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On 8/15/2022 at 2:59 PM, 2chiefs said:

A Rabbi and his friend, a Catholic priest, were having a discussion
when the rabbi asked "Could you ever be promoted within your church?"

The priest responded, "Well, one day, I hope to become a bishop."

The rabbi asked, "And then?"

The priest though for a second and responded, "Well, then I might become a cardinal."

The rabbi again asked, "And then?"

The priest again pondered the question before responding "Then I would become Pope!"

The rabbi, still unsatisfied, asked "And then?"

The priest, exasperated, cried "What else could I become? God Himself!?"

The rabbi quietly responded "One of our boys made it"

Thought you were gonna tell the one where the priest asks the rabbi what he should not do.
’Eat a ham sandwich’, replies the rabbi. ‘What about you?’ he asks the priest.

’No sex’ was the answer.

’Hmm!’ Says the rabbi. ‘No ham seems like a much better deal’.

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12 minutes ago, Keys Kathy said:

I am blonde, I just don't get this one.

When a cat sits on your lap and kneads you with their paws, it's known as making biscuits.😀 😹

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6 minutes ago, cruise wizard said:

 

A 19" Panasonic black & white TV was a BIG screen back when I was first married and a round 10 - 12" was big for my Mom and Dad's first TV (I think that it was a Philco or RCA).

I remember those black & white TVs!!

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1 hour ago, cruise wizard said:

 

A 19" Panasonic black & white TV was a BIG screen back when I was first married and a round 10 - 12" was big for my Mom and Dad's first TV (I think that it was a Philco or RCA).

When my parents passed and I was going through their papers I found a receipt for a 19" black & white Philco. Unbelievably, it was over $500 even in the late 1950's (that was a lot of money!!). They had to take out a major loan to buy it. Also, the first time I had ever seen a color TV was when I was 12 years old in 1962. I was collecting money from customers on my paper route and while standing at the front door of a customer, I saw their TV in color during the evening news. I was floored!! 

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