The doctors had been on strike for several days before anyone figured out what was going on, because nobody could read their picket signs.
Bass and treble had never gotten along, but things got really serious one day at the staff meeting.
This is what we might hear if symphonies had play-by-play announcers.
If you really needed to get to a particular, pre-determined location, you wouldn’t have used the Zen GPS system anyway, would you?
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel made waves this week when he vowed to block Chick-fil-A from opening in the city because of the political donations of the company’s ownership — saying the company’s religious donations don’t reflect “Chicago values.” At the same time, Emanuel was welcoming Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan’s offer to send men to help patrol the streets of the city. Farrakhan’s oft-stated hatred of various other groups is obviously a Chicago value in Emanuel’s mind.