Kool-Aid Concern!

Ever hear about the UNC
student who couldn't make
Kool-Aid because eight
cups of water won't fit
into one of those little


Michelle - Duke U. said...

This UNC grad was watching TV as his wife was out cutting the
grass during the hot summer. He finally worked up the energy
to go out and ask his wife what was for supper.

Well, his missus was quite irritated about him sitting in
the air conditioned house all day while she did all the
work, so she scolded him. "I can't believe you're asking me
about supper right now! Imagine I'm out of town, go inside
and figure dinner out yourself."

So he went back in the house and fixed himself a big steak,
with potatoes, garlic bread and tall glass of iced tea.

The wife finally walked in about the time he was finishing
up and asked him, "You fixed something to eat? So where is

"Huh? I thought you were out of town."

Adrian Monk said...

One October my wife and I spent a vacation on Washington's
Olympic Peninsula. We were eager to visit the rain forests
near the coast, but we heard that snow slides had made
some of the roads impassable. Although apprehensive about
the conditions we might run into, we drove on.

Sure enough, we had gone only a short way up the High Rain
Forest road when we saw a sign: "Ice 10 miles." Five miles
farther on there was another: "Ice 5 miles." The next one
was: "Ice 1/2 mile." We practically crept that half-mile.

We came to the last sign. It was outside a small grocery,
and it read: "Ice 75 cents."

Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard said...

When I was a 20-something college student, I became quite
friendly with my study partner, a 64-year-old man, who
had returned to school to finish his degree. He confessed,
with a wink, that he had once thought more than friendship
might be a possibility between us.

"So what changed your mind?" I asked him.

"I went to my doctor and asked if he thought a 40-year age
difference between a man and woman was insurmountable. He
looked at my chart and said, 'You're interested in someone
who's 104?'"

Professor Howdy said...


DEAD RINGER: A broken telephone.
DENIAL: A river in Egypt.
DERANGE: A place where de cowboys ride.
DERMATOLOGIST: One who makes rash statements.
DESK: A trash can with drawers.
DETOUR: The roughest distance between two points.
HOWLING SUCCESS: The baby that always gets picked up.


Most rocks found at the Earth's surface were formed within a few tens
of kilometers of the surface. But in some places, there are "magma
pipes" (vertical tubes of molten rock) where rocks that were formed
much deeper are brought to the surface.

The rocks from the deepest known source are found on Malaita Island
in the Solomon Islands northeast of Australia. Scientists there
recently found diamonds and other kinds of crystals at the top of a
magma pipe that could only be formed at pressures of 22 gigapascals
(more than 217,000 times the air pressure at sea level). That
pressure is only found at depths of 700 kilometers or more (435 miles).

According to the scientists, the rocks found in the magma pipe on
Malaita were broken off and carried to the surface as the magma moved
upward through the Earth's mantle. What an amazing Creator we have.

Jerry B. - California said...

*Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against one of your
people, but love your neighbor as yourself. I am the Lord.
--Leviticus 19

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