Happy Mailman Day! (highscore: 11 mails so far, with sf.net still to be received) || <uid0> and i kept trying to bone him but then the dudes chasing us would find us
coderman: tx loophole == fully legal for now, and nothing they can do about it
nym: not always in synch with /., but it's much easier to read
druework: Prom night is one of the most memorable nights of your life, so don't ruin it by neglecting to wax. No guy wants to go down on a gorilla salad.
deltab: The US is at war with Iraq.
"The Iraqis are sick people and we are the chemotherapy" said Corporal Ryan Dupre. "I am starting to hate this country. Wait till I get hold of a friggin' Iraqi. No, I won't get a hold of one. I'll just kill him."
silentfury: "The Iraqis are si
coderman: somehow I think "a new form of international player, constituted by the “will of the people” in a global social movement" lacks the kind of BIG FUCKING BOBMS that are the signature style of a superpower
matthew: Duke Nukem Forever to run on Atari 2600
fortyhex: Chaos in the Middle East is not the Bush hawks' nightmare scenario--it's their plan
seti: New York, NY - Pressure from the international community has forced the United Nations to convene a special committee to review standards for calling organizations "elite." The call for a standard was prompted after the elite Iraqi Republican Guard was seen performing tasks in a not so elite manner.
TehShadow: (*Turkey baster not included)
matthew: MBABANE (Reuters) - Listeners to Swaziland's state-run radio station thought it had its own correspondent in Baghdad covering the war -- until legislators spotted him in parliament at the weekend.
kherr: "In World War II, there would be nights when we'd lose 1,000 people." -CENTCOM official
kherr: Free as in beer protest songs
dnm: \ Surface-to-ship missle launched as a test by N. Korea after Japan puts two spy satellites into orbit.
kherr: Our allies who's regimes are as bad as Saddam Hussein's in Iraq, according to the State Department
wmf: I wonder if this is the biggest BitTorrent download ever
GabeW: " The best way to avoid congestion is to AVOID DRIVING on San Francisco freeways if at all possible, but especially during the commute hours (7-9 AM and 4-7 PM). If you need to drive in and out of San Francisco, you can avoid the most heavily congested areas by exiting the freeway as early as possible, and by using detour routes designated for the project.."
lemonodor: fuckin' yeah.