On Fri, 8 Jan 2010 14:26:25 -0800, the infamous "CW"
Pillory? Pillory Clinton?
We rightly care about the environment. But our neurotic obsession
with carbon betrays an inability to distinguish between pollution
and the stuff of life itself. --Bret Stephens, WSJ 1/5/10
If you're worried about the amount of brain bleach needed to remove those
images, I strongly advise you to never, ever follow a link to either "tub
girl" or "lemon party". No, I haven't seen them. Reading the descriptions was
more than I wanted to know.
You've been warned.
I can just hear the stampede of folks running to those links.
Reminds me of my dad coming out to the back yard with all the eneighborhood
kids there and yelling, "Don't climb that tree!" Kids came from miles
around for months afterwards to climb that tree.
I repeat: You've been warned.
For the curious, my mention of those two is a direct result of the discussion
a couple weeks ago concerning eHow's misappropriation of a copyrighted
photograph from another wRecker's web site: "tub girl" and "lemon party" are
frequently suggested as target URLs for redirecting hotlinks, as a means of
discouraging that practice (somebody hotlinks to a photo on your site,
redirect it to tub girl).
On Sat, 9 Jan 2010 14:14:38 -0500, the infamous "Lee Michaels"
Reacting to some vandalism once upon a time in Vista, CA, I bitched
some kids out about cutting across my yard. A couple days later, I
came home from work one afternoon to TEN broken windows, and those
particular kids never cut across the yard again. I was burglarized a
lot back then, too, ending up with a monitored alarm system.
That's what first got me started on the search for a vaporizing laser
to protect my homestead.
Poof! The smoke wafts away and there are no more vandals, thieves,
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