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Monday, October 3, 2016

Good morning crew,

So this will be day 13 of the trip, which should put us in Amsterdam.

At this point we will have already been through Heidelberg, Munich, Verona, someplace called Lake Lucerne, Paris and Antwerp, plus a couple other towns I never heard of.

So if you have heard any news stories out of any of those places recently about a crazy American starting fires or running drunk and naked through the streets or some such other nonsense - There's a good chance that was me.

Laugh it up,

Joe

joe@gophercentral.com

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"According to a new report, there is a shrine in Japan solely dedicated to hemorrhoids. Seating is limited, but usually available." -Seth Meyers

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As a new school Principal, Mr. Mitchell was checking over his school on the first day. Passing the stockroom, he was startled to see the door wide open and teachers bustling in and out, carrying off books and supplies in preparation for the arrival of students the next day.

The school where he had been a Principal the previous year had used a check-out system only slightly less elaborate than that at Fort Knox.

Cautiously, he asked the school's long time Custodian, "Do you think it's wise to keep the stock room unlocked and to let the teachers take things without requisitions?"

The Custodian looked at him gravely. "We trust them with the children, don't we?"




*-------------- Guaranteed to Roll Your Eyes --------------*

One caller to our answering service gave me his name, number and message and then said, "You know my name. What's yours?"

"We're not allowed to give our names," I replied, "but my operator number is 4136"

Sounding disappointed, he said, "May I call you by your first digit, or would that be too personal?"

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