Thursday, January 13, 2011

Just for Laughs #138

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  1. Upon learning that a lowly fry cook stumbled across his secret 12 herbs and spices, the Colonel lured him to an abandoned guano mine in the Nevada desert.

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  2. Alfred knew that he'd finally win a game of Hide and Seek against Bruce Wayne thanks to a hidden handkerchief soaked in Bat-Sleeping potion. (aka. ether).

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  3. Mark Twain is confident that PC Zombie Censors are afraid of the Cross and won't venture down the dark halls of history to disembowel his life's work.

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  4. Once again, the two arch-rival archaeologists, William Half-bright and "Digger" Ramsay find themselves competing for possession of a biblical artifact. This time it is the sword that Peter used to cut off the ear of the high priest's servant, Vincent Van Malchus.

    Ever so cautiously, Half-Bright tries to hide the ancient weapon by slipping the blade into his trouser leg, while holding it near the hilt. ...

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  5. "Hey Eddie, you got da book? Wassup? This address you gave me is a cave! Eddie?"

    Rich Kennedy

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  6. I just know this poor, lowly sinner will want to listen to my Four Spiritual Laws presentation. If I don't get another person to the point of saying "The Sinner's Prayer," I'll never pass my seminary Evangelism 101 class.

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  7. Like so many other things in life, the question of why Super Man chased Grandpa Walton into the Cobblestone Cave remains a deep mystery . . . but wait! could that be kryptonite in his hand?

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  8. Kenneth Copeland ran into the cave hoping to hide from a young Billy Graham, the only man left in America he thought would hold him accountable for perverting God into a cosmic santa claus and making the Gospel into a health and wealth scheme.

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