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October 01, 2015


Last night was Parents' Night at my daughter's high school. It's a good opportunity to get to know the teachers.



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"You come here often?"

"C'mon baby, have a heart."

"Is this thing on?"

"Thank you, folks. I'll be here all week. Remember to tip your server."

Dave looks partially armless in that photo.

Nice picture Dr. Dave. I see that you too wear many hats.

- as the American flag drips down the very arms & legs of our withered nation, what has become a skeleton of our former selves, with perhaps One foot left to stand on, Dave Barry listens intently for a heartbeat, Any sign of Life, and hears
' dem bones gonna rise again! '

They've worked their fingers to the bone . . . and everything else as well.

What Jeff said. Was Sophie cringing in embarrassment all night?

this is an obvious forgery - Dave's daughter is still in pre-school for one, and who is this man in the ecru shirt?


The first term on the board behind Dr. Dave:

There are three major known groups of Archaebacteria: methanogens, halophiles, and thermophiles. The methanogens are anaerobic bacteria that produce methane. They are found in sewage treatment plants, bogs, and the intestinal tracts of ruminants. (moo!) Ancient methanogens are the source of natural gas. (This is what powers the geezer bus.)

Tonight, on PTA cable: Dave Barry recreates his favorite scenes from "Bones." Har!

(Dave, the teacher's over there>>>>>>....)

Dave really has a way with people doesn't he? Just look at the smile on that skeleton's face.

You're supposed to put the stethoscope over the heart, not the sternum. Assuming there is a heart.

Calista Flockhart was at the meeting ?

"He's dead, Jim."

"Damn it! I'm a doctor, not a humor columnist!"

*snorkage* @ Ms. Flukey

Can you hear me now?

Dave, did you break that wheel on the bottom of the stand?

I mean, who doesn't have skeletons in the closet?

And I saw the WienerMobile as I was driving home today!

HIGH SCHOOL?!!! Holy Crap we're getting old.

HIGH school? When did THAT happen?

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