Posted By: Zaba (I'd rather be skiing!) on 'Humor'
Title:     Guide to safe faxing
Date:      Mon May 24 14:53:30 1999

Guide to safe faxing 

Q)  Do I have to be married to have safe fax? 

A) No. While it is not unusual for married people to fax 
quite often, single people safely fax complete strangers 

Q) My parents say they never had fax when they were young 
and they were only allowed to write memos to each other 
until they were twenty--one. How old do you think someone 
should be before they can fax? 

A) Faxing can be performed at any age once you learn the 
correct procedure, but usually adults fax more than children 
or early teenagers. 

Q) If  I fax something to myself will I go blind? 

A) Absolutely not!  Just because you have somehow managed to 
fax yourself, you certainly will not go blind. 

Q) There is a place on our street where you can go and pay 
to fax.  Is it legal? 

A)  Yes, many people have no outlet for their fax needs and 
must pay a "professional" when their desire to fax becomes 

Q) Should a cover always be used when you are faxing? 

A) Unless you are really sure of the one you are faxing, a 
cover should always be used to insure safe fax. 

Q) What happens when I lose control of the procedure and fax 

A) Don't panic!  Many people prematurely fax when they 
haven't faxed  in a long time.  Just start over.  The person 
you are faxing will usually want you to try to fax again. 

Q) I fax professionally and on occasion I enjoy faxing on a 
personal basis. Can transmissions become mixed up? 

A) Being bi-faxual can sometimes be confusing.  As long as 
you use the proper cover with each, you won't transmit 
anything you are not supposed to. 


P.S.: Put some excitment between your legs - ride a mountain bike!

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