For All of Us Who Survived Beings Kids Before the 1980s

John ArmstrongHumor

Now and then I get an anonymous bit of humor that is truly worth a laugh for many more people. Here is one sent to Anita and then forwarded to me. Enjoy! TO ALL THE KIDS WHO SURVIVED THE 1930's, 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's!! First, we survived being born to mothers who smoked and/or drank while they were pregnant. … Read More

No Laughter in Hell?

John ArmstrongHumor

I believe that laughter is unique to humans in all of God’s good creation. I also think that laughter is a great antidote to pride and self-importance. People who do not laugh will miss out on the goodness of God’s creation and thus miss a perfectly delightful and normal expression of God-given joy. In Dante’s "Inferno" and "Paradisio" it is … Read More

Sweet Home Alabama Like You've Never Heard It

John ArmstrongHumor

"Sweet Home Alabama" is a song by Southern Rock band Lynyrd Skynyd that first appeared in 1974 on their second album, Second Helping. Despite some controversy, it reached #8 on the US charts in 1974, and was the band’s second hit single record. It has a kind of unofficial "rock" state song and is proudly played at University of Alabama … Read More

Good Church Humor

John ArmstrongHumor

Sometimes you just need to laugh. Readers Digest often provides the material for some good ones, like these: "He must not be very good at his job" was the first thing that came to mind as I left church. The reason? This notice on the bulletin board: "There will be no healing service this Sunday due to the pastor’s illness." … Read More

A Little Internet Humor

John ArmstrongHumor

It is said that a little humor is good for the soul. And nothing in the modern genre of humor may be better for the soul of Internet readers than fast-spreading Internet humor. My wife was sent as email yesterday that made me laugh out loud. I thought many of my readers would enjoy this as well so I provide … Read More