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Bad Humor Follows Chile Mine Workers Rescued

October 13, 2010

Bad Humor Follows Chile Mine Workers Rescued, as we speak a capsule brings each minor back to the surface one by one.  To follow this momentous occasion, enjoy some original groaners here before the media takes them and claims them all.

SAN JOSE MINE, Chile – The miners who spent 69 agonizing days deep under the Chilean earth were hoisted one by one to freedom Wednesday, their rescue moving with remarkable speed while their countrymen erupted in cheers and the world watched transfixed.

Beginning at midnight and sometimes as quickly as once every 40 minutes, the men climbed into a slender cage nearly a half-mile underground and made a smooth ascent into fresh air. By early afternoon, more than half the men — 19 of 33 — had been rescued.

In a meticulously planned operation, they were monitored by video on the way up for any sign of panic. They had oxygen masks, dark glasses to protect their eyes from unfamiliar daylight and sweaters for the jarring climate change, subterranean swelter to the chillier air above. Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast and visit my website!

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