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November 28, 2007

This Just In

The best jokes used to come from the Soviet Union. Here's one I especially like:

A Western journalist is talking with several Russians in a cafe, and he naively asks them what they think of Comrade Stalin. They stare at him in silence. But then, when the reporter leaves, one man follows and offers to share his true opinion of the Great Leader -- provided the reporter is willing to meet at midnight on the banks of the Moskva River. The reporter agrees, and that night they meet. The man insists on getting into a boat and rowing out into the middle of the river, where amid bitter winds and bobbing ice floes, he leans forward and whispers into the reporter's ear: "I like him!"

If you enjoyed this joke, then don't miss this news bulletin from the Onion.

Posted by mbayles at November 28, 2007 7:59 PM

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