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    While walking down the street one day, a Republican head of state is tragically hit by a truck and dies. His soul arrives in heaven and is met by St. Peter at the entrance.
    "Welcome to Heaven," says St. Peter. "Before you settle in, it seems there is a problem. We seldom see a high official around these parts, you see, so we're not sure what to do with you."
    "No problem, just let me in." says the Republican.
    "Well, I'd like to but I have orders from higher up. What we'll do is have you spend one day in Hell and one in Heaven. Then you can choose where to spend eternity."
    "Really, I've made up my mind. I want to be in Heaven," says the Republican head of state.
    "I'm sorry but we have our rules." And with that, St. Peter escorts the Republican to the elevator and he goes down, down, down to Hell. The doors open and he finds himself in the middle of a green golf course. In the distance is a club and standing more...

    Microsoft announced plans to open retail stores, hoping to boost visibility of many of its products and its brand. The move seems to be an effort to mimic the success that Apple has had with its retail stores. The news is just too tempting not to have some fun with. So here are some yet-to-be-officially-revealed details about the Microsoft stores.

    1) Instead of Apple's sheer walls of glass, Microsoft's stores will have brushed steel walls dotted with holes -- reminiscent of Windows security.

    2) The store will have six different entrances: Starter, Basic, Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate. While all six doors will lead into the same store, the Ultimate door requires a fee of $100 for no apparent reason.

    3) Instead of a "Genius Bar" (as Apple provides) Microsoft will offer an Excuse Bar. It will be staffed by Microsofties trained in the art of evading questions, directing you to complicated and obscure fixes, and explaining it's a more...

    A man went to a psychiatrist to seek some help for depression. As he entered the reception room he noticed two doors marked "Men" and "Women". He went through the door marked "Men.

    He then encountered two other doors marked "Extrovert" and "Introvert". He decided that he was an introvert and opened that door. He found himself in a room with two more doors marked "Those Making $40,000 and Over" and "Those Making Less than $40,000."

    He knew that he made less than $40,000, so he opened that door. He found himself outside the building.

    Men: know what they want to be doing five years down the road.
    Guys: are not sure what they want to be doing later tonight.
    Men: read Crichton, watch Rather, play golf.
    Guys: read King, watch Seinfeld, play poker.
    Men: wear ties with stripes, shirts with buttons, and shoes with laces.
    Guys: wear high school T-shirts they've actually owned since high school.
    Men: think perfume (yours) is a turn-on.
    Guys: think sweat (theirs) is a turn-on.
    Men: balance their checkbooks.
    Guys: balance their loans so that they never hit up the same buddy twice in a row.
    Men: claim to be feminist but still insist on opening doors, driving, and paying for dinner.
    Guys: claim to be feminists so they can let YOU open doors, drive, and pay for dinner.
    Men: are afraid of becoming their fathers.
    Guys: are afraid of becoming men.
    Men: put you on the phone when their mothers call.
    Guys: pretend you're not there when their moms call.
    Men: start their more...

    Kanjibhai the jeweller called the police station to report a robbery. "You'll never believe what happened, Officer. A truck backed up to my store, the doors opened and an elephant came out. He broke my plate glass window, stuck his trunk in, sucked up all the jewellery and climbed back into the truck.
    The doors closed and the truck pulled away."

    The Pandu hawaldar said, "Could you tell me, for identification purposes, whether it was an Indian elephant or an African elephant?"

    "What's the difference?" asked Kanjibhai Jaweri.

    "Well," said the Hawaldar, "an African elephant has great big ears and an Indian elephant has little ears."

    "Come to think of it, I couldn't see his ears," said Kanjibhai "He had a stocking over his head."

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