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Old 02-18-2011, 12:18 PM   #1
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Man walks into a bar....

The bar was near the top of one of the highest skyscrapers in NYC. There was only a couple of people there and he sat down and ordered a drink. There was a great view of the skyline and making small talk he said to a guy beside him. " pretty windy today". The guy said "yeah, I was just sitting here watching that". Then he said, "you know, it is so windy, I believe I could jump off the balcony and the wind would just blow me back up - I think I'll try it."
With that he walked to the rail and hopped over. Sure enough he popped right back up. "Wow" said the newcomer, "that is something". The guy said "I think I'll try it again", and hopped over a second time and almost immediately popped right back. After the third and fourth time the newcomer says, " I think I'll try it". He hopped over the rail and a few seconds later crashed into the sidewalk many floors below.
The bartender looked at the guy and said, "You know Superman, you are a mean SOB when you have been drinking".

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A man walks into a bar...OUCH!

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