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This Week's Joke

How do you find Will Smith in a snow storm? Look for the fresh prints.

This joke was submitted by Talia Bugnone from Niles, OH. Thanks!

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Romance With a Midwesterner

Dear Mr. Keillor:

I have recently met a very nice engineer from the Midwest. We discussed cows on our first date. I have tested him to see if he would make me eat lutefisk. He says he hates it. He is Methodist and he sings loudly in church. I am a Unitarian from Cambridge, MA and I suspect that he would not approve of felt banners, so beloved of Unitarians. He bought me a heart-shaped box of Valentine chocolates and talked of the prairie. Do you think there is hope for us? He is very nice but I am worried that there will not be stores to buy whole grains, or peace dances in the Midwest. Please tell me if you think there is hope for us.

P.S. He is an engineer and I can’t even pump my own gas.

Thank you.

Ruth from Cambridge, MA Read more

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The View From Mrs. Sundberg's Window

Follow Your Cravings

Listened to the show Saturday and it was not bad. I’d just gotten in from the grocery store when the show came on, and I spent a good part of the first half putting away groceries. Nothing to complain about; I was in the kitchen, I was warm, had the house to myself, and the pure joy of groceries scattered everywhere. Didn’t take long to put it all where it goes, and when I finished, I pulled out of the oven the small chicken pot pie with broccoli I’d picked up in the deli and kept in the oven on “warm” while I worked. Read more

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Russ Ringsak

Loud Hair, Quiet Mountains, Mad Goose

Our show runs out to San Francisco again this year; trucker sees this as a lucky thaw in an unnecessarily cruel season here. Our co-driver will be Tom Gohman again and to make ready I drive Hank over to a truck stop across the river in Wisconsin to top the tanks off. Real cold over there. Like here. The cashier drill these days is that you pay up front for fuel; you give them the credit card and name an amount and the pump will run to that number or until the tanks are full. You come back in and they cancel the first amount and you get a receipt for the real sum on the pump. So no more drive-away diesel scoundrels. Read more

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