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July 14, 2006


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My friend just launched brilliant ad site yesterday.
I wanted buy one but then I don't have sites to promote but I just let you know guys it is pretty good.

Site called adcubes and he is hosting at the online newspaper.

Check this out it is cool.


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A London police officer apprehends a cycling priest for letting go of the handlebars so he could pray while on the move: "I hate to do this, reverend, but I'm going to have to fine you five pounds for cycling without due care on a public highway."

"Oh golly Moses!
I assure you there was no real danger, officer. Did you not notice how the guiding hand of the Lord was steering me in and out of the traffic?"

"I can't say I did, sir. But since you come to mention it, that'll be another five pounds for carrying a passenger."


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Doesn't PRNewswire already do this sort of press release service now a days? I could've sworn I'd seen it offered straight off their site, but maybe it was a different press release service...

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