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11/16/2006
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Mitch Wagner
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Or You Could Just Make A Trip To Dunkin Donuts. If You Get Wet, It's Raining

Melitta is selling a coffeemaker that displays the current weather, along with the forecast, while it's making you a cup o' joe. The coffeemaker gets the weather info using a wireless service from Microsoft. I know you're all far too mature to make any jokes about things to watch out for if your coffee-mak

Melitta is selling a coffeemaker that displays the current weather, along with the forecast, while it's making you a cup o' joe.

The coffeemaker gets the weather info using a wireless service from Microsoft.

I know you're all far too mature to make any jokes about things to watch out for if your coffee-maker is Microsoft-powered.

And if you are inclined to make those jokes, I certainly wouldn't want to encourage your childishness by asking you to post the jokes below.

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