An events promoter who wants to stage a Running of the Bulls Festival in Cave Creek, Arizona, is facing opposition from the town council. One council member proposed an alternative - a GOP presidential candidate debate so the runners can chase the bull.
GOP presidential candidates are criticizing Mitt Romney for flip-flopping on issues such as gay marriage. Michele Bachmann said, "You'll never see me heeing and hawing about marriage between a man and a woman." She said that's the only fact she can keep straight.
Michele Bachmann said we won't find YouTube clips of her speaking in support of Roe versus Wade. She said that's because people who can't swim should stay out of row boats and remain in the wading pool.
Paul McCartney married Nancy Shevell, who is vice president of a successful New Jersey trucking company. The former Beatle did ask Shevell to sign a pre-nup that in case of a breakup she will loan him a U-Haul trailer.
Florida State Legislator Bill Workman plans to introduce a bill to repeal a law passed in 1989 that made dwarf tossing illegal. Workman said his bill will create jobs for little people. I think the little people should start by tossing Workman out of office.
Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang celebrated Charlie Brown's 61st birthday this month. Shroeder was going to provide entertainment, but the arthritis in his fingers was flaring up.
I can't imagine growing up without Peanuts. They taste so good covered with chocolate.
Snoopy was really smart. He taught me that you don't have to worry about keeping a roof over your head because you can sleep quite comfortably with a roof under your head.
If Charlie Brown had grown up to be an adult, he probably would have been a fireman so he could rescue his kite from the kite-eating tree.
Oct. 3 was Virus Appreciation Day. I observed it by sending the flu virus a Don't-Get-Well card.
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