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    It put me in stitches ...

    I was sitting at a bar one night minding my own business, when a fat, ugly lady came up behind me, grabbed my behind and said, "You're kinda cute. You gotta phone number?" I said, "Yeah, you gotta pen?" She said, "Yeah, I got a pen." . I said, "You better get back in it before the farmer...
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    A blind golf challenge ...

    … but what if Tiger uses the right club in the wrong hole(s)?
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    The $3.99 breakfast special

    An elderly couple went to breakfast at a restaurant where the "seniors' special" was two eggs, bacon, hash browns and toast for $3.99. "Sounds good," the lady said. 'But I don't want the eggs.." "Then, I'll have to charge you $4.49 because you're ordering a la carte," the waitress warned her...
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    A plane misunderstanding

    A British Airways plane left Heathrow Airport under the control of a Jewish captain. His co-pilot was Chinese, and it was the first time they'd flown together, and an awkward silence between the two seemed to indicate a mutual dislike. Once they reached cruising altitude, the Jewish captain...
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    A blind golf challenge ...

    Tiger Woods and Stevie Wonder are in a bar, and Tiger turns to Stevie and says, "How's the singing career going?" Stevie replies, "Not too bad. How's the golf?" Woods replies, "Not too bad. I've had some problems with my swing, but I think I've got that right now." Stevie: "I always find that...
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    A comparison that demonstrates the absurdity of major-league baseball salaries

    Dear Greg T: In no way would I place any "blame" on the players (or their agents) for accepting such ridiculous salaries. I'm just saying that few, if any, of those players are deserving of such high-level pay. As for "overpaid poster boy" Chris Davis, if ANYONE in just about ANY profession...
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    A 'hot air' political analysis

    A man and a woman in a hot air balloon realized they were lost. They lowered their altitude and spotted a man in a boat below. The woman shouted to him, "Excuse me, can you help us? We promised friends we would meet them an hour ago, but we don't know where we are." The man checked his...
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    And That's How We Roll

    … or a Diet Coke to top off a large pizza with the works!
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    Hypnosis at the Senior Citizens Center

    It was entertainment night at the Senior Citizens Center, and after the community sing-along, it was time for the star of the show, Claude the Hypnotist. Claude explained that he was going to put the entire audience into a trance. The excited chatter quickly turned to silence as Claude...
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    Beware The Evil That Lurks Within

    … and hence, the name of this forum section.
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    Last Words

    … but it's what husbands say or do prior to the "Yes, dear" that's the problem.
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    And then the fight started...

    Dear 9andaWiggle: You can't FIGHT the fact that those panels are extremely funny!
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    A comparison that demonstrates the absurdity of major-league baseball salaries

    Dear WAMO: I'm not saying what any player is worth, or what you think of any player's worth. I just asked what YOU THINK a player with a season such as Robinson had in 1966 WOULD MAKE in today's major-league market.
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    The Jewish quarterback with the perfect arm

    The coach had assembled the perfect team for the Chicago Bears. The only thing missing was a good quarterback, but he scouted and scouted but couldn't find a quarterback who could give the Bears a shot at a Super Bowl win. Then one night while watching the news ,he saw a war-zone scene in the...
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    A comparison that demonstrates the absurdity of major-league baseball salaries

    It's pure speculation, of course, but what do you think a player with Frank Robinson's ability and statistics (at the peak of his career) would make on today's Major League market? In your OPINION, what would (or should) a player earn in salary a season after leading the league in batting...
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    A comparison that demonstrates the absurdity of major-league baseball salaries

    Dear Djarum300: A valid point, indeed.
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    A comparison that demonstrates the absurdity of major-league baseball salaries

    … but the original post compared the performances and earnings of both Robinson and Davis, and even though Davis has a past-performance history of home-run-hitting ability, he has been NOWHERE NEAR as good as Robinson in most categories, and that includes home runs.
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    A comparison that demonstrates the absurdity of major-league baseball salaries

    Dear WAMO: True … but even though the price(s) of virtually everything has increased greatly over the decades, is it even within reason that Chris Davis -- a real chump in comparison to Frank Robinson -- should be "earning" (if you can call it that) more than 21 times as much salary as a true...
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