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An elderly woman was walking home from the supermarket. Her bag of groceries was especially heavy that day. When she saw Nathan Hale's Used Cars, she decided to stop and look at cars. As it happened, the owner himself approached her. He asked her what kind of car she wanted.

"Well," she said, "I can't remember the name exactly, but it has something to do with hate or anger." The owner was quick to reply, "Oh yes, you want a Plymouth Fury! We have a few. What color would you like?"

The woman reached into her shopping bag and pulled out an ear of corn. She striped down the shucks and said, "I want this color." Nathan replied, "Ma'am I'm sorry, but we don't have any in that color. How about a nice blue one?" "No son," she said, "I want this color."

"But ma'am, they didn't make that color! Maybe a cherry red one?" By this time, the old woman was mad and started throwing things at the owner. Another salesmen noticed the disruption and asked the secretary what was going on. The secretary replied, "Apparently, Hale hath no Fury like the woman's corn!" :bd:
 

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I've got to get a life. reading these over a good cup of coffee is the reason I don't sleep in on Saturdays. maybe I should reconsider... (this one is pretty good tho)
 

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Found this article for you Rotdorn. I am sure that given the recent availability of fresh penguins a good stew recipe will soon be developed. You could try contacting the food network and request one of their featured cooking shows try it. I bet Paula Deen could cook a mean penguin stew.



Penguin latest food - available
in abundance soon



Penguins could be the Sunday roast of choice if a plan to use the world penguin surplus goes ahead, Goliath Food Chiefs announced yesterday. Penguins, long considered to be inedible by even the most hardiest of sailors, have recently been discovered to taste a lot like veal, if cooked for long enough.

The stupid looking seabird, once considered 'cute' and 'funny' but now known to be a violent desecrator of the beautiful unspoilt wilderness of Antarctica, will be available as a frozen dish by as early as next month. As part of the launch of this abundant new foodstuff, There will be a special penguin cookery show on GoliathChannel 16, as well as a highly amusing advertising campaign with the catchy phrase: 'P-p-p-prepare a p-p-penguin!'

Opposition for the new foodstuff has been minor, with only nine people (figures adjusted for accuracy) claiming that the penguin should not be eaten. "The thing is," said Mr White, Goliath's head nutritionist, "is that by eating only one penguin a week you can make up your entire recommended weekly intake of penguin, which we have decided is . . . one penguin."

Mrs Sutton of Sidcup was one of the first lucky housewives to be offered penguin and she told us: "At first, I was wary of the seabird. We had tried Great Auk and found it a bit stringy. But once we had eaten it, we will be having penguin every week - goodbye chicken!"

Claims from opposition groups that Goliath were simply 'raping Antarctica' are unfounded. None of the 3.2 million penguins currently available to consumers originate from the Goliath-owned continent, but are reared in an eco-friendly farm in Norfolk.
 
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