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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    Ha! Still as funny as when I posted the same joke three post earlier.
    The good thing about Alzeimers is you keep meeting new people and hearing new jokes...hear about the couple that go to a marriage counselor? I forget the rest but the punchline is "my truck"

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    Ha! Still as funny as when I posted the same joke three post earlier.
    Sorry about that. Another senior's moment.
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    Did anybody hear the one about the couple that went to the marriage counselor? He asked ...
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    Sounds familiar but I can't seem to remember

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    One book and one DVD and you’re set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick601 View Post
    The good thing about Alzeimers is you keep meeting new people and hearing new jokes...hear about the couple that go to a marriage counselor? I forget the rest but the punchline is "my truck"
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    Old Ed went into the pro shop complaining that because his eyesight was failing he couldn't play golf any more and wanted to surrender his membership. The pro said "no, no, don't do that. There is another old guy, Bob, who has perfect eyesight and who is also looking to play but can't seem to get anyone to play with, so why don't I hook you up and you can play together and he can watch your shots." They did indeed get together and when old Ed stood on the first tee he turned to Bob and said "Can you watch this?" Bob replied "Absolutely". Ed struck the ball and turned to Bob; "Bob, did you see that?" Bob replied "Sure did. "Okay, where did it go?" Bob:" I forget".

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    So Rene Descartes is sitting at a bar and the bartender asks, "You want another beer?"
    Descartes says "I think not" and immediately disappears.

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    Then there was the magician who walked down the street and turned into a drugstore.

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    A guy with Alzheimer’s slips up to beside a pretty girl at the Bar and says,
    “Do I come here very often ? “.

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    Charles Dickens, it is said, spent many years in the United States and much of that time in New York City. Seeking inspiration for his writing he would often go into a Lower East Side bar and order a martini. Inspiration came because without fail the bartender would ask "olive or twist?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by FELAW View Post
    Charles Dickens, it is said, spent many years in the United States and much of that time in New York City. Seeking inspiration for his writing he would often go into a Lower East Side bar and order a martini. Inspiration came because without fail the bartender would ask "olive or twist?"
    Groan

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    Quote Originally Posted by FELAW View Post
    Charles Dickens, it is said, spent many years in the United States and much of that time in New York City. Seeking inspiration for his writing he would often go into a Lower East Side bar and order a martini. Inspiration came because without fail the bartender would ask "olive or twist?"
    Grooaan.
    That’s as bad as pointing out that George Armstrong Custer was the sharpest-dressing Army officer of his time, as evidenced by the fact that when they found him at the Little Big Horn he was wearing...an Arrow shirt.

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