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Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Fun with typos

If more politicians tried this, maybe we wouldn't have such low voter turnout among young people:

In what could be the funniest political blunder since Dan Quayle's sixth grade "spelling lesson," Mayor Saundra Naifeh of Edmond, Oklahoma, and a team of volunteers recently handed out 22,000 fliers aimed at discouraging underage drinking with a "helpful" phone number at the bottom for ratting out drinking parties. It was all part of her town's contribution to Make A Difference Day, a national campaign "to help neighbors and the community," and what a difference they made. You see, the number that actually got printed on the fliers was for a phone sex line offering callers "exciting live talk" for 99 cents to $2.99 per minute. As exciting as reporting underage drinking can be, I don't think that was her intention.


Hey, phone sex is my favorite way to fight underage drinking. It's simple: if teens are having phone sex, they won't be drinking!

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