It s Al Lowe s CyberJoke 3000T I just received word from the TechTV network that they want me to be a guest on their The Screensavers show next week. If youMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 2, 2002View Source
It's Al Lowe's CyberJoke 3000
I just received word from the TechTV network that they want me to be a guest on their "The Screensavers" show next week. If you don't know this show, you should. It's a blast! And you'll learn something about computers too. (Today's guest was Steve Wozniak.) I'll let you know more later.
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Today's CyberJoke 3000
A man was serving as umpire at his son's little league baseball game. After three innings, he called his son over. "Son, do you understand what a team is? What cooperation means?" The boy nodded. "Do you understand the meaning of sportsmanship? And when a strike or an out is called, that you never argue, curse, or disparage the umpire in any way? Is that clear?" His son nodded some more. "Good. Now go over and explain it to your mother!"
Two men are drinking at the bar when a woman enters wearing the tightest pair of jeans either one has ever seen. "How is that possible?" muses one guy to the other. He decides to find out. He saunters over to where the woman is seated. "Pardon me, may I ask you a question? Those are the tightest jeans I've ever seen. How do you get into them?" She looks up at him and smiles, "You could start by buying me a drink."
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