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A couple was celebrating their golden wedding anniversary on the beach in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Their domestic tranquility had long been the talk of the town.


"What a peaceful & loving couple".



The local newspaper reporter was inquiring as to the secret of their long and happy marriage.


"Well, it dates back to our honeymoon in America," explained the man.

"We visited the Grand Canyon in Arizona and took a trip down to the bottom of the canyon by horse. We hadn't gone too far when my wife's horse stumbled and she almost fell off. My wife looked down at

the horse and quietly said, "That's once."



"We proceeded a little further and horse stumbled again. Once more my wife quietly said, "That's twice."


"We hadn't gone a half-mile when the horse stumbled for the third time. My wife quietly removed a revolver from her purse and shot the horse dead.


I shouted at her, "What's wrong with you, Woman! Why did you shoot the poor animal like that" Are you crazy??"


She looked at ME, and quietly said, "That's once."


"And from that moment.....we have lived happily every after

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Hey TracyLynn, Juliet yall get you any of these Quarters

before they were recalled ?




Tennessee Quarter Recall


Hang on to any of the new State of Tennessee

quarters. If you have them, they may be worth much more than 25

cents. The U.S. Treasury announced today that it is recalling all

of the Tennessee quarters that are part of its program featuring

quarters from each state.


We are recalling all the new Tennessee quarters

that were recently issued," Tennessee Treasury spokesman

Jack Owens said Monday. "This action is being taken after

numerous reports that new

quarters will not work in parking meters, toll

booths, vending machines, pay phones, or other coin-operated



The quarters were issued in the order in which the various states

joined the U.S. and have been a tremendous success among coin

collectors worldwide.


"The problem lies in the unique design of the

Tennessee quarter, which was created by a University of Tennessee

graduate," Owens said.


"Apparently, the duct tape holding the two dimes and the nickel together

keeps jamming the coin-operated devices ... :rofl2:

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