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Headline news from Sky News - Witness the event
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:06 pm EDT, Jun 12, 2002

"Spider In Woman's Ear"

A woman went to her doctor complaining of headaches - and was told there was a spider living her ear."

Headline news from Sky News - Witness the event

Topic: Humor 4:15 am EDT, Jun 12, 2002

We think that you will be very excited to hear about the Internet's latest
innovation, which we modestly think could change the face of the world--no pun


poor man's wi-fi continued
Topic: Technology 1:22 am EDT, Jun 12, 2002

IT ALL STARTED with a can of Safeway-brand beef ravioli. Jim Meehan, a San Francisco network engineer, had been reading on Slashdot (, the geek news site of record, about how to build a homemade antenna for his computer. The heart of the contraption was an ordinary metal can. "They recommended using Malley's beef stew for the can, but the ravioli was cheaper," Meehan confesses. After some tinkering and tests, Meehan discovered his home-brewed antenna was far from ordinary: indeed, it's possible Meehan's humble ravioli can, combined with the know-how of a few hundred community-minded geeks, could dramatically reduce the cost of high-speed Internet access for everyone in San Francisco. In some cases, access might even become free.

poor man's wi-fi continued

eBay item 1739836216 (Ends Jun-16-02 19:23:43 PDT ) - Feel Wife's Breasts If You Pay For Boob Job.
Topic: Miscellaneous 1:15 am EDT, Jun 12, 2002

wow, this is original.

eBay item 1739836216 (Ends Jun-16-02 19:23:43 PDT ) - Feel Wife's Breasts If You Pay For Boob Job.

things not to drop
Topic: Humor 1:11 am EDT, Jun 12, 2002


things not to drop

Young at the Wrong Time
Topic: Economics 11:43 pm EDT, Jun 11, 2002

Until very recently, one of the most striking things about our economy was how common it was for young people to make a lot of money quickly. For nearly 20 years, except for a year or two in the early 90's, a college student has been able to gaze out of his dorm-room window and see a well-traveled path to millions. His ability to imagine himself getting very rich very quickly was an ingredient in the modern money culture. ...

That's what 27-year-olds did, strike it rich.

This youthward shift in moneymaking has had all sorts of strange social effects. ...

It would hardly be surprising if the pursuit of passion led ambitious young people to rethink the whole idea of success.

The comment about "a couple years in the early 90's" is a huge understatement which seriouly marrs the observation here. However, some of the conclusions are reasonable regardless.

Young at the Wrong Time

In a perfect world!
Topic: Humor 7:26 pm EDT, Jun 11, 2002

quite cute.

In a perfect world!

live action cowboy bebop!
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:22 pm EDT, Jun 11, 2002


live action cowboy bebop!

To the guy with the spy-cam pointed at my window
Topic: Humor 5:14 pm EDT, Jun  8, 2002

I think it's so cute that you have that little webcam peeking through the blinds into my kitchen. You must be one horny guy - it's ok, you can admit it - you're a frantic masturbator. How did I spot you? Come on, it's not that hard to spot a 3com webcam six feet from my window. Did you really think I wash the dishes in the nude just for my benefit? Because it's hot out, right? No sweetie, it's because the thought of you slapping yourself silly behind those blinds turns me on. And as a hardcore, life-long exhibitionist, turning you on is what turns me on. Did you really think my nipples get hard just washing the dishes?

To the guy with the spy-cam pointed at my window - Spitball felon, 13, avoids 8-year jail sentence - June 6, 2002
Topic: Current Events 5:04 pm EDT, Jun  8, 2002

WALNUT CREEK, California (Reuters) -- A 13-year-old California boy who was facing a possible eight years in juvenile prison for a spitball attack on a fellow student was given a much lighter sentence Thursday -- although he will still log some time behind bars - Spitball felon, 13, avoids 8-year jail sentence - June 6, 2002

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