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(void) summary hurty claw 2001-10-05 Pizza, peeking and pulses

(void) summary hurty knee 2001-09-28 Sex, death, busyness, speeches, fragments

(void) summary hurty shoe 2001-09-21 Music (old, grey and bad), more politics

(void) summary hurty buns 2001-09-14 That cultural event and foreshadowing

(void) summary wordy 2001-09-07 Feeling cultured, Macintosh passions, hi-tech stats

(void) summary in the summertime 2001-08-31 Books, hypnosis, falling Romans and uptime

(void) summary nathan-hate 2001-08-24 Dick size wars, window managers and oddball scientists

(void) summary smutty heaven 2001-08-17 Commercials, wild cheese, bouncy and layering

(void) summary bent? he fix 2001-08-10 Gay test, Nethack, babies and exposure

(void) summary when arrive 2001-08-03 Rough notes, controversy and lateness

(void) summary plentyful 2001-07-27 Tomorrow's World, porn and prostitution

(void) summary plenty free 2001-07-20 Number stations, more guns and scaffolding

(void) summary hentai teeth 2001-07-13 Everybody cracks, stats attack and we rap

(void) summary bendy fun 2001-07-06 Currency, driving, bedbugs and scopeware

(void) summary plenty 2001-06-29 Script tamers, schools, crap after and zero

(void) summary sign stream 2001-06-22 it come with it every day at Oven

(void) summary time cube 2001-06-15 Daynal vs the world, candidates and explosions

(void) summary severed dreams 2001-06-08 Daily format, subs and unsubs, fireworks and drinking

(void) summary thick teens 2001-06-01 Platoon, imaging, guerrillas and funny money

(void) summary pit fiend 2001-05-25 too short! nuclear war, lileks and YALT

(void) summary tureen 2001-05-18 t-shirts, chippies and PG-13 films

(void) summary hurting 2001-05-11 Summaries, veal and hinternets too

(void) summary delve 2001-05-04 Facts, links and guest lists

(void) summary unleavened 2001-04-27 Razors, magick, Rand and drugs

(void) summary den 2001-04-20 Eighties music, speedy cars and food

(void) summary lime 2001-04-13 Instructions, beeps and monkeys

(void) summary eats 2001-04-06 File sharing, burnout and beauty

(void) summary serpents 2001-03-26 Earthlights, tees and OS X

(void) summary sicks 2001-03-19 Memes, lizards, walks and rips

(void) summary fife 2001-03-12 Rudeness, art and creation

for summary in (void) 2001-03-05 Coupons, novels and digests

(void) summary three of some 2001-02-26 Spices, jobs and ads

(void) summary returns 2001-02-19 Ridley, youth and photos

(void) weekly summary, february 2001-02-12 Games, plates and gadgets

Another week, another summary. Thankfully the list was a lot quieter
this week; maybe my outburst in the summary helped. Probably not. Ah
well. I bet you weren't expecting this so soon, either, eh? Eh? Heh.

The week seemed to start with much discussion of pizza, sparked by Greg
McCarroll and continued by Patrik Nordebo, who ruminated on mozarella.
Matt Jones got on his soapbox over Dominoes funding (which Todd Larason
later replied to), while Simon Wistow didn't like their adverts, but
then he doesn't like companies that globalise names either. Replicant
did boycott Pepsi, but apparently they're now out of Burma; Arp pondered
on localising names and Oil of [OU]lay, Ian Malpass disliked the Jif
ads.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047497.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047506.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047601.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047509.html

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047513.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047511.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047528.html

British politics made a fairly short lived comeback; Matt Jones posted
the text of a BBC News piece after a Jack Straw interview on Radio 4;
Steve Mynott called it 'typical New Labour bullshit' and Simon Kinahan
was cross and sad, while Rick Booth was apoplectic.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047534.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047549.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047556.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047597.html

