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NEOWatcher
2007-Mar-27, 04:40 PM
There's got to be some good puns in this one...

Bus refitted as supersized oven for Passover matzos (http://www.wkyc.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=64966)

Fazor
2007-Mar-27, 04:53 PM
A rabbi, a police officer, and a city engineer walk into a bus... then something off-collar and funny happens? hmm these "jokes" are harder than they look.

Fazor
2007-Mar-27, 04:56 PM
Ooh! Sorry again for the double post (2nd time today, must be trigger-happy tuesday, or something).

A Rabbi, a police officer, and a city engineer walk into a bus. The Rabbi says, "Oh yeah? If you think this is bad, you should see what the Catholic Priest uses HIS bus for!" ba-da-dum!

Moose
2007-Mar-27, 05:00 PM
A Rabbi, a police officer, and a city engineer walk ionto a bus. The bus driver says: "What is this, some kind of joke?"

/ Just getting it out of the way.

NEOWatcher
2007-Mar-27, 05:11 PM
While were at it: I'll let you chew on this story too.
Mouse makes off with dentures (http://www.wkyc.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=64887)

Fazor
2007-Mar-27, 05:33 PM
Yeah caught that one yesterday too.... but for once I have no real comment on it. Except, saying I have no comment is a comment. :think: Good thing i'm not a robot,this would be the point my head explodes.

Moose
2007-Mar-27, 05:36 PM
Yeah caught that one yesterday too.... but for once I have no real comment on it. Except, saying I have no comment is a comment. :think: Good thing i'm not a robot,this would be the point my head explodes.

Fazor, if you were a robot, Kirk would have shown up long ago to confuse you to death with his cunning illogic. :D :p

NEOWatcher
2007-Mar-27, 05:57 PM
Fazor, if you were a robot, Kirk would have shown up long ago to confuse you to death with his cunning illogic. :D :p
He was pretty effective at that, wasn't he?
- Norman (I, Mudd)
- Nomad (The Changeling)
- Landru (The Return of the Archons)
- M-5 (The Ultimate Computer)
- Rayna (Requiem for Methuselah)

Trebuchet
2007-Mar-27, 07:11 PM
Not to mention V'ger in the first movie, which reminded me greatly of The Changling.

NEOWatcher
2007-Mar-27, 07:13 PM
Not to mention V'ger in the first movie, which reminded me greatly of The Changling.
I didn't count that one, because V'ger was only naive, not confused.

NEOWatcher
2007-Mar-27, 07:26 PM
This must be turning into "potential Pun" day.

I'm almost worry where this one can go:

Town Seizes Sheep Living In Man's House (http://www.newsnet5.com/family/11404311/detail.html)

Fazor
2007-Mar-27, 07:31 PM
Well, the skys the limits now that it's posted on Baaaa-AUT. :) I know, that was horrible. But it had to be said.

mike alexander
2007-Mar-27, 11:41 PM
The fifth seder question:

"Why is this bus different from all other buses...?"

Maksutov
2007-Mar-28, 12:30 AM
This must be turning into "potential Pun" day.

I'm almost worry where this one can go:

Town Seizes Sheep Living In Man's House (http://www.newsnet5.com/family/11404311/detail.html)The follow up story detailed the devastating effect this had on the poor man, who is now living on Skid Row slamming down bottles of Woolite.

Maksutov
2007-Mar-28, 12:33 AM
There's got to be some good puns in this one...

Bus refitted as supersized oven for Passover matzos (http://www.wkyc.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=64966)Another rabbi has offered to pay half of the expenses for upgrading the bus, as long as he becomes part-owner. The original owner has agreed, making this bus co-share for Passover.

The Backroad Astronomer
2007-Mar-28, 12:46 AM
This must be turning into "potential Pun" day.

I'm almost worry where this one can go:

Town Seizes Sheep Living In Man's House (http://www.newsnet5.com/family/11404311/detail.html)
where the men are men and the sheep are nervous.

The Backroad Astronomer
2007-Mar-28, 01:04 AM
where the men are men and the sheep are nervous.
I know that was bahhd but what do you expect on the bahhd astronomy and universe today bulletin board.

Maksutov
2007-Mar-28, 04:29 AM
I know that was bahhd but what do you expect on the bahhd astronomy and universe today bulletin board.Ewe typically get what ewe expect.

Damien Evans
2007-Mar-28, 04:33 AM
This must be turning into "potential Pun" day.

I'm almost worry where this one can go:

Town Seizes Sheep Living In Man's House (http://www.newsnet5.com/family/11404311/detail.html)

He wasn't a New Zealander was he?
:D

NEOWatcher
2007-Apr-11, 08:00 PM
This one takes nerves
Eliot Ness plaque stolen from police headquarters (http://www.wkyc.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=65742)

Unfortunately, it shows how far [down] the force has gone since Ness' time.

mike alexander
2007-Apr-11, 08:13 PM
"Lee! Rico! Youngblood!"

Noclevername
2007-Apr-11, 10:34 PM
Yes, but at least the thief left the sheep.

HenrikOlsen
2007-Apr-12, 06:15 AM
Is it just me who gets confused when you see "one of a kind" and "replacement" of same in the same sentence?

NEOWatcher
2007-Apr-12, 12:23 PM
Is it just me who gets confused when you see "one of a kind" and "replacement" of same in the same sentence?

Oh; please, be realistic. They were at least 2 sentences apart. :D :lol:

Anybody watch the video? At the end they say the replacement will cost over $2200, then say something like "not really, it's only going to be ...", and it sounded intentional to me rather than a slip of the tounge. :wall:

NEOWatcher
2007-Apr-12, 04:10 PM
Police: Man Lives In Mall For Months (http://www.newsnet5.com/news/11622433/detail.html)

I am really suprised that they didn't report the unusual aspects of this story (like the scantily dressed female mannequine from another store).

But; I got a kick out of this:


"We put physical people on the outside and physical people on the inside to do surveillance....

As opposed to virtual people? :think:

Moose
2007-Apr-12, 04:39 PM
As opposed to virtual people? :think:

Well yeah, there are all those scantily dressed mannequins all over the place, after all.

(I think he meant as opposed to telepresence like security-by-CCTV.)

NEOWatcher
2007-Apr-12, 04:54 PM
Well yeah, there are all those scantily dressed mannequins all over the place, after all.
Well, the radio story I heard, said he and his spoil were found in a closed men's store. Not exactly the place for a female lingere mannequin.

(I think he meant as opposed to telepresence like security-by-CCTV.)
No doubt... Ironically, the story on the radio said he was caught through the use of added surveillance cameras.

Moose
2007-Apr-12, 05:41 PM
Heh, that'll learn me for not reading the article.