WHITE'S Wagging Tongue

White, Cynthia
November 2007
Munday Courier (TX);11/7/2007, Vol. 34 Issue 49, p3
Several jokes are presented about miscellaneous topics including grocery store sign boards, leaves of absence and the arrest of a crime offender.


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