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The goatse game!

Oliver: ish...

There is good news for the Republican Party. Things can't get much worse.


DonFundoshi: Sometimes truth isn't stranger than fiction

Heavy "firing" breaks out in Indian city of Srinigar

DonFundoshi: "The Himalayan region [of Kashimir] has been rocked by a separatist insurgency since 1989 in which 45,000 have been killed."
DonFundoshi: It's those "suspected Islamist militants" again.


Civic Literacy Report

est: "More than half of college seniors did not know that the Bill of Rights explicitly prohibits the establishment of an official religion for the United States."
est: "Even with their country at war in Iraq, fewer than half of seniors, 45.2 percent, could identify the Baath party as the main source of Saddam Hussein's political support. In fact, 12.2 percent believed that Saddam Hussein found his most reliable supporters in the Communist Party. Almost 5.7 percent chose Israel."
est: it's even worse..the questions were multiple choice
DonFundoshi: Well duh! That's because WE DON"T CARE!@
DonFundoshi: Why do you think it goes 1. create a need, 2. provide the solution?

Feynman vs. The Abacus


Pyongyang couldn't give a shit

Beer drinkers beware: 4 percent of U.S. hops crop burns

coderman: i hope FEMA is ready to step in and take action to avert mass tragedy!
laney: The United States produces 24 percent of the world's hops

Update: Possible Vulnerability Reported at Toorcon

coderman: "Even though Mischa hasn’t been able to achieve code execution, we still take this issue seriously. We will continue to investigate. We have bought pre-texted phone records of all his calls to see if allegations of Russian mafia involvement are true. We also think he enjoys killing baby seals."

Mozilla flaws more joke than jeopardy

coderman: calling for widespread malicious activity just for the sake of fucking shit up doesn't strike me as very amusing. maybe you had to be there... :)

TheOnionRouter/OperationalSecurity - How to Run a Secure Tor Server

DonFundoshi: I wouldn't take much notice of anything I read in The Onion. And I don't even care if they have their own router. duh.

Oakland Police Search Home Of Missing Woman's Ex

coderman: holy shit; Reiser has been going through one fucked up divorce.

Robert Anton Wilson got our help


Cache-Oblivious B-Trees

From Ukkonen to McCreight and Weiner: A Unifying View of Linear-Time Suffix Tree Construction

coderman: "In spite of their basic role for string processing, elementary books on algorithms and data structures barely mention suffix trees, and never give efficient algorithms for their construction."
coderman: "The reason for this is historical: starting with the seminal paper by Weiner, suffix tree construction has built up a reputation of being overly complicated. The purpose of the present paper is to correct this reputation - by working out what is essential about efficient suffix tree construction, and what is unnecessary complexity."

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