(20 Nov 08)
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The winner: Maxcel200@aol.com is the recipient of a signed cartoon rendering this time around.
Yeah, great, but on the back it lists all the dang side-effects! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you gave at the office you don't have to give at home. (email@example.com)
Roger really liked these new signs...something about them was catchy. (ParisIuvsMe@aol.com)
Richard Nixon's day was complete as he was already was carrying a handful of lies and video tape. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"Ahh, there's SEX..that means the CITY should be showing up any minute now" (Airfarcewon@aol.com)
The second sign after the "Welcome to Nevada" sign. (Mashallaha@aol.com)
Quite a change from "Burma Shave" isn't it? (email@example.com)
Bob saw a bunch of other such random signs along the road...but he just wasn't getting any. (CaptainCrazee@hotmail.com)
Next sign... "Now that we have your attention... Vote!" (YeIIowRoseOTX@aol.com)
After traveling to one hundred cities and not selling a thing, Bob, the condom salesman, knew he was about to hit pay dirt. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
10 More Miles to "Louisville Free Face". (email@example.com)
Just like a blazing neon sign, John was suddenly sure why his wife had left him. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I miss the days of subliminal advertising. (email@example.com)
Now, isn't this a great way to remind a certain somebody of what he's been neglecting? (WJKbase@aol.com)
"Huh...I bet it's a teaser ad for a new beer!" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
My wife keeps making the sign bigger and bigger hoping I will get the message. (Nitramxxx@aol.com)
Say no more. Say no more. (email@example.com)
Since condom ads are socially offensive, Trojan relies on more subtle advertising. (firstname.lastname@example.org)