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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


April 6, 2002 - Issue 58


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by Vicki Lockard from various sources


Cool Links Penguin


  April is National Humor Month, so it's time to LOL* as we discover the funniest jokes on the Internet. And lest you feel like you're wasting your time, remember, according to many studies, laughter is good for you. What better way to celebrate World Health Day (April 7) than by giving yourself the gift of healing laughter!


All Kid's Humor
Offering family safe fun for kids and adults!


Arizona Kid's Net
Jokes usually don't need instructions (listen, and then laugh or groan as appropriate) but the Az Kids Net Jokes are interactive and require your participation by clicking or hovering your mouse. Each joke section of Az Kids Net is formatted a little differently, so you'll need to read the directions. For example, the Knock Knock jokes require you to mouse over (but not click) on "Who's there?" and then again on "Answer," while Silly States needs a mouse click on the "Answer" button. All this clicking and mousing adds up to great fun, so don't miss it.


OWLKids Joke Zone
OWLKids of Canada serves up riddles, knock-knock jokes and moaners in a fun format that doesn't ruin the punch line. "Why is an egg like a promise?" To find out you'll need to click on the "???" button. After the jokes, explore the rest of the site, which features puzzles and articles from the publishers of three children's magazines: Chirp (for three to six year olds,) ChickaDEE (for kids six to nine,) and OWL (for nine and up).


Their collection tops 12,175 jokes in more than a dozen categories. Some topics are tried-and-true favorites such as Riddles and Knock Knock Jokes, while others are novel categories such as Internet Jokes, Boy Jokes and Girl Jokes. All joked out? also has a Games page.

Smirk City
"Welcome to Smirk City. The current population is 10,054 jokes." That's a lot of jokes! The kid-submitted jokes are categorized into wacky neighborhoods such as Yuk Street and Groansboro. While touring the town, be sure to vote for your favorite joke, and don't forget to submit a joke or two of your own.


Students And Teachers Against Racism announces their new website that offers insight into the Native American perspective to teachers and educators.


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