Today's joke comes from James Gordon of Wadsworth.
Today's joke is from Christy Matuska.
This joke from Ron Cogan was good enough to earn Joke Of The Week!
Today's joke comes from Joe Duncan of Uniontown.
Katie Ross of Akron sent us this one...
Joke of the Week winner is Joe Immler of Akron. He wins The Works from The Klaben Auto Stores in Kent!! Here's his joke:
A Navy fighter pilot had to crash land his plane on a carrier. It was quite a wreck and he woke up a week later in the hospital, in severe pain. He found himself in the ICU with tubes and IV drips in both arms, a breathing mask, and wires monitoring every function and a nurse hovering over him. It was obvious he was in a life threatening situation.
The nurse gave him a serious look, straight into his eyes.
Knowing he was not only a fighter pilot but a sailor,she spoke to him softly and slowly,enunciating each word:
"You may not feel anything from the waist down."
Somehow he managed to mumble in reply, "OK then,
Can you take off your blouse?
Chris Cornell was remembered today, on what would have been his 53rd birthday, by something he was passionate about - helping kids. The Chris and Vicky Cornell Foundation announced that they have partnered with Seattle nonprofit Childhaven to create a music therapy program in Chris's memory. The program will help trauma-affected children. Vicky Cornell said, "Chris and I always shared a stron belief in the healing and inspiring power of music. And through Childhaven's establishment of this program, we are able to keep teh promise for Chris by continuing to protect the world's most vulnerable children."
Linkin Park Frontman, Chester Bennington, was found dead in his home this morning by an apparent suicide by hanging. Benninhton died on what would have been Chris Cornell's 53rd birthday. He was close friends with Cornell, and even sang at his funeral. Chester Bennington was 41, and is survived by six children and his wife, Talinda.
Every year the Recording Acadeny honors an individual musician as the MusiCares Person of the Year - but for the first time ever, the 2018 honoree won't be a person, but a band. Fleetwood Mac will be celebrated with a star-studded concert gala during Grammy Week on January 26th at Radio City Music Hall in New York. They're being recognized for their career achievements and charitable efforts, including their longtime support of MusicCares. The gala benefits the MusiCares Foundation, which provides medical, financial and personal assistance to in-need music community members.
Zakk Wylde is heading out on the road for a three-week tour with his Black Sabbath tribute band, Zakk Sabbath. Look for them to pull into the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland on September 28th.