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A Limerick with a Lesson

  1. Sep 7, 2004 #1
    A beginner in auto mechanics
    Was experiencing tension and panics
    For the laddie would fear
    Cars would shift out of gear
    So his doctor prescribed him some Xanax

    Now Xanax can be habit forming
    And the lad's doc was so misinforming
    He took more than he ought
    And the plights that this brought
    Were at work, for he wasn't performing

    Aye, the med made this laddie so tired
    That in April, the poor boy was fired
    His recall was quite blurred
    As to what had occurred
    And just how his dilemma transpired

    There was an aspiring mechanic
    With a story, alas, that is tragic
    Too late he discerned
    But the lesson he learned
    Is that no med has wonders like magic

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  3. Sep 7, 2004 #2
    John Stuart Mill
    By a might effort of will
    Overcame his natural bonhomie
    And wrote 'Principles of Political Economy'.
  4. Sep 7, 2004 #3
    The grandson of Albert Einstein
    Is a mighty sly neighbor of mine
    He proposed a new theory
    But I'm awfully leery
    And when asking for funds, I declined
  5. Sep 7, 2004 #4
    Float like a butterfly
    Sting like a bee
    Don't mess with
    Muhammad Ali
  6. Sep 7, 2004 #5
    Just visit sick chicks gone ballistic
    Sadistic hicks, wicked and twisted
    A spell to dispell
    To quell those from hell
    Then me and the gifted witch kick it
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