A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from December 08, 2018
“When the weatherman broke both arms and legs, he called about his four casts”

"Forecasts” sounds like “four casts.” A weather pun was printed in the Daily Mail (London, UK) on September 14, 1999:

“Two weathermen each broke an arm and a leg in an accident and called from the hospital about the four casts.”

The joke involved one weatherman as posted on the newsgroup alt.humor.puns on September 20, 2000:

“Then there was the meteorologist who broke both his arms and legs. He called in from the hospital to tell the four-casts.”


14 September 1999, Daily Mail (London, UK), “10 of the Best Websites” by Elizabeth Stout, pg. 52:
Weathered jokes: http://www.weatherimages.org/ wxhumor.html ‘Two weathermen each broke an arm and a leg in an accident and called from the hospital about the four casts’ . . . You get the idea.

Google Groups: alt.humor.puns
“Puns of the Weak” 9/8/00
Stan Kegel
9/9/00
(...)
Two weathermen each broke an arm and a leg in an accident, and called from the hospital about the four casts.  (Mike Bull)

Google Groups: alt.humor.puns
Weather Puns
spu...@mr-potatohead.com
9/20/00
(...)
Then there was the meteorologist who broke both his arms and legs.
He called in from the hospital to tell the four-casts.

Google Groups: alt.humor.puns
Puns of the Weak 9/14/01
Stan Kegel
9/15/01
(...)
Two weathermen each broke an arm and a leg in an accident, and called from the hospital about the four casts. (The King of Puns)

Google Groups: alt.humor.puns
Puns of the Weak 08/30/02
Stan Kegel
8/31/02
(...)
Two weathermen on assignment at the coast each broke an arm and a leg in an accident. They called their TV station from the hospital about the four casts. (Marsha Coleman)

Google Groups: alt.humor.puns
Puns of the Weak 06-14-03
Stan Kegel
6/13/03
(...)
A weatherman broke all his limbs and was in hospital with the four casts. (Mike Bull)

Google Books
Charlie Chan Meets Tom Swifty:
No Adverb Could Limit, Modify, or Qualify What Happened Next

By T. A. Corbi
Sherman, CT: E-nuphf Books, LLC
2011
Pg. 25:
“Man with broken arms and legs like weatherman on TV. Both presenting four casts,” predicted Charlie Chan lamely.

Facebook
Dad Jokes
July 4, 2013 · Adelaide, SA, Australia ·
A tv weatherman broke both his arms and legs. He had to call in from hospital to explain about the four casts.
(thanks David)

Reddit—Oneliners
After a weathermen was in a horrible accident breaking both arms and legs, he had to call from the hospital about the four casts.
submitted October 21, 2017 by wonliners

Reddit—Jokes
A TV weatherman broke both his legs and arms in an accident…
submitted December 8, 2018 by hagolu
...he had to call in from the hospital to explain his four casts.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityTime/Weather • Saturday, December 08, 2018 • Permalink