They have been reading lately, on nanae (tinnanae, tint), many articles about SPEWS. Many of these articles, without permission, have made references to what they say or think. They wish to clarify: They like, approve of, and utilise MAPS. They even dished out money to subscribe to the RBL+ service, and strongly suggest that everyone… Continue reading Spammers vs. SPEWS, not SPEWS vs. MAPS
They have been shocked for weeks by the facts presented here. Truly, do not read more unless you have a strong stomach. They promise to become irreverent soon.
They had read about this on slashdot, but to see it put into such an accurate representation warms our heart. And before anyone gets offended, you should know how much they prefer New York to, oh, say, Los Angeles. Seriously.
They were at the World Trade Center together 15 months ago. One of they was there two months ago, as another of they talked him into the subway station. It’s not pretty, but here is the local mirror of images and video, including images from when they were atop that observation deck (which fortunately, was… Continue reading The horror caused by cowards
When I was coming up, it was a dangerous world, and you knew exactly who they were. It was us versus them, and it was clear who them was. Today we are not so sure who the they are, but we know they’re there. -George W. Bush, Jan. 2000
Long ago, they bought a wireless x-10 controller for $5, and it works great. They did, however, use a disposable email address (which was a good thing). The marketroids have gone and made it unbearable to think about ever making (or suggesting to anyone that they should make) another purchase from them. So, in the… Continue reading pop-under ads are extra-annoying
Fact: They like purple. (Duh.) Fact: They don’t care about dinosaurs. Fact: They really don’t like purple dinosaurs. Fact: They really, really don’t like officially trademarked purple dinosaurs with teams of lawyers. (Actually, they are still laughing about this letter.) Gosh darn it — they need a new bottle of windex, as the screen they… Continue reading Irony grows exponentially
Douglas Adams, creator of the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy has died. They met him once, and he signed a copy of his latest (and final HHG) book, Mostly Harmless. They are proud that they actually woke him out of his book-signing stupor. And of course, his best quote (and they know that it is… Continue reading 42 items of sad news
Not suitable for younger surfers. Really. If you’re under, oh, let’s say about 13 or so, this will only creep you out.
Americans, rejoice! They have solved the problem of the electorial college debate. Your platitudes are not needed, but are appreciated. The simple, obvious solution is this: For the next four years, we have no President. Imagine a sign on the white house that says, “Back in 4 years” — doesn’t that have a nice ring… Continue reading What to do with the election?