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Just Ask Alice

 

DEAR ALICE: Since Harold Camping’s prediction that the end of the world or Rapture would happen on May 21 didn’t come true, is he making other predictions?

—CURIOUS IN CAMPTOWN

DEAR CUR: Yes, but this time he’s chosen to make a prediction with better odds that it will actually happen. He’s predicting that the end of the month will come on June 30.

—ALICE

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DEAR ALICE: How was it that TV came to be known as a medium?

—WONDERING IN

WYALUSING

DEAR WO: It’s because the stuff you see on TV is hardly ever well done.

—ALICE

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DEAR ALICE: My uncle is constantly giving me advice and most of the time what he tells me is wrong. How can I get him to stop?

—POORLY ADVISED,

POTTERVILLE

DEAR POO: Tell your uncle you’ve decided to stop taking his free advice because it’s worth what you pay for it.

—ALICE

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DEAR ALICE: My husband is suggesting that when he retires next year we spend several years visiting our nation’s national parks in our RV. Any suggestions?

—HAPPY CAMPER,

HERRICK

DEAR HAP: I hear that some national parks have a waiting list of a year or more for reservations. For me, waiting a year for an opportunity to sleep in the woods seems outlandish.

—ALICE

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DEAR ALICE: My wife and I will soon be celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary. Can you suggest a nice place I can take her?

—LOVELTON LOVERS

DEAR LOV: Not really. I’m not the person to ask about this. My husband has taken me to all sorts of places, but I’ve always managed to find my way back.

—ALICE

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DEAR  ALICE: What’s your definition of a geek? I hear this word used often but don’t really know what it means.

—WONDERING IN WYSOX

DEAR WOND: A geek is someone who has to log onto the internet to find out how to use a phonebook.

—ALICE

 

 


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