Category Archive: Jokes

Content Farm

In the course of human history we have become quite adept at taking activities that used to require craftsmanship, precision, and skill and figuring out how to mass produce the products. Machines have… Continue reading

What We Choose to Pray For

When I was in seventh grade I took a school trip to Costa Rica. I saw many amazing things on that trip: rainforests, tropical animals, volcanic eruptions, death-defying mountain roads. But despite the… Continue reading

What do Happy Days and Star Trek have in Common?

No two things are completely different from one another. Now, I’m sure many of you out there are like me and thoroughly enjoy nitpicking away at authoritative statements. This attitude is welcome, but… Continue reading

Vampire Hunter

The people had been gathered outside of his house for days. Old grandmothers seeking protection for their children. Young, brash men who, despite their allusions of bravery, were too afraid to face their… Continue reading

Too Cool for Manners?

TV talk show hosts and guests are rude. Whenever they come back from commercial, they are always chatting it up, having a great time with some private conversation the folks at home can’t… Continue reading

Halloween!

All Railroads!

Godparents

If you ever find out you have a fairy godmother or father, it doesn’t mean you are extra special, or have some grand destiny in store. All it means is that your parents… Continue reading

When I am rich…

I can’t wait until I’m rich. Then I will host lavish parties every day at incredible expense. There will be celebrities, and popular bands, and even a few circus animals. The best part… Continue reading

Beware: Humanitarians

For someone who doesn’t know better, the word humanitarian could be taken to mean a person who regularly eats humans. Vegetarians eat vegetables; humanitarians ought to eat humans. Humanitarians are always hosting charity… Continue reading

Labor Day Sabbath

States and Religions serve many of the same purposes. As a result, these two most common of human institutions are often in competition with each other. Most religions have some form of Sabbath:… Continue reading

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