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Obama Birthday Golf

To help celebrate his 53rd birthday, Stevie Wonder challenged Obama to a round of golf at Andrews Air Force base.  Obama can't believe that a blind person is challenging him and tries to decline but Stevie is insistent that they play. Curious, Obama asks Stevie how he manages to play golf being blind? "When I tee off, " the singer explained, "I have a guy call to me from the green." " My sharp sense of hearing lets me aim."

Stevie tells Obama that he'd like to make a wager and offers to host a free concert anywhere Obama chooses if he looses. If he wins, he gets to borrow Air Force One for a day of joy-riding around the world. Obama figures the deck is stacked in his favor and readily agrees to the wager. Obama eagerly asked Stevie when he would like to play. Stevie replied, "I'll play on any NIGHT you choose!"

Blind Man in the Fish Store

Q: What did the blind man say in front of the fish store?

A: "Hi Ladies"

Stevie Wonder's Wife

Q: Have you ever seen Stevie Wonders wife?

A: Neither has he.

Can't See

Patient to optometrist: I'm very worried about the outcome of this operation, doctor. What are the chances?

Optometrist to patient: Don't worry, you won't be able to see the difference.

Dog Vision

A blind man is at the optometrist’s with his guide dog. Both are facing the eye test chart on the wall. The optometrist takes the guide dog away, replaces it with another guide dog, and asks, “Is that better or worse?”