holder. But nobody had ever heard of Dr Cox’s Barbed Wire Liniment! I opened the bottle a few times to let people smell it, smelled kind of like tar and kerosene. I don’t know whatever happened to it. Probably would bring a good price today to a collector of such.
You be nice and get Steve some salve for that burn!
Of all the things Bart wrote on the blackboard, my favorite is “Pork is not a verb”. Second place goes to “I will not startle the incontinent”.
Good one! A shame it will go over a lot of heads.
No, they just give a chomp with the huge, long tusks and the crocs do the eating in the water. On land, it’s the lions, hyenas and leopards on the cleanup crew. There are some excellent programs about them on PBS. Arms and legs can be severed by the incredible force of the massive jaws and the huge tusks, but hippos don’t eat people.
Well, I’ll have to ask Nancy to tell me my opinion and well, you’ll have to get back to me. Well, what were we talking about?
I read this again today and laughed even harder! and I first heard the “Unlucky Bee” at the local MFA feed store a looong time ago, so long ago that I’d forgotten it! Thanks for bring back the memory of not only the joke, but also of the old men who sat on the wooden benches on the loading dock telling jokes and imparting some of life’s wisdom that some folks never do learn. Now I’m as old as some of them were… Thanks again Charlie, I appreciate you!
Wish I could give this 1,000 likes. People like him make me think of the little grade school snitch who ran to tattle ALL the time. Finally even the Teachers, the Principal and BOTH his little Acolytes laughed when he got stomped down INTO the coal cinder pile out back of the school! Shirley it might make you think he could be the combined Reincarnation of Hitler, Stalin and Mao? And a dash of Atilla the Hun thrown in for bad measure?