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"I invented the internet." -Al Gore

the anus that launched 1,000 AIDS tests
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:36 am EDT, Aug 23, 2004

Here are links to two fun sites! Lara Roxx was the French-Canadian porn star who got AIDS from doing a double anal sex scene with Darren James. She is sometimes called Lara Coxx, and other times, Lana Roxx and other times Laura Roxx. If you care to see the Anus that launched 1,000 AIDS tests, it can be viewed (along with the rest of her) at

For those of you who care to realize this sites promise of shooting the shit with the self-professed "HIV infected porn star," and aspiring filmmmaker, visit

A grand old time is to be had by all, and remember, AIDS is not transferrable over the net!

Putting the F back in freedom?
Topic: Arts 2:59 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

Paramount has a new puppet feature coming out in October. Opinion withheld for now.

"Team America: World Police" is an action adventure from the creators of "South Park" starring an all-marionette cast.

This movie is not yet rated
Matt Drudge had these comments: Marionette puppets are used throughout the film to mock terror threats, and media figures who dominate the nation's airwaves. But Parker and Stone save most of the mocking for left-wing pundits and Michael Moore.

"Bush is not even in the film," Parker said Sunday night from Los Angeles during the DRUDGE REPORT radio broadcast.

Putting the F back in freedom?

BBC NEWS | Americas | Shark victim 'saved by TV lesson'
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:59 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

Kay, are you a consultant for lame people, to help them get lamer?

] The boy described how he punched his attacker in the
] gills after learning how to do it from the television.
] "I was watching TV the day before and I saw that on the
] Discovery Channel," he said on Monday.

[ I *KNEW* Shark Week was educational! -k]

BBC NEWS | Americas | Shark victim 'saved by TV lesson'

TiVo vs. the Broadcast Flag Wavers
Topic: Current Events 2:58 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

] Tron had a better flynn, you imposter! \But if a programmer or an engineer with a bright idea has
] to go to Washington, hat in hand and lawyers in tow, to
] request permission to sell a better product -- and is
] then told "just wait awhile" -- we are on our way to
] suffocating innovation in this country.

Yes kids, everything in this world is about money.

TiVo vs. the Broadcast Flag Wavers

Protect Consumers, or Big Business?
Topic: Society 2:58 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

Jeremy, your writing matches your coding in terms of sucking! please be specific! You fucking scriptkiddie.Apparently, the FDA, along with the president, functions on a plane where errors are not made and judgments and decisions never need to be revisited.

For those of us who see questioning and constant re-evaluation as essential to progress of any kind, this is one more frightening reminder that our administration is taking us down the wrong road at ever increasing speed.

Protect Consumers, or Big Business?

90 Percent of Afghans Registered to Vote
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:57 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

Contrary to his name, Noteworthy does not contribute anything noteworthy to this! your meme sucks, bro!Nine out of 10 eligible Afghans have signed up for landmark October elections, the United Nations said Sunday, a resounding endorsement of a democratic experiment supposed to help Afghanistan turn its back on years of debilitating war.

... except when the Afghan news media report that candidates are "sniping" at each other, they aren't referring to verbal attacks.

WSJ ran a good week-in-review-style article last week entitled something like "Good news from Afghanistan" in which the reporters highlighted a litany of positive developments in the country.

90 Percent of Afghans Registered to Vote

The Problem With the CIA
Topic: Society 2:56 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004


There is a corporate culture in America that says as long as the process is adhered to, people have done their jobs. Orderly, predictable processes that can be clearly mapped and explained are not an end in themselves. The time and effort spent on them can be justified in only one way: success. Over and over, the lovers of ISO 9000, 9001 and endless other standards confuse the means with the end. They embrace order -- even when it leads to failure.

That is what happened at the CIA: A culture of process destroyed a culture of excellence. There are many outstanding people at the agency, in both the Directorate of Intelligence and in Operations. The agency's obsession with the intelligence process crushes these people daily. Those who flourish in this environment are those who can sit through long meetings without falling asleep. The people who can peer through the darkness and see the truth are either sucked into the surreal world of modern management or shunted aside.

Jeremy says: Gold Star.

I say: This link is on Free Republic. They are a bad reputation for being the Republican version of the Slashdot hordes. All power in numbers and no clue. However, the article is Stratfor, and hence worthy of attention. It reads a bit Republican, which is likely why the freepers have posted it. I'm not sure that it is. Stratfor likes to talk about what is going on and why. They don't usually talk about what might have been done. Its rare that they talk about what ought to be done.

The Problem With the CIA

John Kerry's real tech agenda | Perspectives | CNET
Topic: Society 2:54 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

What a piece of shit meme!This meme sucks! From the mememaster,no less. For Shame Cross!

Intel Executive Vice President Leslie Vadasz told the
] committee that Hollings' idea was a brain-dead approach
] that ignored Silicon Valley's concerns in favor of those
] raised by Hollywood lobbyists.
] Kerry's advice? "We might need to legislate," he said,
] ignoring Vadasz's objections.

I think I've mentioned before that Kerry's website sort of flirted with the copyright maximalists. Well, turns out he supported the Fritz Chip. He also seems to like Key Escrow. Now I do think tech issues are a side item in this election. I'm not voting on them. Nor do I think Bush's stances are any better. But if Kerry wins, don't expect any changes in this regard.

John Kerry's real tech agenda | Perspectives | CNET

Milton Bradley's Website
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:38 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

this is very good site. Has lot sof informative information on the subject. you will thank me later.

Milton Bradley's Website

don Herbert, Dead at 87
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:36 am EDT, Aug  3, 2004

he's dead, folks. Alzheimers gets him and reagan, right at nearly the same time. Don't cry too hard for the old bastard.

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