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Friday, September 17, 2004
Hey Democrats, Your Chance to Win Up To $25,000
Since CBS and the Democrats are absolutely certain the National Guard memos are verifiable, here's a chance to win up to $25,000.
Find a typewriter from 1972 that does the following:
Think for a minute of what this challenge is. We're looking for a typewriter that could do all of the following:
For more details, go to: Defeat John John
This should be fun!!!!
UPDATE: THE AMOUNT IS NOW $50,000!!!