(updated 8 Jun 03)

Hosted by Jankath


AUCKLAND -- A New Zealand man is using high tech parts he bought over the internet to assemble a cruise missile in his garage.

Not being the brightest guy however, he actually purchased parts meant for a PT Cruiser. (kamasushi@aol.com)

Got a call from George Bush, wanting to know if he could come over and take it away. If not, the guy had 48 hours to leave the country. (petgirl9909@aol.com)

Yeah, I buy things from ollienorth.com, too. (flynnk19@aol.com)

If his primary target is my mother-in-law, I'll help with the financing. (YeIIowRoseOTX@aol.com)

He got the idea from ebayonet.com. (tphyll@aol.com)

Yeah, I keep my "cruise missile" in my "garage" too...when the wife's around. (Cruz@MajorTom.com)

Just as long as he doesn't forget to add the "cruise control," we should all be fine. (Mobuckler@aol.com)

When asked what his motivation was, he replied, "My bleedin' neighbors won't be parkin' in froont of my driveway mooch longah." (StanYan1@aol.com)

A Cruise missile? Doesn't Tom just call that a gerbil? (junkmailmagnet42@aol.com)

Yeah, but his idea of a cruise missile is a souped-up GTO to drive down Broad Street, picking up hot chicks. (rodentsRred@hotmail.com)

I guess I shouldn't have made those remarks about him and the sheep. (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

Today's winner, lance-a-bit@hotmail.com, wants to know if roadrunner just tastes like chicken:

Sheesh - after all these years, why can't Wile E. Coyote just call Domino's like the rest of us? (lance-a-bit@hotmail.com)