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Friday Funnies: Part 5 and Procrastination

Hello, Posse!

I hope you have all had a great week and will have something fun planned for the weekend. I am finally feeling close to normal again after the second CoVid19 vaccine shot on Wednesday. For about 24 hours, I felt like a truck had run me over, but it actually cleared up pretty quick.

I actually recovered faster from the second shot than I did after the first one. I have to wonder if the fact that I have been on a new allergy medicine for hay fever the last few weeks had anything to do with this better recovery. Who knows? I'm just glad it's all done with and I can just focus on writing and not have to deal with more doctor appointments!

So, if you read the Wednesday blog, you know that the new part five book is called Into the West: To Save Them All and Into the West: Last showdown is now part six. However, I have not show you the new cover art for the new book. Check out the video below for the new cover art reveal.

Into the West: To Save Them All Cover Art Reveal!

Now that we have the business out of the way, how about a few laughs (or at least a few chuckles and groans) to start off your weekend?




Q: Would you take a college class on how to stop procrastination?

A: Yes, but I'd probably get an “i” for “Incomplete”


Q: Have you heard about the book, The Procrastination Cure?

A: Yes, I've had it in my Amazon shopping cart for six months, one of these days I'll order it.


Person 1: My girlfriend said she wants to break up because of my procrastination.

Person 2: What did you say?

Person 1: I told her we'd talk about it next week.


Teacher: “What should we learn today, kids?”

Student: “Teacher, can you teach us about procrastination?”

Teacher: “That’s a class for another day.”


Q: What do you call it when an entire country of people continually put things off?

A: A procrasti-nation


Cheerleader: What do we want?

Group: To stop procrastination!

Cheerleader: When do we want it?

Group: Soon . . .


Q: Why doesn't anyone believe I will kick my procrastination problem?

A: I'll do it one day, just you wait and see!


Q: Do you know if there is a medicine that cures procrastination?

A: Eh, nevermind, I'd probably put off taking it.


The Top 10 Reasons I Usually Procrastinate


Child: What does procrastination mean?

Parent: I'll tell you tomorrow.


Q: Does your procrastinators club have a motto?

A: Not yet, but we will as soon as we get around to having our first meeting.


Q: Did I tell you the great joke I heard for procrastinators?

A: Actually, it’s kind of long. I’ll post it later.


And last but not least . . .

Q: What country had the worst history of procrastination?

A: Russia. There was a time when they were all for Stalin.



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