Humor Home Page
A Certain Sense of
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Here's a peek at some of the material in this part of the site:
Puns and jokes by artist and writer Paul Hall, who had to use humor throughout his world travels to get him out of lots of trouble. Here's a pun example: A guy was afraid to use super glue during rainy weather; somebody told him they were glue-me days. The school kid kept a pot of glue next to his compass because he wanted to stick around. A couple got married in the rain because they were having a wetting.
Late sixties, following the sunset across the states by air...
(Note: I lost the audio narrative (the only version I had) when I had to reformat the hard drive and so far I've been too busy to do another one.).
Across the earthen unheated basement was another room with a likewise rickety door. The occupant was a Norse-like Caucasian who was only called "Cowboy", and his Native American room mate, "Indian", a couple of already old hippies in their late twenties.
(Note: this article is still being written, but I have the audio narrative on this one -- it survived the reformat).
(other articles still being written):
The Leaky Roof
The Island Way
Hitch Hiking from Coast to Coast (for the first time)
Hitch Hiking from Coast to Coast (the second time)
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A Certain Sense of Humor.
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