Al Lowe's CyberJoke 3000 and Leisure Suit Larry

Al Lowe's CyberJoke 3000 is one of life's little enjoyments that comes to me free every weekday by email.  I've probabley been getting it now for over ten years.   The format is pretty simple, in the email he includes a link of interest and two jokes.  Just remember there are no guarantee's you'll laugh, some are pretty lame and others will keep you smiling all day. Here a a couple of jokes from last week.
  "How does a Frenchman move a piano? He cries and reads it sad poetry!"  and   "How can I get Benny to marry me, Momma?" "Maybe you can scare him into it," her mother suggested. "The next time you make love, ask him what he wants to name the baby." And the next time he climaxed, she asked sweetly, "What shall we name the baby, dear?" He looked at her, removed his condom, threw it out the window, and said, "If he can get out of that, we should name him Houdini!"
 Some of you might still be asking "who the hell is Al Lowe anyway?".  Well Al Lowe was the guy who made all the Leisure Suit Larry games back in the late 80's to mid 90's.

Larry was a leisure suit wearing, balding, goofy but lovable loser with the worst pickup lines looking for love (and usually getting none) in all the wrong places.  His misadventures are legendary. For the full collection check out  Leisure Suit Larry Collection Just make sure you stay away from the newer Larry games that didn't involve Al Lowe in any way.  They are Magna Cum Laude and  Box Office Bust (not included with the collection anyway).  They figureed they could carry on with the series and be successful without the help of the creator, well they were horribly wrong.  While the games are newer and the interface is more modern the content leaves much to be desired. That's my two cents, what do you think?

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