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Intellectual Jokes
Recently, on Facebook, Grant posted a called out for intellectual jokes. Some of them were quite good. Then yesterday I received an email of a newsletter of the New Zealand Listener. I had subscribed to it a long time ago. I can't remember the last time I got one from them. The first thing I noticed was an article, 15 of the best intellectual jokes. Here is the link: http://www.listener.co.nz/commentary/the-internaut/15-of-the-funniest-intellectual-jokes/?ref=e
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2013/07/18
5:11am
mahashakti
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Recently, on Facebook, Grant posted a called out for intellectual jokes. Then yesterday I received an email newsletter of the New Zealand Listener. I had subscribed to it a long time ago. I can't remember the last time I got one from them. The first thing I noticed was an article, 15 of the best intellectual jokes. So I thought I'd post the link

 

2013/07/18
8:40am
Heimhenge
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Heard some of them, a few were new, especially enjoyed #8. Yeah, I'm a science nerd. #12 seems to be two jokes run together with the last line missing its own number, or am I missing something?

Here's more of (nearly) the same genre from a site I visit regularly: http://sciencejokesdaily.com/

 

2013/07/18
12:56pm
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My most recent offering was this:

Three logicians walk into a bar. The bartender asks, "Do you all want beer?"
The first one replies, "I don't know."
The second one replies, "I don't know, either."
The third replies, "Yes, we all want beer."

I recently sent this joke in an e-mail to a former college roommate who is a professor at a college. He replied that my e-mail arrived during a thesis defense. When the defense proper was over, before the review panel began to deliberate, he began to read the joke to his fellow panel members. A few words into it, one of the panelists broke in, saying that he knew it. His version:

Three logicians walk into a bar. The bartender asks, "Do any of you want beer?"
The first one replies, "I don't know."
The second one replies, "I don't know, either."
The third replies, "No, none of us want beer."

As it turns out, this nonalcoholic version was from a panelist from BYU. We got a big laugh from how different college cultures had an impact on this joke.

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