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Greetings all, I'm collecting jokes or funny stories that people might tell in their final minutes before a nuclear bomb falls to help soothe the worry of the people around them.
You can call this number and leave a voicemail! If you'd like me to use your name (first name only is fine) leave it on the voicemail.
Imagine only mins before nuclear bomb falls. What joke/story might you tell to soothe folks nearby? Call (323) XXX-XXXX
I'll be collecting the stories and playing them on a little special solar-powered boombox I'm making.
Last edited by Sasquatch; 04-18-2017 at 10:45 PM.
dude if we are going to be nuked I am drinking myself into oblivion.
oooohhhh "hic" look at thar pretty lights, "hic
nothing to see here, move along.
Please head on over and tell us a little about yourself before you ask people to call your number. I have edited your number out. Once you have introduced yourself feel free to post the number again. If you post the number again without first introducing yourself I'll be forced to ban you from the forum. Nothing personal, we just have a way of doing things around here. We've all gone through it. Thanks for stopping by!
I came here to chew bubblegum and kick ass...and I'm all out of bubblegum.
No disrespect intended, but the last thing I'd do before being nuked would be to listen to jokes on a solar-powered boombox.
There is this thing called "taking cover".
Respect everything, fear nothing.
What part of any holocaust, nuclear or other, is funny? Who would be telling jokes then? You think the Jews were telling jokes as they were being exterminated?
Where I come from we pray to soothe worries.
It was a late Friday night, November 9, 1979 to be exact. I was manning a SAC Command Post at March AFB in California when we received an actual Emergency Action Message and alerted our alert force.
A call was also made to the Wing Commander who at that time was participating in a formal Dining In.
Crews scrambled to their bombers and tanker and were waiting for the next message with engines running.
The Wing Commander walked into the command post to assess the situation, dressed to the nines.
The warble tone sounded again and in the background the commander said "Well I'm Dressed For It".
Fortunately that next message ended the alert and crews shut down their airplanes.
This was the famous November 1979 NORAD computer glitch.
Lil' Kim sitting at a dining table yelling "I said Lunch, not Launch"!!