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Your tone is so cold. I mean I don't know if you are remotely trying to be friendly ever but even when you say 'hello, how ya doin?' so make it sound so mean. She is like a 30 years old but when she walks it sounds like a little kid walking around in a diaper. When I was younger I used to make frosting out of powdered sugar so my mom removed all powder sugar from our house. Then I used to eat brown sugar and she took that away. Then I used to eat normal granulated sugar so she took that away from me. So then I just started eating sweetened ice tea mix. I got my scooter. It is pretty neato.

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Joke of the Week

Since September 11, 2001, Americans have come together as never
before in our generation. We have banded together to overcome
tremendous adversity. We have weathered direct attacks on our own
soil, wars overseas, corporate scandal, layoffs, unemployment, stock
price plunges, droughts, fires, and a myriad of economic and
physical disasters both great and small. But now, we must come
together once again to overcome our greatest challenge yet. desperate

Hundreds of Major League Baseball players in our very own nation are
living at, just below, or in most cases far above the seven-figure
salary level. And as if that weren't bad enough they could be
deprived of their life giving pay for several months, possibly
longer, as a result of the upcoming strike situation. But you can
help!

For only $20,835 a month, about $694.50 a day (that's less than the
cost of a large screen projection TV) you can help a MLB player
remain economically viable during his time of need. This
contribution by no means solves the problem as it barely covers the
annual minimum salary, but it's a start, and every little bit will
help!

Although $700 may not seem like a lot of money to you, to a baseball
player it could mean the difference between spending the strike
golfing in Florida or on a Mediterranean cruise. For you, seven
hundred dollars is nothing more than a month's rent, half a mortgage
payment, or a month of medical insurance, but to a baseball player,
$700 will partially replace his daily salary.

Your commitment of less than $700 a day will enable a player to buy
that home entertainment center, trade in the year-old Lexus for a
new Ferrari, or enjoy a weekend in Rio.

HOW WILL I KNOW I'M HELPING?

Each month, you will receive a complete financial report on the
player you sponsor. Detailed information about his stocks, bonds,
401(k), real estate, and other investment holdings will be mailed to
your home. Plus, upon signing up for this program, you will receive
an unsigned photo of the player lounging during the strike on a
beach somewhere in the Caribbean (for a signed photo, please include
an additional $150). Put the photo on your refrigerator to remind
you of other peoples' suffering.

HOW WILL HE KNOW I'M HELPING?

Your MLB player will be told that he has a SPECIAL FRIEND who just
wants to help in a time of need. Although the player won't know
your name, he will be able to make collect calls to your home via a
special operator in case additional funds are needed for unforeseen
expenses.

YES, I WANT TO HELP!

I would like to sponsor a striking MLB player. My preference is
checked below:

[ ] Infielder
[ ] Outfielder
[ ] Starting Pitcher
[ ] Ace Pitcher
[ ] Entire team (Please call our 900 number to ask for the cost of a
specific team - $10 per minute)
[ ] Alex Rodriguez (Higher cost: $60,000 per day)

Please charge the account listed below $694.50 per day for the
player for the duration of the strike. Please send me a picture of
the player I have sponsored, along with an Alex Rodriguez 2001
Income Statement and my very own Donald Fehr MLB Players Union pin
to wear proudly on my hat (include $80 for hat).

Your Name: _______________________
Telephone Number: _______________________
Account Number: _______________________ Exp.Date:_______
[ ] MasterCard [ ] Visa [ ] American Express [ ] Discover
Signature: _______________________

Alternate card (when the primary card exceeds its credit limit):
Account Number: _______________________ Exp.Date:_______
[ ] MasterCard [ ] Visa [ ] American Express [ ] Discover
Signature: _______________________

Mail completed form to MLB Players Union or to enroll by phone simply
call 1-900-SCREW-THE-FANS now! ($10 per minute).

Disclaimer: Sponsors are not permitted to contact the player they
have sponsored, either in person or by other means including, but
not limited to, telephone calls, letters, e-mail, or third parties.
Contributions are not tax-deductible.

Email Train of the Week - usually have to read these bottom to top

Ziola

blowtorch

blow

Amy Dowsek

Oh I do like a torching technique after it's baked, you know with a
blowtorch

Ziola

what gives it the burny taste??

Amy Dowsek

Cream of celery soup, oranges, brownie mix and crown royal

Ziola

what is in your recipe for Crazy Amy's Soupy Poo Poo Pie?

Amy Dowsek

Now that sounds like something everyone would want

Ziola

Crazy Amy's Soupy Poo Poo Pie

Amy Dowsek

I don't think that'd be a big seller

Ziola

Sweet Amy's Runny Milk Pie

Amy Dowsek

At lease if it's made with sour/curdled milk it will be thicker, less runny.

Ziola

Momma Ray's Sour Milk Pie

Amy Dowsek

That's too bad.. it sounds so good

Ziola

no i have never had a milk pie - in fact, there is no such a thing

Amy Dowsek

Milk pie, huh?

You have that a lot?

Ziola

well then a pie filled with milk dumped on you - no one would notice

Amy Dowsek

Like cherries?

That would suck bad.. especially since I am wearing white today

Ziola

ya if it is filled with wet

Amy Dowsek

A pie?

I will get wet by someone throwing a pie at me?

Ziola

or a pie

Amy Dowsek

Unless a pipe bursts in my cube it's not gonna happen

Ziola

i hope it pours on you

Amy Dowsek

I hope it doesn't pour down on you while you are in the bleachers at
the ballgame today

Ziola

dfdfsgsfdg

Amy Dowsek

Not really, you educated me

Now if anyone ever asks me, I can explain the different bacci restaurants.

Ziola

well this was just a huge waste of my time

Amy Dowsek

Got it

Thanks for the explanation.. I will probably will never go there though

Ziola

cause in comparison to the fancy cafe baci it is shitty

if we weren't comparing it to the fancy cafe baci - it is just normal

Amy Dowsek

Why do you call it ghetto?

Cause it's under the el tracks or something?

Ziola

ghetto bacci is on Washington & wells

i was talking about fancy cafe baci - there were 2 of them - both on
wacker
- i think one of them closed

Amy Dowsek

Ya, if ghetto bacci is on Washington & wells it's still open

Ziola

ghetto bacci is this pizza place on wells - cafe baci is fancier place
on wacker

Amy Dowsek

I don't know... someone was just talking about it
And I remember you referring to one as ghetto bacci..
Maybe I am wrong

Ziola

like the lunch place in the loop?

i think they closed one of the them - the one in RR Donnely building

you talking about cafe bacci?

Amy Dowsek

There are two bacci restaurants right? Which one is better?

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