Radio Derb will be up on time today!
It contains the following segment, which I post here only because I want to be among the first with gay-caveman jokes:
Archeologists in the Czech Republic have found what they believe to be the first instance of a gay cave-man. Investigating an ancient burial place in a suburb of Prague, they came across a skeleton buried with its head pointing eastwards and surrounded by domestic jugs. This type of burial has only previously been seen in female graves. Quote from lead archeologist Kamila Remisova Vesinova, quote: “We know that people from this period took funeral rites very seriously so it is highly unlikely that this positioning was a mistake.” End quote. She further explained that none of the objects that usually accompany male burials — such as weapons, stone battle axes and flint knives — were found in the grave; just those jugs and a simply fabulous piece of antique glassware.
Yes, once again, National Review Online is out ahead of the pack.
P.S.: This week’s RD has Bob Dylan jokes, too!