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    A guy is walking along the strip in Las Vegas and a knockout hooker catches his eye. He strikes up a conversation and eventually asks the hooker, "How much?"
    Hooker replies, "It starts at $500 for a hand-job."
    Guy says, "$500 dollars! For a hand-job? No hand-job is worth that kind of money!"
    The hooker says, "Do you see that Denny's on the corner?"
    "Yes."
    "Do you see the Denny's about a block further down?"
    "Yes."
    "And beyond that, do you see that third Denny's?"
    "Yes."
    "Well," says the hooker, smiling invitingly, "I own those. And, I own them because I give a hand-job that's worth $500."
    Guy says, "What the hell? I'll give it a try."
    They retire to a nearby motel. A short time later, the guy is sitting on the bed realizing that he just experienced the hand-job of a lifetime worth every bit of $500. He is so amazed, he more...

    Q: What's the dumbest thing you can do with e-mail?
    A: Ask Christopher James Reincke about his message to President Clinton:
    "I am curious, Bill, how you would feel about being the first president to be killed on the same day as his wife... You will die soon..."
    He signed it "Overlord." Sure he sent it anonymously, but anonymous e-mail is for protecting yourself from nasty, late-night phone calls, not the Secret Service.
    With help from the university, they tracked him down and arrested him. He was released without bail, pending a hearing, and faces five years in jail and up to a $250,000 fine. Don't try this at home.
    (Interned World, July/August, 1994: 17)
    Which of the following are true about Christopher James Reincke:
    Believes that Rush Limbaugh gives a balanced report of news
    Tells ugly Chelsea jokes
    Member of Young Americans for Freedom and College Republicans
    Believes that American has lost its moral moorings, like more...

    The following is supposedly a true story. To be included, besides being true, the story is most likely strange, weird, surprising, or funny.Denny's resturants are also open 24 hours a day. When they decided to close last Christmas (first time ever), they realized that a lot of doors did not have locks, most of those that did have locks, no one knew where to find the keys!

    Three coaches flew to the NCAA convention. The plane crashed, all three d ied. All three noticed God up in the clouds sitting in a chair. God wanted to know three things: Who are you? What did you do? and What did people think of you?
    The first person said, "I'm Denny Crum. I was the 2nd best coach in the nation. I won 2 national championships and won over 20 games a year and the people of Kentucky think I am great."
    God said, "Denny, stand to my right."
    The next person said, "I'm John Thompson. I was the 3rd best coach in the nation. I won conference championships and made our program respectable. The people of Washington DC think I am great."
    God said, "John, stand on my left side."
    The third person stood before God and said, "I'm Bobby Knight. I have won three national championships, two NIT championships, the Pan Am games, the Olympics, nine Big Ten championships, the youngest coach ever to win 600 games and the more...

    Some people are kind, polite and sweet-spirited - until you try to get into their pew.
    [George Goldtrap, Madison, Tennessee]The good Lord didn't create anything without a purpose, but the fly comes close.
    [Mark Twain]Most of us spend the first six days of the week sowing wild oats, then we go to church on Sunday and pray for a crop failure.
    [Fred Allen]Do you know the three times that most people are in church? When they are hatched, matched and dispatched.
    [Lowell B. Yoder, Holland, Ohio]Quit griping about your church; if it were perfect, you couldn't belong.
    [Msgr. JosephP. Dooley, Martins Creek, Pennsylvania]If a church wants a better pastor, it can get one by praying for the one it has.
    [Rev. Robert E. Harris]A lot of church members who are singing "Standing On The Promises" are just sitting on the premises.
    [Sr. Monique Rysavy]We were called to be witnesses, not lawyers.
    [Donna Maddux, Stillwater, Oklahoma]Every evening I turn my more...

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