WELCAME 2 TEH DALNAT- A/SL/?!?!11 || <blanu> When I was working on Freenet, my girlfriend's dad once kicked me out of his house because he thought I was going to destroy the concept of intellectual property. Those were the days. People still believed in the power of anarchist hackers to destroy the world. Gone, gone days.
Ash: this has probably been chumped already, but I didn't see it SO IT DOESN'T EXIST
GabeW: If this goes through, he could put out a $1 a share dividend and make $310 Million next year at an effective tax rate of 3%
crysflame: five dollars, lifetime registration fee. eat the shareware koolaid.
crysflame: <q> OREGON'S SENATE Bill 742, section 19, chapter 666 ( here ) defines the "unlawful labeling of a sound recording" as terrorism and would make it punishable by a minimum life sentence of 25 years in prison without parole.
Ash: entering missile coordinates... done
crysflame: "teachers looking at a class of 13-year-olds can't assume they're in a state of latent innocence."
crysflame: <q> For the Klingels and others like them, however, the [lies] they saw in Blair's work seemed hardly worth squawking about. It was more or less what they anticipated.
crysflame: 80-85% accurate identification of an individual by gait. anyone know the shuffle-step-step from dune?
A_Young: Wow this is like my dream site, except my dream site is google. Do a 'namebase search' - it's like an associative memory for book reviews indexed by people's and organisation's names.
A_Young: Celery + Gravity = Art
A_Young: requires flash and/or realplayer
A_Young: "A few days ago, the US Senate Armed Services Committee voted to repeal a long-standing ban on the development of small nuclear bombs - so called mini-nukes. For 10 years the US has abided by an international moratorium on the testing of nuclear weapons - another international convention now likely to go up in smoke. Tonight's guest, Richard Butler, has had a long involvement in nuclear disarmament issues. Perhaps better known as the
A_Young: "Baghdad is already effectively divided into two cities. The middle class areas which were largely loyal to Saddam Hussein are now under American control, but the poorer Shi'ite suburbs have become no-go zones for US troops and administrators patrolled and controlled by Shi'ite clerics."
A_Young: "According to senior aid worker Dr Fiona Terry from Medicins Sans Frontieres, humanitarian relief is increasingly being used as a political tool, rather than helping those in need. .. 'in Afghanistan, we even saw soldiers taking off their uniforms, putting on civilian clothing in order to be closer to the population, give an image that this war was all about good things and they were armed. And of course, when Afghan people see civil
cryptomail: I see a black background....I'm bad
DragonFax: The whole purpose of this game is to fall down stairs and try and hurt yourself as much as possible.
crysflame: Why are we attacking the Phillipines? Aren't we already attacking Syria?
A_Young: Google skewing is storm in teacup according to some guy
kherr: Which spin points were said by Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf and which were said by Ari Fleischer?
A_Young: GUESS WHAT KIND OF GOVERNMENT WE'RE HAVING TODAY, CHILDREN?!!!
kherr: What, no USB 2.0. Haha.
kherr: Neutersol, an amino acid and zinc salt, is injected into the testicles.
skimpIzu: it actually looks good....err better
DragonFax: Back from when people were making all sorts of games and cdroms from novels and documentaries.
A_Young: As some cleverplugs points out you should 'View source' and read the comments from the author (last three lines, between <!-- and --> )