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The Joke Machine

This Week's Joke

Who was the first tennis player? Joseph. He served in Pharaoh's court.

This joke was submitted by Julian Block from Larchmont, NY. Thanks!

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The Slope is Steep

To the host:

I grew up in an unassuming town like Lake Wobegon, the middle child of a large family, and I shy away from the limelight and self-promotion. How can I change my ways? My self-published cookbook/reference book is soon to arrive from the printer. Marketing will fall squarely on my shoulders. Any words of wisdom ? Paths you can point me toward? Read more

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The View From Mrs. Sundberg's Window

A Sweet Luxury

Listened to the show Saturday and it was not bad. I’d spent the afternoon reading up on flu cures, and I must say that other than Tamiflu, if you can get to it in time, there isn’t much out there. I don’t have the flu, but it seems to be quite virulent and it may come this way one of these days and I’m inclined to be prepared. I don’t remember my grandmothers running to and fro for doctor visits and prescriptions; they were more about a cup of this or a shot of that, and it always seemed to work. Read more

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Russ Ringsak

Winter Stories

New Year’s Eve 1957

This is how I remember it. My first adult-legal New Years. I was home from college for the winter holidays and one of the town’s westsiders was having a big New Years house party while her folks were gone. It was 26 degrees below zero, not that unusual for a town halfway between Grand Forks and Winnipeg. Unusual or not, I wanted to use the car. But my household authorities were taking the car to their own big party. I thought they could be persuaded to have the neighbors take them. But no. Read more

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