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Javaman Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-21-06 11:40 AM
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55. After a long day at the patent office...
Albert crashes in front of the radio with a cool one.

Mrs. E: Albert are you going to work on your math or not?

Albert: Oy, cut me some slack, I'm beat. I'm worn out from looking at one useless patent after another.

Mrs. E: but Albert you were so determined, so close...

Albert: I'm wiped out. some guy came in with this thing-a-ma-jig that "supposedly" broad-casted images across the air into a "teevee" receiver, is that rich or what?

Mrs. E: but Al, you were almost done. E=M...

Albert: can you lay off? I fried, if you are so hot and bothered over that crap, knock yourself out, I'm done.
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