“Why did the Internet cross the road?”


“To go down on the other side.”


 The Internet walked into a bar and the bartender said, “What will it be?”

And the Internet said, “I’ll have a Spam on the rocks, please.”

The bartender brought the Internet Spam on the rocks and said, “You look cheerful.”

“I am,” said the Internet.

“Why?” asked the bartender.

“Because I am down, but not out.”


“How many Internets does it take to change a light bulb?”

“How many?”

“Two, one to carve the turkey and the other to write a book.”

“Wait a minute.  Your answer does not make any sense.”

“You’re right.”


You will never see the Internet buying real estate.


“Knock.  Knock.”

“Who’s there?”

“The Internet.”

“The Internet?  What are you doing here?  You’re down.”

“Yes, but I am not out.”


“What did one website say to the other?”

“I dunno.”

“It said, ‘Do you believe in spiders?’ “


Does the Internet being down have anything to do with the Law of Gravity?


The Great Questions:

1 – Is there a God?

2 – What is the Meaning of Life?

3 – Where does the Internet go when it goes down?


A little surrealistic silliness . . .

“The Internet would not go down if it owned a fridge and stove.”

“Why is that?”

“Salvador Dali loves fridges and stoves.  This is obvious if you examine his paintings.  If the Internet owned a fridge and stove, Dali would keep it up by marrying it and living melting clocks ever after.”


“When did the Internet go down?”

“Just after it was vaccinated.”

“Just after it was vaccinated?  Is there a connection?”







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