Rovar: Sun is sure it will meet with the same staggering success that the IButton received.
coderman: ""What they're doing is focusing efforts on intelligent attacks on infrastructure, especially oil and electricity," said a senior U.S. diplomat, who spoke on condition of anonymity. "The number of attacks is down, but the effectiveness of the attacks is up significantly."
coderman: "Anarchist Resistance said it will stage a "festive and rowdy march" from Franklin Square. A message posted on its Web site says: "There's nothing left to salvage in this empire that is the U.S. government. It's time to bring it down."
coderman: "But perhaps the most alarming aspect of global dimming is that it may have led scientists to underestimate the true power of the greenhouse effect."
coderman: sounds like a good fit for those newly acquired millions
coderman: p2p is good. DRM is bad. la la la
coderman: "The U.S. military rejected a 1994 proposal to develop an "aphrodisiac" to spur homosexual activity among enemy troops but is hard at work on other less-than-lethal weapons, defense officials said Sunday."
Zerodhero: Catholic Archbishop Abducted in Iraq
simmo: upload a screenshot/drawing of a font you want to find
matthew_: WASHINGTON - U.S. commandos are hunting for secret nuclear and chemical weapons sites and other targets in Iran, and have a plan to turn the hard-line Islamic country into the next front in the war on terrorism.
coderman: "President Bush said the public's decision to reelect him was a ratification of his approach toward Iraq and that there was no reason to hold any administration officials accountable for mistakes or misjudgments in prewar planning or managing the violent aftermath."
coderman: ""The civilians in the Pentagon want to go into Iran and destroy as much of the military infrastructure as possible."
coderman: "Enabling, yes ... in the sense that it will enable mobile-phone users to inadvertantly bash in the heads of innocent bystanders while frantically attempting to "type" CUl8r on their phones."
coderman: heheh. the doppler work around is working. apparently. :) [debugging code millions of miles away would suck. bad.]
coderman: yay for killing. killing people is brave. or something. get back to work slaves.
coderman: fire up the torrents!
coderman: "May we live long and die out"
coderman: "If the trawler does succeed in hauling the cable all the way up out of the water, the only way out of the situation, or at least the simplest, is to cut the cable. Dave Handley once did a study of a cable that had been suddenly and mysteriously severed. Hauling up the cut end, he discovered that someone had sliced through it with a cutting torch."
coderman: "According to the people who had been there a while, when SPUR fired you could be in the parking lot on the left with your eyes closed, and the blue flashes you'd see were fast neutrons zipping through your eyeballs. Nice, eh?
coderman: $9 bottle of potter's 100 proof vodka. 1 brita filter. iterate 6 times.
coderman: there are about 8 reasons...