Gettin' busted for drawin' Ramona Quimby doin' the Principal! | lay off the krack ash
dopp: lickably sweet hardtail
dopp: Tasty hybrid
lemonodor: "His lunatic counterfactual art is more appealing than the banal awfulness of the Reliable Sources."
matthew: You know what's dumb about this program? By the time you're OLD ENOUGH TO USE THE CREDITS, they've expired. Tards.
matthew: Repaste, ignore.
matthew: [A]s part of the terms of their surrender, the American poodle army has been brought in chains to Baghdad by the victorious Iraqi people. They are now to be our slaves. First, we make them run the country while Saddam and the leadership take a long and well-deserved vacation. There is much work for them to do, so we make them start immediately. That will teach the infidels to mess with the bravest and most capable army in the Arab world.
Mutiny: "Tear it down!" says jaded Bostonite.
sateh: Minimum investments of $50,000 in the Trendax fund are now being accepted from those eager to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
seti: (my employer has a Smart as company car)
seti: careful though
sateh: Our goal was to fit in a 16KB machine but eventually we required 32KB. That included a 1KB buffer for the screen and more memory for the needs of the system. We also needed to implement a file system for the floppies as well as the firmware to support the drive.
Ry4an: not without flaws, but close enough fo rme
A_Young: proposal: "Fifty years after a copyrighted work was published, a copyright owner would have to pay a tiny tax. That tax could be as low as $1."
A_Young: "Although I won, there's one thing that seriously bugs me, and other people. The court ruled that hyperlinks and url's refering to pages that contain infringing material must in themselves be considered to be infringing."
coderman: arg, and they called the FBI without even giving me a heads up. you bastards
kherr: Stop the republicans before they remove all personal freedoms
kherr: One free McDonald's McArabia when you buy a second one!
Tapping a fiber-optic cable without being detected, and making sense of the information you collect, isn't trivial but has certainly been done by intelligence agencies for the past seven or eight years
coderman: Cruising down Pinto Drive, Pease saw half a dozen men crossing her neighbor's lawn. Three, in respirators and white moon suits, were dismantling her next-door neighbor's shed with electric saws, stuffing the pieces into large steel drums emblazoned with radioactive warning signs.
coderman: eheheh, I thought the Freedom Force (er, Antiterror Task Force) was taking down all this kind of detailed design information on nuclear weapons! I mean, the terrorist could just LOOK AT THIS SITE AND BUILD A BOMB! Oh noe!!
Mutiny: 0-day barcode exploits
Mutiny: Been there, done that.
druework: How to adjust the derailers on your bike.