Hopefully, today’s Donald Trump jokes won’t offend my American friends. It’s not like I’ve made these jokes up myself you know, I get them in emails which I store for just such an occasion. Besides, Trump only has himself to blame. I reckon he should spend less time on Twitter and more time looking after the States.
Hey guys, welcome to today’s Friday Funnies post about doctor jokes. Today’s doctor jokes post, as all my Fridays Funnies are, is thanks to the many jokes emails I receive daily.
The Cardiologist Doctor Jokes
A Lexus mechanic was removing a cylinder head from the motor of an LS460 when he spotted a well-known cardiologist in his shop. The cardiologist was waiting for the service manager to have a look at his car. The mechanic shouted to the waiting, cardiologist, “Hey Doc, want to take a look at this?”
I bought my Canon MG7160 some time ago, and it connected flawlessly to my home Wi-Fi. That was until last night when I tried to scan a document. Damn! That’s when I found out my Canon MG7160 not scanning at all. For some reason, the MacBook Pro would print wirelessly, but when it came to scanning, the Canon MG7160 would not scan wirelessly.
The Canon MG7160 Not Scanning Wirelessly Fix!
I needed to scan that document and so after Googling a lot of crap I tried connecting it to the printer via the USB. Nope! While the Canon MG7160 printer recognised the printer, it still would not scan. WTF!
Most people who know me, or have noticed my interaction with the fairer sex, would probably tell you that there’s almost nothing I wouldn’t do to please them! That being the case you’re probably wondering what’s taking me so long in answering a fair maiden’s request.
On an unrelated note Sire, a blog entry from you about the Digiprove you are using might be a good topic. Until now, I’ve never seen it nor heard of it. Just a thought, as I haven’t seen anything written on it or other ways to protect against content theft. Might be a good topic.
This Update On Stolen Blog Content is a quick recap on my post, Has Your Blog Content Been Stolen. My first option was to leave a comment on each post demanding that they remove the posts. After several days not only were the comments never approved, the wanker even dared to steal more articles. I decided to take it further.
I contacted Netfirms, the site that hosted the blog telling them of my dilemma and they quickly replied that they needed more information, which was quite understandable as they want to make sure my claim is legitimate. I sent out the email with the required information, and within 24hrs, I received the following.