January 2010

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This is the 5th set from a collection of 180 or so photographs taken during the 1910-1911 deployment of S.M.S. Gneisenau to the Far East. S.M.S. Gneisenau was an armored cruiser of the Kaiserliche Marine, or German Imperial Navy. For the main catalog page of this archive, including the ports and dates visited, see SMS Gneisenau Far East Photo Collection, 1910-1911.

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…and the just keep coming and coming!

  • Why do cows wear bells? Because their horns don’t work.
  • What do you get when you cross a canary and a lawn mower? Shredded tweet.
  • What did the worm say to the caterpillar? What did you do to get that fur coat?
  • What did the sailor say when he saw a boat loaded with ewes? Sheep ahoy!
  • What is the difference between a prizefighter and a man with a cold? One knows his blows, and the other blows his nose!
  • A joke for you! What do Eskimos get from sitting on the ice too long? Polaroids.
  • Where do you get virgin wool from? Ugly sheep.
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Here’s a cool painting of the Matterhorn. Please comment if you happen to know who painted it, or if you have any ideas on how to find out.

Here’s a close-up of the signature.

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This is the 4th set from a collection of 180 or so photographs taken during the 1910-1911 deployment of S.M.S. Gneisenau to the Far East. S.M.S. Gneisenau was an armored cruiser of the Kaiserliche Marine, or German Imperial Navy. For the main catalog page of this archive, including the ports and dates visited, see SMS Gneisenau Far East Photo Collection, 1910-1911.

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This is the 3rd set from a collection of 180 or so photographs taken during the 1910-1911 deployment of S.M.S. Gneisenau to the Far East. S.M.S. Gneisenau was an armored cruiser of the Kaiserliche Marine, or German Imperial Navy. For the main catalog page of this archive, including the ports and dates visited, see SMS Gneisenau Far East Photo Collection, 1910-1911.

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Here are a few more groaners from the many dedicated people who try to post spam as comments on this blog. Please enjoy them now free from their spam payloads. :)

  • What do you get when you cross a rabbit and a spider? A HAREnet!
  • How do crazy people go through the forest? They take the psycho path.
  • What would you get if you put a light bulb in a suit of armor? A knightlight.
  • Why did the pig cross the road? Because he was a road hog.
  • What do you get if you cross a giant and a vampire? A BIG pain in the neck!
  • Why did the dinosaur cross the road? Because there were no chickens in those times.
  • What do you call Santa’s helpers? Subordinate Clauses.
  • What is the difference between a fisherman and a lazy schoolboy? One baits his hook, while the other hates his book.
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This is the 2nd set from a collection of 180 or so photographs taken during the 1910-1911 deployment of S.M.S. Gneisenau to the Far East. S.M.S. Gneisenau was an armored cruiser of the Kaiserliche Marine, or German Imperial Navy. For the main catalog page of this archive, including the ports and dates visited, see SMS Gneisenau Far East Photo Collection, 1910-1911.

Photos contain some nudity.

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This is the 1st set from a collection of 180 or so photographs taken during the 1910-1911 deployment of S.M.S. Gneisenau to the Far East. S.M.S. Gneisenau was an armored cruiser of the Kaiserliche Marine, or German Imperial Navy. For the main catalog page of this archive, including the ports and dates visited, see SMS Gneisenau Far East Photo Collection, 1910-1911.

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This is the 48th and final set from a collection of 380 postcards, mostly of the Kaiserliche Marine, or the German Imperial Navy. For the main catalog page of this archive, visit WWI German Navy Postcard Collection.

This set includes:

  • Deutscher Sommer. (Fields.)
  • Deutscher Sommer. (Family moving hay #2.)
  • Deutscher Sommer. (Man cutting hay.)
  • Deutscher Sommer. (Haystacks in field.)
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