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Some jokes from RD.com

Birthday Surprise

— Maria Smith

My husband and I were on our way home when he was pulled over for speeding. As the patrolman returned his driver’s license, my husband, hoping for leniency, sheepishly asked, "Officer, did you notice that yesterday was my birthday?"
"As a matter of fact, I did," the officer replied, "because that’s when your license expired!"

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Taking It With You

Lying on his deathbed, the rich, miserly old man calls to his long-suffering wife. "I want to take all my money with me," he tells her. "So promise me you’ll put it in the casket."
After the man dies, his widow attends the memorial service with her best friend. Just before the undertaker closes the coffin, she places a small metal box inside.
Her friend looks at her in horror. "Surely," she says, "you didn’t put the money in there."
"I did promise him I would," the widow answers. "So I got it all together, deposited every penny in my account, and wrote him a check. If he can cash it, he can spend it."

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Climate Change

— Arthur Carlson

According to a news story, if global warming continues, in 20 years the only chance we’ll have to see a polar bear is in a zoo. So in other words, nothing is going to change.

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Miscellaneous

— Megan Strickland

Rushing to work, I was driving too fast and as a result was pulled over by the highway patrol. The state trooper noticed that my shirt had the name of a local high school on it. "I teach math there," I explained.
The trooper smiled, and said, "Okay, here’s a problem. A teacher is speeding down the highway at 16 m.p.h. over the limit. At $12 for every mile, plus $40 court costs, plus the rise in her insurance, what’s her total cost?"
I replied, "Taking that total, subtracting the low salary I receive, multiplying by the number of kids who hate math, then adding to that the fact that none of us would be anywhere without teachers, I’d say zero." He handed me back my license.
"Math was never my favorite subject," he admitted. "Please slow down."

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