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A duck holding a mortgage
is no laughing matter.

 

One guy says that he’s made so much progress, that he’s written himself a little them song, which goes, “I’m almost inclined, to bite my own behind.”

 

Oh, and I have here yet another letter, from a man who “doesn’t want to be identified.” – Hey sir, “Gimme a break.”  “Stand in line,” and “Don’t you wish.”

 

The local version of the news
ain’t hardly worth reporting…
(except maybe as a hobby.)
 

For the official wedding of himself to himself, one chap wrote his own vows, which stated, “We pledge that sagacity is not our capacity.”  (And both families wept for joy, and left their clothes at home.)

J.

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