By Richard Rubacher
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Published: March 02, 2012
Words: 11,769 (approximate)
A collection of humorous anecdotes, comedic zany quotations, amusing and entertaining tales
The Unabomber and novelist Norman Mailer contend that technological wonders like the Internet, television, GPS, filmmaking, et. al. are the work of the devil. They also claim that technology have made us into unfeeling robots.
The author accuses them of violating Rule Number Six--which states "Stop being so serious, dudes."
, folk tales
, irish humor
, lawyer jokes
, jewish jumor
, pearly gates humor
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