Cliff Johnson’s Treasures from the InterWeb  

>Take One<

Someone just honked to get me out of my parking space faster.

So now I have to sit here until one of us is dead.

>Take Two<

I hate it when the parents of a newborn child ask me who the baby looks like: Mom or Dad?

The kid was born 6 minutes ago. It looks like a baked potato.

>Take Three<

Maybe aliens haven’t visited our solar system because we only have 1 star.

Most likely, they’re looking for a solar system that received a 4-5 star rating.

>Take Four<

Him: Where do you want to eat?

Her: Wherever you pick is fine.

Narrator: He soon discovered that wherever was not fine.

>Take Five<

If you see someone at the movie theater buying candy, popcorn, and a soda, then they are a drug dealer.

There is no other explanation for that type of income.

>Take Six<

Lasers were once a huge scientific breakthrough. Now we use them to play with cats.

Computers were once a huge scientific breakthrough. Now we use them to look at videos of cats.

Conclusion: Scientists are cats.

>Take Seven<

And so ends another week without me becoming unexpectedly rich.



This month’s Bonus features the art of Steve Cutts, a sardonic look at today’s society.

For folks using the Chrome browser, you will notice that all the videos load properly now.

My new treasure hunt, The Astana Challenge, is now available from Amazon and others.

CRAFTPUPPET, my once and future novel, moseys along. Read Chapter One: Spirit Moon.

Play my classic games on Macintosh or Windows. Go to Downloads. They’re easy to install and work great on all desktops and laptops. You may not have played 3 in Three (1990 Macintosh only).

And if you enjoyed The Fool’s Errand, then I’d recommend The Fool and his Money. It contains over five times more puzzles, has lots of twists and turns, and rewards you with a grand finale.