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Partly to Mostly Funny: The Ultimate Weather Joke Book

by Jon Malay American Meteorological Society
Pub Date:
12/2013
ISBN:
9781935704607
Format:
Hbk 224 pages
Price:
AU$67.00 NZ$68.70
Product Status: In Stock Now
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Q: Where did the meteorologist stop for a drink on the way home from a long day at work? A: The nearest isobar! Q: What's the difference between partly cloudy and partly sunny? A: It's never partly sunny at night! Q: Do you know what they call people who believe in letting a smile be their umbrella? A: Wet! When rain falls on a wedding or graduation yet the day is clear everywhere else, or when unexpected sunshine makes a laughingstock out of a prediction of a stormy day, it is good to keep a sense of humor about the weather. Thankfully there are a wealth of weather jokes to tickle the funny bone of anyone who makes a hobby or career out of weather watching. Partly to Mostly Funny revels in puns, wordplay, and cartoons that take a lighter look at weather, climate, and the life of a meteorologist. They will evoke lighthearted chuckles from professionals, cheering up those who must keep their eyes trained on sometimes darkening skies, and will delight the rest of us with the sillier side of weather.
Jon MalayAis a senior executive at Lockheed Martin Corporationas Washington Operations. He is a fellow of the American Meteorological Society and recently served as its president.A