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Fortune: 105 - 114 of 135 from Linux Riddles

Linux Riddles:  105 of 135

Q:      What's the difference between the 1950's and the 1980's?
A:      In the 80's, a man walks into a drugstore and states loudly, "I'd
        like some condoms," and then, leaning over the counter, whispers,
        "and some cigarettes."
 
Linux Riddles:  106 of 135

Q:      What's the difference between USL and the Titanic?
A:      The Titanic had a band.
 
Linux Riddles:  107 of 135

Q:      What's tiny and yellow and very, very, dangerous?
A:      A canary with the super-user password.
 
Linux Riddles:  108 of 135

Q:      What's yellow, and equivalent to the Axiom of Choice?
A:      Zorn's Lemon.
 
Linux Riddles:  109 of 135

Q:      Where's the Lone Ranger take his garbage?
A:      To the dump, to the dump, to the dump dump dump!

Q:      What's the Pink Panther say when he steps on an ant hill?
A:      Dead ant, dead ant, dead ant dead ant dead ant...
 
Linux Riddles:  110 of 135

Q:      Who cuts the grass on Walton's Mountain?
A:      Lawn Boy.
 
Linux Riddles:  111 of 135

Q:      Why did Menachem Begin invade Lebanon?
A:      To impress Jodie Foster.
 
Linux Riddles:  112 of 135

Q:      Why did the astrophysicist order three hamburgers?
A:      Because he was hungry.
 
Linux Riddles:  113 of 135

Q:      Why did the chicken cross the road?
A:      He was giving it last rites.
 
Linux Riddles:  114 of 135

Q:      Why did the chicken cross the road?
A:      To see his friend Gregory peck.

Q:      Why did the chicken cross the playground?
A:      To get to the other slide.
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