All spelling mistakes are intentional

First Edition * Hokanews * Third issue - 1999-02-10
"The Truth The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth"
Plus gossips, rumors, lies and pure fiction

There is certain things which makes life just worth living:


is the site that made my week. I just can't stop laughing.
You might need Internet Explorer and you DO need a sound card
to enjoy this. But if you do, go there.

This weeks top list has only one entry:

1) Kim
He is a friend of mine who is starring in the new
Madonna video, "Nothing really matters". He's the one
playng with fire.
He is a really nice guy and incredibly good with what
he is doing. So he's very much worth working together
with Madonna. I wish him all the best...

And how do you top working with Madonna? I don't know! That's
why I don't have any more entries on my top list this time. :-)

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It's not always easy being a man:

(a collection of men's thoughts on their women)

... she was furious when I got up early once and made her
breakfast. Called me controlling. How dare I decide
that she would eat breakfast, let alone what she'd have?
--Ted, Wexford, Pa.

... she makes lists. Things to buy. Things to do. People
to call. If it's not on the list, it doesn't get done.
Once, to be funny, I put "sex" on the list. Mistake.
Now it has to be on the list or it doesn't get done.
--Nick, Wheeling, W.Va.

... every so often boom she's a brunette. Or I come home
to a redhead. Actually, I have no idea what her natural
color is.
--Cary, Seattle

... after sex, I mean the second after, she continues where
she left off. Her eyes open and before you can breathe,
you hear, " ... and, oh, yeah, I have to defrost the
chicken, and your mother wants you to pick up her dry
cleaning ..."
--Jimmy, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

... she takes those soaps too seriously. I'll come home and
find her in tears because some character died. Or upset
that some nonexistent guy's having a fictional affair.
--Archie, St. Louis

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NEWS from the US:
This week I read the following story in the New Scientist:

OUR thanks to Andrew Roberts for pointing out the wise
words that appear on the packet containing the CycleAware
helmet-mounted mirror. Needless to say, this product is
manufactured in the US. It tells us: "Remember: objects
in the mirror are actually behind you."

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And finally:
Annual meeting of Single, Straight, Emotionally-Stable,
Financially-Secure, Intelligent Men Looking for a
Long-Term Commitment:


Until next time,

Have a great one!


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