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More than one hundred jokes selected from different episodes of the most popular show ever!
"Marge: Hmmm, we're in serious trouble here. We're just going to have to cut back on luxuries.
Homer: Well, you know, we're always buying Maggie vaccinations for diseases she doesn't even have.
Marge: Actually, I was thinking we could cut back on your beer.
Homer: Nah, we're not gonna be doing that."
"Homer: Aw, people can come up with statistics to prove anything, Kent. Forfty percent of all people know that."
- Random jokes generator indicating season, episode, title and character;
- Share to Facebook, Twitter, Mail and much more;
- Select your favorite jokes so you can access them immediately;
- Search your favorite character's jokes;
- Auto-updating widget with random jokes;
The application is always updating with new jokes! Stay tuned!
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Now, when you travel, you can easily access your favorite local content written by the people you know and trust. Your out-of-town relatives can see the photograph of your child that appeared in The Springfield Reminder Magazine last week. And, if you move across the county, the country or even across the world, you’ll be able to keep up with your friends and neighbors in our area.
Here’s the best part: It’s free.
There’s no fee to download the app, and there is NO subscription fee to access a magazine. Consider this our gift to you for years of loyalty and patronage.
- You can see each edition of The Springfield Reminder exactly as it appears in print.
- The digital version will look just as it does when you pick up a hard copy. You won’t have to search to locate your favorite sections or columnists. You’ll be able to quickly and easily locate the information you depend on by simply scrolling through the pages.
- You won’t miss any advertisements either. Everything’s there, including inserted sales papers and special notices.
Yes, times are changing in the world of newspapers, and we want to ensure your hometown paper continues to meet your need for highly localized news and information.
Perhaps the publisher of one of the world’s largest newspapers said it best.
“Newspapers cannot be defined by the second word – paper. They’ve got to be defined by the first word – news.”
We agree, and we hope you do, too.