Happy Chanukah: 12/24 to 1/1/17 (Please see blog of 12/6/15)
"I'm in Bangor and I spots this driver wearin a life jacket. I wonders what this guy knows that I don’t. So’s I looks up into the tax-ridden sky searchin for storm clouds -- almosts hits a cab. But, naw, nothin up there but the quickest way to Finland if you has a blimp. So, I shrugs my wee shoulders and figures: what-the-hell the pre-flood motorist is probably just a lucky bastard out for a beer. But, then I spots four women speedin recklessly after this guy in a beat up Audi -- So, heck, maybe the guy’s a good Muslim and his wives are gonna head him off before he makes it to a bar. Or maybe he’s a good Irish Catholic and his ex-wives are in hot pursuit of alimony. Or maybe it’s four good Rabbis chasin a moil. Huh? Well, sure enough I hears the religious ladies sing out: ‘Hold up fella, we have to have someone circumcised’ -- Whether Muslim, Christian, or Jew, the Irish fella in the life jacket answers up: 'No problem darlins pull over. I'm your man.'"
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