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WITandWISDOM(tm) - March 4, 2003
We are all faced with great opportunities . . . brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.
Source: Bits & Pieces, August 18, 1994, Copyright (c) Economic Press, Inc. http://www.bp-mag.com
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
"The plain fact that my dog loves me more than I love him is undeniable and always fills me with a certain feeling of shame. The dog is ever ready to lay down his life for me." - Konrad Lorenz
"Heaven goes by favour. If it went by merit, you would stay out and your dog would go in." - Mark Twain
"You come home. - ‘Where have you been? You've been so long. I missed you, missed you, missed you. I love you, love you, love you, What's in the bag? Something for me? Oh, let me lick your ear. Oh, let me chew your gloves.' Your home and your dog has welcomed you." - Pam Brown
Submitted by Fane Conant (UK)
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
Defining the Height of . . .
Height of Isolation:
Two persons sitting side by side using e-mails to communicate with each other.
Height of Cowardice:
Two persons fighting through e-mails.
Height of Helplessness:
Receiving no e- mails for a week.
Height of Frustration:
The email server being down.
Height of Carelessness:
Writing a love mail and doing a 'Send All.'
Height of Achievement:
A person sending email to a girl wanting to become friends and getting a reply.
Height of Timepass:
A person sending email to himself.
Height of Expectation:
Sending Indian cricket team an e-mail, wishing them to win a match.
Height of Having No Work:
You people reading such mails.
Source: Clean Humor Digest, http://www.jokesnstuff.net/digest
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
A woman called the dean of the college that her freshman son was going to. "I'm worried. I don't know who my son can hang out with. He doesn't have the kind of money all the other students have."
The dean replied, " He can hang out with the faculty."
Source: Colorado Comments, http://coloradocomments.com/
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