Y'know...there are times the mind boggles at the possible repartee in your little floating castle:
- "Wait a minute. I only read slashdot for the headlines"
- "Honey, can I use the phone? I'm working on a Perl script...yes, one that's run by calling a 9, I mean an 800 number."
- "No, I'm not answering a personal ad; I was calling oBoEL."
- "$NORM, please. Huh? No, I'm not talking to Tuna, why do you ask?"
- "VXML, not VIXEN."
P.S. I really wanted to pick on Geico, but that didn't seem fair somehow. I mean, really, what's there to dislike about geckos? ;-)
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