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jk: Neighbourly assistance

There is a story about a popular young Baptist preacher, who on Sunday morning announces to the congregation that he will not renew his contract,and is moving on to a larger congregation that will pay him more.

There is a hush. No one wants him to leave.

Bubba, who owns several car dealerships, stands up and announces,

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NT - don't get it, LOL ( you're using quotation marks, stop it ! )

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******

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If you stay I'll give you a car.

A realitor stood up and said ....

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Hey, Ian!!

You've been away so long you lost your touch!! Wink


Missed you -
stick around and fill us in on things

--Marcia/Oregon/USA

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Paul Harvey-- 'And now, The Rest of The Story...

... "If the preacher stays, I'll provide him with a new sedan every year, and his lovely wife with a minivan, to transport their children!"

The congregation sighs, and applauds. Billy Bob, the entrepreneur and investor, stands and says, "If the preacher stays, I'll double his salary, and establish a foundation to guarantee the college education of his children!!"

More sighs and applause.

Ms. Ella May, aged 70, stands and announces, "If the preacher stays, I'll give him SEX!!" There is a hush.

The preacher, blushing, asks, "Ms. Ella May, whatever possessed you to say that?" Ms. Ella May answers, "I just asked My husband how we could help, and he said....... F*ck him

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Anyway, Ian...
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Am I the only one

who noticed that his post is dated last October?????

TONI

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You're right, Toni. I hadn't noticed that before

So where in the heck IS Ian, anyway?

He's just not around enough anymore Sad

--Marcia


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Then why was it at the top of the forum???????

The first three posts are from 20003 and mine is the fourth. When I opened my browser, several hours ago, and clicked on SE bookmark that page opened with the first three posts. I read them and responded. And it wasn't a bookmark for a post, it was my regular SP bookmark.

I assumed it was at the top of the board, but, apparently it wasn't. Hummmm... something else to add to my list of 'Stuff I don't understand'.

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perhaps

if you had been going backwards through the pages at SE and ended up at that page, it was already at the top of THAT page and you thought it was at the top of the NEWEST page and when you replied to it, it got bumped all the way to the top again?

TONI

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I hadn't been paging back. Besides, when I use the bookmark

for SE I have in the personal toolbar it always open SE at the top of the board. It's possible I had clicked one of the page numbers at top by accident just as SE loaded. Only thing I can think of.

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(NT) (NT) Re: Heck, however it happened, it was a good one
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Re: just one problem there Toni

the 'incomplete' joke doesn't appear on the forum log...

click 'last'
http://reviews.cnet.com/5204-6130-0.html?forumID=50
and you'll see the complete joke (6th from the bottom, dated 22/10/2003)

as of right now (02:54 NY time), there are 5 posts dated 21/10/2003, i wonder if there is a finite number of posts being saved? you know? FIFO

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