When my wife was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she told friends and family that she could not handle sympathy and asked them to send humor instead. Their contributions started coming in and are still coming. Those I thought were seriously funny have been added to my original mix, so what I have now is a compilation of mostly American humor that constitutes a cross section of what I have laughed at during the last 60 years or so, ranging from when I was a child up to material only recently received from unknown sources.
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Charles O. Baker was an avid gardener and former meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Nome, Alaska. He and his wife Margaret raised Charlies three children, made jewelry and scrimshaw, and wrote a number of books on orchids and orchid species. After moving to Portland, Oregon, the Bakers continued gardening, writing, traveling with their dog, squeek, and laughing at the world.
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