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_hm
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Eight more or three?
_hm   5/10/2014 9:12:47 AM
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I can find only three more jokes. Am I making any mistake?

Susan Rambo
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Re: Eight more or three?
Susan Rambo   5/10/2014 9:55:50 AM
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Three is the new eight. Read jokes 4-8 on EDN.com. The last page has the link or click here:  jokes 4-8 . This article is borrowed from our sister site EDN, where they're joking all the time (they have a whole series of joke lists). EE Times is sending you back to EDN for the rest of the list (we're grateful to EDN for allowing us to post the first 3 jokes.) -- Susan Rambo, EE Times

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Re: Eight more or three?
Mr Ness   5/12/2014 10:50:11 AM
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You fell for it ;O)

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