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Jest for Fun

19 January 2007

He: "We can't afford to go to Atlantic City on our budget."

She: "I have an idea how we can."

He: "How?"

She: "Have two budgets."

* * * * *

"We saw the erupting volcano attraction at the Mirage Casino in Las Vegas."

"What?"

"Volcano. You know, one of those things that belches and spits fire."

"You mean, you saw my mother-in-law there?"

* * * * *

A panhandler stopped a man counting out of a casino in Atlantic City and asked him for money for a cup of coffee.

"What's the idea," said the man indignantly, "stopping people on the boardwalk and asking for money!"

"What do you want me to do?" asked the panhandler. "Open an office?"

* * * * *

A passing motorist heard a woman scream for help in a park near Lake Tahoe. He stopped the car, rushed up to the woman to find that her little boy had swallowed a dime. Quickly, the man grabbed the little boy by the heels and shook him upside down until the dime fell to the ground.

"Oh, doctor," said the lady. "It certainly was lucky you happened by. You knew just how to get the dime out of him."

"But I'm not a doctor," said the good Samaritan. "I'm a casino credit manager."

* * * * *

A tourist tossed a quarter into a blind man's tin cup on the boardwalk in Atlantic City. The quarter missed and started rolling along the boardwalk. But the blind man quickly put his foot on it.

"Hey," shouted the tourist. "I thought you were blind."

"Oh, I'm not the regular blind man," said the fake blind man. "I'm just taking his place today. This is his day off, and he's inside the Taj Mahal playing blackjack."

Larry Mak
Larry Mak is a former science writer at the California Institute of Technology and he is currently a freelance gaming author.

Books by Larry Mak:

Larry Mak
Larry Mak is a former science writer at the California Institute of Technology and he is currently a freelance gaming author.

Books by Larry Mak: