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Irish jokes are blend of wit, truth; local residents offer a few

From left, Michael Glenn of Glenville, Tom Lawrence of Amsterdam and Maggie McNally of Albany (Jeff Wilkin photos)
From left, Michael Glenn of Glenville, Tom Lawrence of Amsterdam and Maggie McNally of Albany (Jeff Wilkin photos)
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Mike Conners knows how to tell an Irish joke. The Albany County comptroller’s topics include self-assured rock star Bono, the way to heaven and the pope’s red telephone line to God. “What’s the difference between Bono and God?” asked Conners, setting up the lead singer for Irish band U2 for a punch line. “God doesn’t wander around Dublin thinking he’s Bono.” Next up — Father Rooney’s way to heaven, as taught to lads in North ...


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