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Jest for Fun

15 January 2011

"Doctor," a wife begs the psychiatrist, "you've got to help my husband. He thinks he's a racehorse. He walks on all fours, eats hay, and wants to sleep in a stable."

"Strange," said the psychiatrist, "but I think I can cure him. The treatment, however, will be lengthy and costly."

"Money is no object," said the wife. "He's already won four races."

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An astrologer gave my wife bad news. He told her when she goes to a casino not to gamble on any day that ends in a "y".

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A casino manager hires a private detective to find a missing casino accountant. "Was he tall or short?" asked the detective.

"Both," said the casino manager.

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I'll never forget my trip to Lake Tahoe -- no matter how hard I try.

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A married couple were at the airport waiting for their flight to Las Vegas. At boarding time there was an announcement that there would be a half-hour delay in departure time.

"Well," said the husband looking at his watch, "that'll save me $200."

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In case of an earthquake, go to a keno lounge. Nothing is ever hit in one.

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It's strange. Gambling was once called a vice. Now it's considered entertainment.

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There was a casino in Las Vegas that featured a topless ventriloquist. No one has ever seen her lips move.

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All the toilet seats where stolen from the restroom in the Las Vegas police headquarters. The police have nothing to go on.

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Old Gambler's Saying. A good gambler knows when to quit winners. A better gambler knows when to quit losers.

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: