Joke Of The Day
Tom and Bill took a summer job as caddies at a local golf course. It was the perfect job for two 16-year-olds.
Old Ben was a member of the same club. Even though he was the meanest man at the club, he also made the best peach moonshine in the county. Every Saturday, he always requested either Tom or Bill to be his caddie. It seemed that were ones that could tolerate his verbal abuse.
Once the boys grew into men, they received a letter from Old Ben requesting their presence at his hospital bed. Both agreed, and standing beside the old man’s bed, Ben said, “Boys, I’m dying and I want to make my peace. Will y’all accept my apology for the way I treated you at the golf course?”
“Yes sir, we will,” the boys agreed.
Old Ben handed Bill a mason jar and said, “Boys, I have one last request: this is a make of my finest peach moonshine. Please pour it on my grave when I pass.”
“Yes sir, we will,” the boys said.
The day came, and Tom and Bill headed to the cemetery with the mason jar in hand. It took them over an hour to find the grave.
“Here it is, “ Tom said.
Bill handed Tom an empty jar.
Tom asked Bill what happened to the moonshine they were supposed to pour on Old Ben’s grave.
“I thought I’d pass it through my kidneys first,” Bill said.
(Submitted by reader Mike B.)
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Filling out some paperwork for my Masters program at USC today and the questions about broadcast curriculum have me missing work so much! The teams, the adrenaline, the dusty parking areas for golf carts, the early mornings, the media center food, and all the things that go into behind the scenes production. I miss it all. Hoping we will be back soon and better than ever. And I can’t wait to start school this summer! Hey, at least the timing worked out so that I won’t have as many work obligations conflicting with classes so I’ll take whatever silver lining I can get! @uscannenberg @usga