All posts tagged Mike Brimberry

Selectivity in Dining

I received this from Mike Brimberry.

A hungry lion was roaming through the jungle looking for something to eat. He came across two men. One was sitting under a tree and reading a book; the other was typing away on his typewriter. The lion quickly pounced on the man reading the book and devoured him, leaving the other strictly alone.

Even the king of the jungle knows that readers digest and writers cramp.… Read the rest...

Mathematical punishment

This is embellished from a one-liner from Mike Brimberry.

Technical/engineering schools such as MIT and Cal Poly pride themselves on their excellence in teaching mathematical skills. They only got in trouble once in a beginning calculus course in which there was a Friday night exam. It seems that many of the students thought they knew the material so well that they drank beer all afternoon before the exam. By the bad grades on their exams, they learned that alcohol and … Read the rest...

Native American Lunacy

This shaggy tale was from Michael Brimberry; worth *passing* on.

There was a cowboy who went to the outhouse. He heard a noise, so he looked inside. Lo and behold, there was an Indian down in the hole. The cowboy said, “How long have you been down there in that awful hole?”

The Indian replied, “Many moons.”… Read the rest...


I received this almost-shaggy dog from Mike Brimberry.

A tall weather-worn cowboy walked into the saloon and ordered a beer. The regulars quietly observed the drifter through half-closed eyelids. No one spoke, but they all noticed that the stranger’s hat was made of brown wrapping paper. Less obvious was the fact that his shirt and vest were also made of paper, as were his chaps, pants, and even his boots, including the paper spurs. Truth be told, even the saddle, … Read the rest...