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From: 	Lynda Ovena Mah[SMTP:lyndao@equitrac.com]
Sent: 	Thursday, July 23, 1998 9:30 AM
To: 	Becky Hanson; Chris Shinoda; Daisy Landas; Danny Ramos; Greg Pigott; Kim
Nguyen; Larry Tazuma; Lisa Allen; Lisa Wentz; Mark Wallace; Michael Handley;
Scott Sumpter; Shirley Mah; Tim Imanaka; Winnie Marsh; Ruby Francisco
Subject: 	Fw: joke



> >A police officer came upon a
> >                .-`-,\__                terrible wreck where the driver
and
> >               ."`   `,              passenger had been killed.  As he
> >             .'_.  ._  `;.           looked upon the wreckage a little
> >         _ / `      `  `.\ .--.     monkey came out of the brush and
> >        /--,| 0)   0)     )`_.-,)    hopped around the crashed car.  The
> >       |    ;.-----.__ _-');   /     officer looked down at the monkey
> >        '--./         `.`/  `"`      and said "I wish you could talk."
> >           :   '`      |.            The monkey looked up at the officer
> >           | \     /  //             and shook his head up and down.
> >            \ '---'  /'              "You can understand what I'm
saying?"
> >             `------' \              asked the officer.  Again, the
monkey
> >           _/       `--...        shook his head up and down.
> >  "Well, did you see this?"
> >  "Yes" motioned the monkey.
> >  "What happened?"
> >  The monkey pretended to have a can in his hand and
> >  turned it up by his mouth.
> >  "They were drinking?" asked the officer.
> >  "Yes."
> >  "What else?"
> >  The monkey pinched his fingers together and held them
> >  to his mouth.
> >  "They were smoking marijuana?"
> >  "Yes."
> >  "What else?"
> >  The monkey motioned "Screwing."
> >  "They were screwing, too?" asked the astounded
> >  officer.
> >  "Yes."
> >  "Now wait, you're saying your owners were drinking,
> >  smoking and screwing before they wrecked."
> >  "Yes."
> >  "What were you doing during all this?"
> >  "Driving" motioned the monkey.
> >
> >---------------------------------------------------------
> >Thanks Jaxluvr.....talk about payback,lol...
> >
> >At a company Christmas party in Melbourne last year, the staff decided
to
> pull
> >a
> >joke on their boss who had a habit of playing serious practical jokes on
> >everyone else. When he went to the restroom they went through his wallet
> and
> >found his Tats Lotto ticket. Then they wrote down his numbers and called
> over
> >the waitress to set up a little prank.
> >
> >She came back half an hour later and asked if anyone wanted to know the
> >night's Lotto numbers. She then proceeded to read them out and left the
> >numbers on the table. (You can guess that he had picked the lot -
including
> >the supplementary!)
> >
> >The boss looked at the numbers, then casually pulled out his wallet and
> >compared them. He became really silent, put his wallet back in his
jacket
> and
> >sat down again, breathing rapidly, and looking totally blown away. After
a
> >couple of minutes he pulled out his wallet and Lotto ticket, and checked
> the
> >numbers again very carefully.
> >
> >Then he sculled his drink, stood up on his chair and shouted out to the
> whole
> >room, "I just want to let you all know something. I've been having an
> affair
> >with my secretary for months. I don't like any of you, and I have hated
> >working for this company. You can all go to Hell, 'cos I've just won a
> shit-
> >load of money, and I'm leaving...!"
> >
> >End of job. End of marriage. End of story.
> >
> >


> 
> 


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