It s Al Lowe s CyberJoke 3000T CyberJokester Petrucio has written a turn-based strategy computer game where you attempt to destroy your opponent s tower whileMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 12, 2009View Source
It's Al Lowe's CyberJoke 3000
CyberJokester Petrucio has written a turn-based strategy computer game where you attempt to destroy your opponent's tower while defending your own. While you can buy it this week at Best Buy for full price, he's offering CyberJoke 3000 members the download version at a 40% discount! Just enter the coupon code CYBERJOKE40. You can learn more about it here:
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Today's CyberJoke 3000
The newly married couple was suffering from exhaustion. They asked their doctor for advice. "It's not unusual for newlyweds to overdo it at first. All you need is rest. For the next month, limit your sex life to those days of the week with an 'R': Thursday, Friday and Saturday." Since the end of the week was approaching the newlyweds had no immediate difficulty following the medico's orders. But on their first night of scheduled rest, the young bride was as eager as a beaver. Hubby fell asleep, but she tossed and turned until after midnight before she finally nudged her spouse awake. Confused, he asked, "What day is it?" With a gleam in her eyes, she answered, "Mondray!"
"Children, today's lesson is on sharing. No one has everything they want..." but just then, Little Johnny's hand jerked up into the air. "Teacher! Teacher!" he cried. "Yes, John. What is it?" Little Johnny proclaimed, "My family has everything." "John, don't be silly. Not even the richest man has everything." "We do. My Daddy said so last night." "Really, John? What exactly did he say?" "Last night my sixteen-year-old sister came home and told Daddy that her skinhead boyfriend had gotten her pregnant. And Dad said, 'Oh, God! That's all we need!' "
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