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ISSN: 1527-814X Wednesday February 9, 2000

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WebSkulker is busy today

Ms. Cat, who does nothing all day long but sleep and skulk, would be happy to write a full issue today.  WebSkulker, however, is busy and doesn't have time to take dictation, so this issue will be shorter than normal.

Getting the phone number for lines you skulk

If you jr. skulkers ever need to know the phone number for a line you are on, dial either of these numbers and a voice will read it out to you:


This one must be dialed exactly as shown including the exact carrier code.  Technically this is a long distance call and the carrier would have a right to bill you, but WebSkulker has been using this number for years and it has never showed up on a bill: 

Extra credit: the voice in the second number says a bunch more digits after the phone number:  what do they mean?  WebSkulker has no idea either.

These made WebSkulker laugh

Submitted by Jr. Skulker Dan Dunkel

Texas Baby 

A Texan buys a round of drinks for all in the bar because he announces his wife has just produced "a typical Texas baby boy weighing 20 pounds."  Congratulations shower him from all around, and many exclamations of "Wow!" are heard. A woman faints due to sympathy pains. 

Two weeks later, he returns to the bar. The bartender says, "Say, you're the father of the typical Texas baby that weighed 20 pounds at birth. How much does he weigh now?"  The proud father answers, "Ten pounds."  The bartender is puzzled, concerned. "Why? What happened?  He weighed 20 pounds at birth." 

The Texas father takes a slow swig from his long-neck Lone Star, wipes his lips on his shirtsleeve, leans into the bartender and proudly says, "Had him circumcised." 

The Birds and the Bees

Morris asks his son, now aged 10, if he knows about the birds and the bees. "I don't want to know!" The child said, bursting into tears. Confused, the father asked his son what was wrong. "Oh dad," he sobbed, "at age six I got the 'there's no Santa' speech. At age seven I got the 'there's no Easter Bunny' speech. Then at age 8 you hit me with the 'there's no Tooth Fairy' speech! If you're going to tell me now that grown-ups don't really have sex, I've got nothing left to live for!"


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