UNC Student At Midnight!


Q: Why did the UNC student lay 
out on the lawn chair in her bathing 
suit at midnight?

A: She wanted to get a dark tan.

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Professor Howdy said...

Q. Did you hear about the dead UNC terrorists?
A. They died faxing a letter bomb.


Read what you have time for below & save
the residuum for a rainy/blustery/slow "il tempo".

Professor Howdy said...

Did you happen to hear about the
UNC* student who.............................?

* Took her new scarf back to the store because it was too

* Couldn't learn to water ski because she couldn't find a lake with a

* Can't work in a pharmacy because the bottles won't fit into the

*UNC is the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Specializing in a wide range of degree programs including:
B.A. A.H.F.(Advanced Hamburger Flipping), A.P.E., B.R.C.
(Bar Room Conversations), etc. Institution was founded in 1898
for sons/daughters of local Chapel Still politicians that were
unable to qualify for the more prestigious institutions of higher
learning such as Duke, Wake Forest, and N.C. State.

Anonymous said...

Prof Howdy,
Quit sending this ____ to me. I don't want it and if you
continue to send it I'll sue.
J. Carry (UNC)
1st year law school

Anonymous said...

Dear Howdy,

! Whats up? So are you a guy or girl? And how old are you? And
where do ya live? Well aren't I just full of questions!! Anyway yeah I
like your emails, they're cute! LOL Well i gotta go now
So' email me !

C ya.

Professor Howdy said...

Summer heat time is not when you want your car air conditioner to go
out on you - especially when you're driving a long trip. Tough - that's when
the a.c. decided to die on us. Now I know that brave people survived without
air conditioning for centuries. You know, somehow that philosophical
observation didn't make me feel any better as we sped along with our windows
open and hot air slowly putting the driver to sleep. Oh, but there's more.
More than once, belching black exhaust smoke came blowing in our open
windows. Then there was the discarded cigarette butt that bounced off the
window, narrowly missing the driver. We really enjoyed the spider that came
in, and of course, and the clumps of pollen; they were great. Probably our
favorite thing of all was what came flying at us from two tractor trailers
that passed us. Now, I'm not going to give you all the gory details but I
will tell you that those trucks were carrying cattle. Open window: kind of a
nasty trip.

It's amazing what can get in when you leave the window open - stuff
you really don't want inside. But that could be exactly what's happening in
your life right now; a lot of nasty stuff is coming in because you've left
the window open.

That's one reason God gives us some very practical advice to avoid
getting stuff you don't really want in your life. It's brief, it's to the
point, and it's our word for today from the Word of God. Ephesians 4:27
says, "Do not give the devil a foothold." Or we might say, don't leave any
window open that the devil could use to get in.

The context of this actually warning provides us with some specific
examples of how that can happen. The verse before the "no foothold" verse
talks about anger that you allow to last more than a day. Smoldering anger
morphs into more anger, then into resentment and hard feelings, and
ultimately into a damaging broken and hostile relationship. All because you
didn't close the window before the devil blew in all his anger junk.
Whatever the issue is, get over it - fast!

The verses after this "keep the devil out" warning talk about not
stealing. It's true that anytime you cheat or take what isn't yours to have,
you might as well say, "Devil, come on in and mess up my life." Then the
next verses talk about unkind words - which leave wounds that can become
something very ugly and divisive. That's the little seed the devil needs to
grow some major hurt and destruction. Oh, and bitterness is mentioned here,
too. Maybe you've let bitterness and hard feelings set up shop in your
heart. You've opened the window to something that will turn you hard, poison
innocent people, and it will make you its slave. And forgiving is the only
way to get rid of bitterness poison. Then close the window and don't let any
of those kinds of feelings get inside again.

Unresolved conflicts, a wandering eye, playing with temptation that
you should be avoiding like the plague, letting your passions push you to
the moral edge, watching and listening to stuff that opens your heart to
things you think you'll never do - those are open windows. Windows that you
can't afford to leave open one more day.

For an open window is all that the enemy of your soul needs to
corrupt your life and to ultimately control your life. So think about
"Where's he been getting in?" It's much easier to close the window than to
deal with the mess he will make of everything that you care about.
Ron Hutchcraft

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