(updated 15 Sep 03)

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DUI (Disk Under the Influence)
(Title by jrgracey1@aol.com)

MELBOURNE -- An Australian mathematician who owns a nightclub and bar has revealed that dipping music CDs into beer changes their sound.

Well, except for Coors Light, which has no effect whatsoever. (laugh@starpower.net)

Hands-down winner for "Really bad things to do while stationed in the Outback." (TerriKlein@aol.com)

...Well, Mom always said math would come in handy for something. (PeterSykes@earthlink.net)

Remind me never to loan my CDs to that person. (Cantw82paint@Aol.com)

A new way to get a Head in the music business. (Baitsmotel6@aol.com)

Beer Bettered Discs (Airfarcewon@aol.com)

That's not news. Dipping me into beer changes how things sound, too.... (GerriHan65@aol.com)

Although it sure takes a lot of beer to make Britney Spears sound good. (Saxmann361@aol.com)

This piece of news was revealed posthumously by his widow, who said that his last words were: "Now listen carefully and you will hear tha.. ZZZZZTTTTTTTZZZZZZZ." (Spikerkta@aol.com)

If you played these beered CD's in your car, they'd probably cite you with a P.U.I. (Playing Under the In-fluidence) (Airfarcewon@aol.com)

Inspiring Dick Clark to create a new reality show: "American Beerstein." (junkmailmagnet42@aol.com)

It works best with Hip-Hops. (HerzogVon@aol.com)

The mathematician was sad, bud-weiser. (lacee7700@aol.com)

Try the Leonard Nimoy CD. (seeker@vcoms.net)

...Last time, Leonard! Stop with the shameless plugs. I can't get drunk enough to listen to Bilbo Baggins again. BTW, nothing short of dipping in lighter fluid improves the Star Trek 5 DVD either.

Isn't that what all the fuss is about...Gettin' "CD's" down loaded? (Baitsmotel6@aol.com)

And he had Pi with the beer calculations. (NITRAMXXX@AOL.COM)

Seems to me that the Australian mathematician is the dip. (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

Today's winner, seeker@vcoms.net, likes the result of the sip, dip, unzip method:

Big deal. You get the same effect with a live band. (seeker@vcoms.net)