Friday, December 23, 2011

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JOKE: The Pope and the Airplane Passenger

A shy gentleman was surprised to find himself seated beside the Pope on an airplane. But he was so shy, he just couldn't bring himself to speak to the Pontiff. An hour into the flight, the pope pulled out a crossword puzzle. "What great luck," thought the shy guy. "I'm good at crosswords. Maybe he'll get stuck and ask me a question. Then I can strike up a conversation." Sure enough, a few minutes later the Pope turned to him and said, "Excuse me, sir. Do you know a four-letter word that refers to a woman, that ends in 'u-n-t?' "

"Oh, my goodness," thought the guy, "I can't say that to the Pope!" He hesitated a while, then had a flash of inspiration. "Sir, I believe the word you're looking for is 'Aunt,' a-u-n-t."

"Why, yes, of course," said the Pope. "Do you have an eraser?"

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After missing for seven years, Indonesian tsunami victim finds way home

A 15-year-old girl who was considered lost in the tsunami that engulfed Aceh in December 2004 proves to be still alive and has found her way back to her home in Lr Sangkis, Ujong Baroh village, West Aceh.

Wati was eight years old when Ujong Baroh village was hit by the tsunami. Her mother, Yusniar, was trying to take her and her two siblings to a safe place but somehow she lost her grip on her mother`s arm and was carried away by the rushing waters, leaving her mother powerless to help her.

Yusniar was able to save her two other children but she and the rest of the family eventually had to resign themselves to the notion that Wati was lost as she never returned nor had anybody in the neigborhood seen her again dead or alive.

But on Wednesday, Ibrahim, Wati`s grandfather in Meulaboh city received an acquaintance at his home who was accompanied by a teenaged girl wearing a blue head scarf. The acquaintance said the girl had come to the Simpang Pelor coffee shop where she just sat in silence. People thought she was a beggar and tried to engage her in conversation.

She claimed she had come to Meulaboh by bus from Banda Aceh and was trying to find her way back home but did not know how. She also could not remember any of her parents` or relatives` names except Ibrahim.

After listening to the acquintance`s account, Ibrahim immediately sensed the girl could be his long lost grandchild and, after a closer look at the dark-skinned girl, was indeed convinced she was Wati who went missing in the tsunami seven years ago,

Ibrahim then sent word to Yusniar and her husband Yusuf to come to his home and meet Wati. The two parents confirmed Wati`s identity after recognizing a small mole and a scar over her eyebrow that Wati got when she was six years old.

What had happened to Wati after she was carried away by the tsunami currents was not immediately disclosed to reporters except that over the years she had been to places in other districts in Aceh province. (*)

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