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Monday, January 29, 2018

Good morning crew,

I need to head straight home after work this afternoon. Yesterday the wife and I were grocery shopping and she asked me, "Hey? How would you like to have pot roast for dinner tomorrow?"

"I do love a good pot roast," I said, "but that's four hours of cooking."

"It's okay," she reassured me, "you're gonna be home early tomorrow, right?"

Laugh it up,

Joe

joe@gophercentral.com

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After shopping for weeks, I finally found the car of my dreams. It was only two years old and in beautiful condition. The salesman asked if I would like to take it for a test drive. We had traveled no more than two miles when the car broke down. The salesman called for a tow truck.

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To prepare for my daughter's First Communion, I called the church in the town where we used to live to get a copy of her baptismal certificate.

We lived there for only a short while, so I didn't know the clergy well. When the secretary asked me the name of the father, I told her that I couldn't remember.

After a brief silence, she said, "Ma'am, I'm talking about the name of the baby's father."

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