Friday, November 10, 2017

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johnny optimism, medical, humor, sick, jokes, boy, wheelchair, doctors, hospital, stilton jarlsberg, chalk outline, floor, buffer, wax, cops

4 comments:

TrickyRicky said...

I would have thought it was to make it harder for the inmates, er, patients to escape.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@TrickyRicky- I'm sure that's a secondary benefit.

John Robert Mallernee said...


HAPPY 242d BIRTHDAY to our own UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS ! ! !

In December of 1967, I tried to enlist in the United States Marine Corps, but was turned down, so I volunteered to be drafted and went into the United States Army.

Audie Murphy also went into the United States Army after being turned down by the United States Marine Corps, and he became America's most decorated hero in the Second World War.

Bruce Bleu said...

I heard that a patient who was a teacher made an officer draw chalk outlines 100 times as punishment for running in the hallways, (well, that's what I heard).