November 2010
Weekly Reader - Edition 2;Nov2010, Vol. 80, Special section p4
A joke about germs is presented.


Related Articles

  • Inside stories. Jones, David // Nature;12/12/1996, Vol. 384 Issue 6609, p519 

    Presents a tongue-in-cheek theory which uses the inversion of tissues to destroy harmful bacteria in the human body. The technique of cell inversion that would be used; The use of the technique to serve very rare meat as well.

  • MUSICAL EVENTS.  // New Yorker;3/28/1964, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p152 

    The article presents two jokes, including the unexplored territories of microorganisms and cinema according to University Methodist chaplain Jack Carroll.

  • The well-made bed: an unappreciated public health risk. Patterson, Robert; Stewart-Patterson, Christopher // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/11/2001, Vol. 165 Issue 12, p1591 

    Presents a humorous look at the public health risks associated with a well-made bed. View that bed-making can be unhygienic and the mechanics of straightening the corners and fluffing the pillows is physically injurious and adversely affects mental well-being; History of beds; Review of...

  • Is there such a thing as women's humor? Caliskan, Sevda // American Studies International;Oct95, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p49 

    Discusses the categorical incompatibility of women and humor. Tendency to regard literary humor as a distinctly male province; Superiority theory outlined by Thomas Hobbes and Henri Bergson; Theory of incongruity advanced by Immanuel Kant and elaborated by Arthur Schopenhauer; Groucho Marx;...

  • Things you'd love to hear but won't.  // Cosmopolitan;Mar1993, Vol. 214 Issue 3, p130 

    Presents humorous quotes that you would love to hear from different people but probably won't. From the bank; From a state trooper; From your mother; From a department store; From health-club trainer/expert; From workout partners at the gym; From your hairdresser; From your married lover; From...

  • A serious attempt to be a funny lady. Panerio, Carol // Christian Science Monitor;12/17/97, Vol. 90 Issue 16, p17 

    Relates the author's attempts to bring humor into her life. The serious way her father's family looked at life; How the author failed at trying to be funny; The various things she tried; How her family viewed her attempts.

  • Humor gets the last laugh. Holmstrom, David // Christian Science Monitor;5/6/97, Vol. 89 Issue 112, p1 

    Reports on the growing popularity of humor and comedy in the United States, as Americans react to the frustrations of demanding and stressful daily lives. Thousands of jokes which are flowing back and forth on the Internet; Use of `humor carts' by hospitals to trigger healing laughter in patients.

  • Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Mar1996, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p38 

    Presents humorous facts and stories about the Earth. Includes the making of a giant ball of twine in Darwin Minnesota; Henry Cope of Brighton, England's passion for green color; Nutritional value of junk food.

  • Strange world. Strange, WIl B. // Campus Life;Jan1997, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p70 

    Presents several jokes. There's a fly in my Coupe!; Chilly dips; Real ham burglar.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics