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Thursday, September 27, 2007

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If you think a weakness can be turned into a strength, I hate to tell you this, but that's another weakness.

– Jack Handey

22 comments:

Jdubbery said...

Is it actually possible to have an intelligent discussion about a Jack Handey quote? I thought that was his underlying purpose: to mock those who delve too deep into something simple.

Anonymous said...

It doesn't have to be an intelligent discussion.

Nick said...

I like Pizza!
Is that unintelligent enough?

cdoyle3857 said...

Intelligence? BAH! Deep thoughts are for the Intellectually challenged...This my friend ,I assure you I am in that category!

Tim said...

But if you were a little weak ant and you saw a big strong guy, you could bite him. He'd probably step on you and squish you but he'd still have a big red rk.

veracarp said...

I had a weak aunt once. But she started using that protien powder and free weights and beat the crap out of my uncle Nick.

tk said...

i always knew this, but pretended not to.

Anonymous said...

Your not to intelligent with a pen in your hand, I'll bet it services you better else where JACK.

Blake said...

This quote is only worth pondering because nobody has ever said it before.

Vera Carp said...

Can somebody hand me the Aloe?

Anonymous said...

Now we see that it is not the keyboard that does your hand justice and I'm quite sure everyone has figured out by now what your hands do best.
I have to laugh. You probably are the only one who laughs at your jokes.
What do I do when I see a green and black thing headed towards me?
I run SCREECHING.

Anonymous said...

Say Good Night Jack!
To me anyway, At least your finally being honest with yourself, cause we both know your not helping anyone but yourself, but you expect different from others.
Some one should pass you the aloe vera cause thats about as close to true love as your gonna get.
See Ya, Love Ya, Keep up your so called good works.

Please said...

Let's keep it clean

Vera Carp said...

It's no use, Please.
There are none so blind as those who will not see.
In fact, there are none so hungry as those who will not eat... and there are none so smelly as those who will not bathe.
Hey, I think I'm on to something!

(Barbara, could you get Mr. Handey on the phone?)

Anonymous said...

a lot of people don't want to accept this, and that's what's so funny about it.

Anonymous said...

Yea actually it is quite funny, isn't it.
People think others are blind yet they see moore and People think they are winning yet are so far behind, and still others are laughing at other peoples pains.
Some People will never learn that there own backyard is in shambles so clean it up first.
Dig-IT

Vera Carp said...

I know what you mean! I kept cleaning up my back yard, and every morning someone put their stuff right back out. So I'd pick it up and throw it over the fence, and it was all back the next morning. And that went on for two weeks until I discovered I was in the wrong house.

Anonymous said...

Jack is right, it is irrational to believe weaknesses can be turned into strength, or that weaknesses are strengths. Antonyms can't be synonyms.

Vera Carp said...

Antonyms, synonyms, why, these are just big words with y's in them! How about "Juxtaposition"? Now that's a very interesting word... and not one single "Y"!

Ann O' Nymous said...

I like syzygy (si-zuh-gee) many Y's. Try spelling it out loud.

Vera Carp said...

Oh, goodness, no, Ann! My tongue wants to live to see tomorrow! I have enough trouble with Ephram Zimbalist Junior. Besides, my sister's daughter is staying over tonight, and who could sleep through all that?

jack handy said...

Oh, my god this is like some freak show!
Like "Last Jack Handy Standing"

One Jack Handy... Priceless.
A room full of Jack Handy wannbees...
(I know this is backwards and cannot, cannot turn out well, but I won't let that stop me!)... a room full of Jack Handy wannabees.... is...not....so good.
I wonder what's on the Food Network.