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Belt Molar Cordless Sandpaper Hygienic Koala Butter Nitrogen Cheese Hematoma Rebate

 
Michael Ernest
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Let's see adSense do something with that.
Game on, advertising dorks!
[ July 24, 2003: Message edited by: Michael Ernest ]
 
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Originally posted by Michael Ernest:
Let's see adSense do something with that.
Game on, advertising dorks!
[ July 24, 2003: Message edited by: Michael Ernest ]

Well, that seems to get PERL CGI Scripts, can't aruge with that.
 
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The Crapco Surgical Supply Division anounces its latest neurosurgical tool for dealing with those tricky subdural hematomas. The ultra hygienic cordless belt-driven cranial bone saw called the "Crapshoot Head Splitter" is the perfect tool for getting through those hard heads. It is self-sharpening utilizing a sandpaper made from finely ground koala molars. It also embodies a liquid nitrogen cooling unit to prevent premature damage to the saw. Best of all, instead of expensive lubricants like emu oil, it uses plain butter or a soft cheese such as Bri´┐Ż. The MSRP for this wonderful tool is only $1995, but act now and receive a rebate of $250 and a one year supply of yak butter.
 
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Nice one, Michael!
 
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Apparently it takes google about an hour or two to decide what banners to stick on the page. It will then check the page for new into in three weeks.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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