There was a thread on logic, which also swung by a cartoon, that spanned
the weeks; Patrik Nordebo thought the language had to be a
Pascal-derived scripting language, Todd Larason extended the discussion,
and Chris explained why he wondered what it was. David Cantrell pointed
out that true and false were language (at least) dependent; Ashley
confused us all.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047498.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047563.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047585.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047548.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047552.html

Matt Jones also started a thread on Usborne spy books; Ashley also
remembered them, and found Falcon Travis sightings from as recently as
1993. Todd Larason mentioned that there are some new series on American
TV with spies in. Ashley posted an infoburst on Salamander books.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047570.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047576.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047722.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047750.html

There was a big argument involving Daynal and 'the usual suspects', then
Stuart Wyatt started (inadvertently) a cascade by asking about
quarantining stuff. Ashley wanted to ban Daynal, but no-one else did
(well, not publically, anyway), so, um, we didn't. Greg enjoys her
presence anyway, and I didn't like the idea of blackballing people.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047663.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047703.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047711.html

Simon Wistow ranted about his Vaio, and a few people offered
replacements; Greg McCarroll preferred his Indy, but Steve Mynott
wondered about a couple of security holes, and David Cantrell talked
about graphics cards for old Suns. Chris Ball also had a SGI, albeit
with a less groovy name. Patrik Nordebo could have had a Sun at work.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047580.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010924/047646.html
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http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047661.html

Chris Heathcote wondered about minds falling out and the bottom of
wells, while Simon Wistow wondered if anyone had seen Miss Smilla's
Feeling for Snow- the answer seemed to be 'no'.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047675.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047686.html

Ashley Pomeroy decided his favourite word was 'legume', after which
there was discussion on how to pronounce it (in a creepy French accent,
according to a_void, duncan followed up the film reference); what they
are (plants in the pea family, via Chris Devers) and got confused with
the French language (thanks to Stuart Wyatt, who was corrected by Robin
Houston).

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http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047699.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047689.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047693.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047700.html

There was also talk of fruit; David Cantrell asked a few questions, and
Greg McCarroll got confused by subject lines (which is fair enough; the
thread was entitled 'Raw Sex'). Robert Shiels wondered about rhubarb,
which is apparently tricky to get rid of (but not as much so as
zucchini) although lightning can kill it, apparently.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047713.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047715.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047736.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047759.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047783.html

Ashley Pomeroy watched Threads, a nuclear warfare bundle of joy from the
'80s, and discovered Turkmenistan. William Wilson told him about
Armenia, and Chris Devers mentioned the slighly, um, dodgy politics of
Belarus(sia).

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047787.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047789.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047802.html

Stuart Wyatt was offered a job working with Interwoven TeamSite; Stephen
Cardie mentioned a thread on cms-list which disparaged it, while Steve
Mynott pointed out exactly what it does. duncan doesn't like it either,
but then he hates all web-based cmses anyway; Mike Jarvis made it clear
that it's not an app server, and that it's not an 'out of the box'
product, and that it's important 'understanding the mindset that goes
with the software'.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047842.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047856.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047862.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047870.html

In post-WTC threads, Atta's will was discussed by Chris Devers; the most
detailed translation was from Patrik Nordebo. Chris also posted the
entire text of a Crypto-Gram special- bad boy, a URL would have sufficed
(as he admitted later.) Mike Jarvis posted a link to satellite photos of
Afghanistan; this was discussed by Stuart Wyatt. Steve Mynott forwarded
a very odd story about "eggs". Ann Coulter was discussed again, in the
imaginately named 'Ann Coulter again' thread, starting with a post from
David Cantrell.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047755.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047779.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047766.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047825.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047843.html

Phrase of the week: 'Blinded and Randomized' from Harl:

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20011001/047793.html

Links of the week, from Ashley, Mike Jarvis, Robert Shiels and Chris
Heathcote:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~allpoms/
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/afghanistan/darunta.htm
http://www.counterpane.com/crypto-gram-0109a.html
http://makeashorterlink.com/?K4642521

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