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March 20, 2008 by Leauki
Steve Jobs throws a fit when somebody gives him a piece of "free" car wash software that refuses to wash his car unless he buys a "car wash subscription".   Previous News from the Future: http://citizenleauki.joeuser.com/article/304727/News_from_the_Future_I  
March 20, 2008 by Leauki
Steve Jobs throws a fit when somebody gives him a piece of "free" car wash software that refuses to wash his car unless he buys a "car wash subscription".   Previous News from the Future: http://citizenleauki.joeuser.com/article/304727/News_from_the_Future_I  
March 19, 2008 by Leauki
The Progressive Union for the Advancement of Minorities of Ethnicity, Gender, and Religion are stunned when an orthodox Jewish man is elected president of the USA.    
March 19, 2008 by Leauki
The Progressive Union for the Advancement of Minorities of Ethnicity, Gender, and Religion are stunned when an orthodox Jewish man is elected president of the USA.    
October 14, 2006 by Leauki
"Always be prepared for everything. That is my motto. See, I even have a motto." -- Moshe A. Wilkinson
October 14, 2006 by Leauki
"Always be prepared for everything. That is my motto. See, I even have a motto." -- Moshe A. Wilkinson
December 29, 2005 by Leauki
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December 29, 2005 by Leauki
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December 27, 2005 by Leauki
A guy in Paris saw a pit bull attacking a toddler. He killed the pit bull and saved the child's life. Reporters swarmed the fellow. "Tell us! What's your name? All Paris will love you! Tomorrow's headline will be:  "Hero Saves Girl from Vicious Dog!" The guy says, "But I'm not from Paris. "Reporters: "That's OK. Then the whole of France will love you and tomorrow's headline will read: 'Hero Saves Girl from Vicious Dog!'" The guy says, "I'm not from France, either." Reporter...
December 27, 2005 by Leauki
A guy in Paris saw a pit bull attacking a toddler. He killed the pit bull and saved the child's life. Reporters swarmed the fellow. "Tell us! What's your name? All Paris will love you! Tomorrow's headline will be:  "Hero Saves Girl from Vicious Dog!" The guy says, "But I'm not from Paris. "Reporters: "That's OK. Then the whole of France will love you and tomorrow's headline will read: 'Hero Saves Girl from Vicious Dog!'" The guy says, "I'm not from France, either." Reporter...
November 3, 2005 by Leauki
with regard to the last show I had the misfortune of watching when I thought I could take in a movie one evening, I feel obligated to tell you how I feel about your current programme. No, I was not disappointed. That is part of the problem. I am writing to you about this particular show not because it was the worst show I have ever seen but because it was not. And I do not hope that you change anything about the show because I have seen what happens when you do. The current programme is not, ...
November 3, 2005 by Leauki
with regard to the last show I had the misfortune of watching when I thought I could take in a movie one evening, I feel obligated to tell you how I feel about your current programme. No, I was not disappointed. That is part of the problem. I am writing to you about this particular show not because it was the worst show I have ever seen but because it was not. And I do not hope that you change anything about the show because I have seen what happens when you do. The current programme is not, ...
November 3, 2005 by Leauki
What will next year's television programme be like? A few examples: 1. Big Brother the Cartoon Instead of professionals randomly selected people of the streets create the art. This can only become a huge success with idiotic viewers. Production costs are nearly nil. As is the cultural value. 2. News for the insane Instead of telling viewers about current events, future events will be talked about; like a mass meeting of television viewers in Bonn or a complete breakdown of the phone ...
November 3, 2005 by Leauki
What will next year's television programme be like? A few examples: 1. Big Brother the Cartoon Instead of professionals randomly selected people of the streets create the art. This can only become a huge success with idiotic viewers. Production costs are nearly nil. As is the cultural value. 2. News for the insane Instead of telling viewers about current events, future events will be talked about; like a mass meeting of television viewers in Bonn or a complete breakdown of the phone ...
November 3, 2005 by Leauki
And again I have no idea what to write about. As do the authors of junk mail, apparently. The last few weeks I have received more and more SPAM that isn't quite clear about what the sender actually wants me to do. Usually SPAM either contains a worm or virus (which my Mac ignores) or a great commercial opportunity: Check out the great deal and great savings offer on all the hottest shows and events! But a new kind of SPAM has appeared, which looks like this: cialis ball shortc...