All posts tagged Rich Bentley

The Irish Virgin

This was sent by Rich Bentley. Thanks. It was new to me.

In a tiny village on the Irish coast lived an old lady, a virgin and very proud of it. Sensing that her final days were rapidly approaching, and desiring to make sure everything was in proper order when she died, she went to the town’s undertaker (who also happened to be the local postal clerk) to make the proper “final” arrangements.

As a last wish, she informed the … Read the rest...

At the Soft Drink Plant

This is by Rich Bentley .

Did I tell you about my new job down at the soft drink plant?

I’m still in training, learning about sanitation, secret formulae to be mixed for various flavors, operation of the bottling equipment and such, but my favorite topic thus far has had to do with the nuances of carbonation.

But then I’ve always liked Fizz-Ed.… Read the rest...

The High School Science Club

This was sent to us by Rich Bently. Thank you, Rich.

A member of the high school science club learned hypnosis, and wanted to share his new skill with his friends, so he taught another member, and she taught another, and so on.

This became known as trancing geek to geek.… Read the rest...

Lester Biddle, a Good Old Boy

I have received the following message from Rich Bentley .

Hello, Brian:

I have scanned your impressive compendium of Feghoots and am truly amazed. Conspicuous by its absence, however, is the story of Lester Biddle.

I first heard it on KSAN, a Country FM radio station in Oakland, CA, in the early 1980’s and have gotten a lot of mileage out of it since then.

Lester Biddle is one of many Texas millionaires, but he is different in that his … Read the rest...

Shopping for Cheese

This is from Rich Bentley who tells us the following.

I’ve really been enjoying your site since coming across it the other day. Thought I would share a true story that took place at the grocery store a couple of months ago.

My wife and I frequently snack on cheese and crackers, and brie is one of our favorite cheeses. Consequently, we like to keep one unopened package in the refrigerator in addition to the partial package left over from … Read the rest...