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Jest for Fun

23 March 2007

Two men were speaking. "It's sad about our friend Joe losing a fortune at the tables. Half of his relatives don't know him anymore."

"And what about the other half?" asked the second man.

"Oh, they don't know yet."

* * * * *

A. "Do you believe in palmistry?"

B. "Well, not exactly. But the other night I took a look at a lady poker player's hand and at one glance I knew she'd be lucky."

A. "Why? How could you tell?"

B. "Simple. She had four aces in it."

* * * * *

Money talks, but it never gives itself away.

* * * * *

A. "When my wife and I go to Las Vegas, we're up as soon as the first rays of the sun come into our room."

B. "Isn't that a rather early time to get up and start gambling?"

A. "No. The room we usually stay in faces west."

* * * * *

Elementary teacher to gambler's son: "Billy, spell the word 'straight'."

Gambler's son: "S-t-r-a-i-g-h-t."

Teacher: "That's right. Now what does it mean?"

Gambler's son: "Without ginger ale."

* * * * *

A Kentuckian who spent his life in the remote Kentucky mountains went to Las Vegas. He was absolutely amazed at what he saw at the airport and along the route to his casino hotel. But his eyes really popped when he saw a little old lady enter an elevator. The door closed, a little red light went on, and she was gone. He almost fell over when a few moments later the same door opened and out stepped a beautiful young girl. "Well, I'll be doggoned," he said. "If I'd a known about that contraption, I'd a brung my old woman along."

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: