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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A retiring Pennsylvania Turnpike worker decided brutal honesty was the way to go when he filled out an exit survey after a 35-year career.

Instead of emailing it only to the human resources department, he hit the "reply all" button, sending his critique of the operation to more than 2,000 colleagues.

Midlevel manager Michael Stuban tells The Philadelphia Daily News that the agency asked for honesty, and he delivered.

He made it clear that he liked his job, but thought the turnpike commission was run by 'out of touch' executives taking care of politically-connected friends.

Joke stolen from: Training2Laugh

Deep in the heart of the jungle, a safari found itself surrounded by fierce-looking natives. As they moved nearby, one man remembered a trick he saw in a movie. He pulled out his Bic lighter, flicked the flame towards the native group's leader. The astonished native moved back several feet and gasped, "That's incredible!"

The man waved the flame before him and shouted, "You'd better believe it's incredible!"

The native answered, "Yeah, my lighter never works on the first try!" I is a college graduate.

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My four-year-old daughter had the flu: achy, fever, hoarse, so I took her to the doctor's office. He listened to her breathing and checked her ears, then he asked, "So what bothers you the most?"

She replied, "My little brother. He's always in my stuff!"

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DEAL, N.J. - Authorities say two men took a taxi to a home they planned to rob but then stiffed the driver on the fare, leading him to report them to police.

Deal police say 46-year-old Kenneth Burke and 38-year-old Timothy Foote are charged with burglary, conspiracy, theft and criminal trespass.

Authorities say the men told the driver to wait outside the home Friday, and they soon returned with a television and liquor bottles. The driver then took them to an apartment in Asbury Park, but they didn't pay the fare.

The driver called Asbury Park police, who soon notified Deal police about the burglary.

Bail was set at $20,000. It wasn't clear Wednesday if either had an attorney.

Joke stolen from: Training2Laugh

My four-year-old daughter had the flu: achy, fever, hoarse, so I took her to the doctor's office. He listened to her breathing and checked her ears, then he asked, "So what bothers you the most?"

She replied, "My little brother. He's always in my stuff!"