Joke #1 - Unidentified Flying Object baffles military base, before to getting stuck in tree.
Joke #2 - With the expansion of the astronomy budget, the department head could now observe objects as far away as thirty feet.
Joke #3 - Comet P/1931 Dwipton, on it's closest approach, devastated the bird feeder, destroyed several laundry lines and created havoc and terror lasting for minutes.
Joke #4 - On the most ambitious journey yet attempting to visit the newly discovered dwarf planet, three more men were lost. It was resolved that the space program needed to invest in "a way better ladder, and maybe a mattress or something".
Joke #5 - Cox you-fly-it Venus model kit. None assembly required. Parental supervision required. Or not. Who cares.
Any municipal comedian will tell you there's nothing like a good surveying joke, and Mr.FancyHotGaseousBallsOfInterplanetaryStarStuff_2 will tell you the same. Properly zoned and clearly demarked thanks to MFHGBOISS2 for joke #6!
Joke #6 - " It wasn't funny" said Earl Sagan-Degrasse, when his co-workers painted his glasses black after he tried to look at the Sun through his surveyor's transit. It was actually a large yellow helium balloon they had tricked him into viewing. " I coulda almost went blind!" " But it wasn't REALLY the sun either. Those guys are jerks". "Earl isn't too bright" added one of his co-workers, who had participated in the tom-foolery. ( Earl shown here looking at the balloon, after the photographer assured him he really wouldn't go blind).
Joke #7 is a good old-fashioned prom joke from Jim D. Thanks Jim! On first glance, letting the Science Club decorate for Prom looked like a total disaster - - until we saw they had spent 90% of the budget by lining the dance floor with canisters of nitrous oxide.
[Commenter jokes will be added to the post. -Mgmt.]
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