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Friday, August 15, 2008

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Bus Stop Lesson

This is a story about a husband and wife who are waiting at a nearby bus stop with their nine children. Shortly afterwards, a blind man joins them and decides to wait for the bus as well. When the bus arrives, they find it overloaded with passengers and only the wife and the nine kids are able to fit onto the bus.

So the husband and the blind man decide to walk to their intended destination. After a while, the husband gets irritated by the ticking of the stick of the blind man as he taps it on the sidewalk, and says to him, "Why don't you put a piece of rubber at the end of your stick? That ticking sound is really driving me crazy."

The blind man replies, "If you had put a rubber at the end of YOUR stick, we'd be riding the bus, so shut the hell up."

The Doctor's Advice

A woman accompanied her husband to the doctor's office. After the checkup, the doctor took the woman aside and said, "If you don't do the following, your husband will surely die."

"First : Each morning, fix him a healthy breakfast and send him off to work in a good mood. Then at lunch time, make him a warm nutritious meal and put him in a good frame of mind before he goes back to work. For dinner, fix him an especially nice meal and don't burden him with household chores."

"Finally, and this part is very important : Have sex with him several times a week, and be sure to satisfy his every whim."

On the way home, the husband asked his wife what the doctor had said. " You're going to die!," she replied.

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Beautiful Women in 60 Days!

Here is a great way of getting many beautiful women. The instruction is self-explanatory. You only need to invest one woman in order to get a return of ten thousand women within 60 days.

This is not a scam. If you read the instructions carefully, you will find that the scheme is very logical if it is played with utmost honesty.

Just think about it, your initial investment is only your wife which is very, very small compared to the expected return of thousands of women. What have you got to lose?

Don't break the chain! Just add your name and address to the bottom of the list and send your wife to the top name on this list. Then, send five copies of the letter to your friends. Within 60 days, you will receive about 10,000 women! If you don't like them, send them back! Just keep the ones you want!

Remember, don't break the chain! Terrible, terrible things will happen to you if you break the chain.

One guy broke the chain ....... and got his wife back!!!

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Monday, August 11, 2008

Australian police bust drugs ring

Australian police say they have busted an international drugs ring and seized what they describe as the largest single haul of the drug ecstasy.

Sixteen people were arrested across Australia, with further raids expected in Belgium, the Netherlands and Italy.

It follows a year-long investigation after 15 million ecstasy pills were found hidden in a shipping container that arrived in Melbourne from Italy.

The tablets had an estimated street value of about A$450m (US$400m; £200m).

The ecstasy - a banned amphetamine with mild hallucinogenic properties - was found by Australian customs officers hidden in tins of tomatoes in a shipping container in June 2007.

The pills were replaced with a harmless substitute and the delivery was tracked, police say.

'No soft target'

The breakthrough came when another shipment of 150kg of cocaine arrived in Australia last month, which led to the raids across several countries.

In Canberra, Attorney-General Robert McClelland said Australia had shown it was not a soft target for drug smugglers - that view, he insisted, has been "well and truly" smashed.

The syndicate was believed to be responsible for 60% of illegal drug imports in to southern Australia.

Local newspaper reports have suggested that among those targeted by the police were Australians allegedly linked to the Calabrian mafia in the New South Wales fruit-growing town of Griffith, as well as others associated with an outlawed motorcycle gang.