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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

Last Friday, another week of (void) started with a minor discussion on guns
(Robert Jones on how firing in a range made him more aware of how bad guns
were when trained on people, although Thomas Fini Hansen's experiences were
somewhat different. Jo Walsh planned a 1e9 party, although rick wondered how
much of a party atmosphere there'd be (ably refuted by Steve Mynott). Ade
made Macs buzzy.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045087.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045089.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045125.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045135.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045098.html

Meanwhile, a discussion on the correlation between small towns and music was
sparked by Mike Jarvis, argued against by Chris Devers, while duncan
mentioned Londoners Bush, and Ashley Pomeroy and Simon Wistow listed many,
many Liverpool bands, including Frankie Goes To Hollywood, half of whom
Isabelle Whitman seems to have met in this bar...

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045100.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045104.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045107.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045115.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045168.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045130.html

In what now seems like a relic of a kinder, gentler age, Mike Jarvis
continued the thread on guns in the US, and concealed weapon permits (CCWs),
asking why the Veep should be happier if people didn't have guns; this
reminded Simon Kinahan of signs at an airport about checking in weapons as
hold baggage. Robert Shiels wasn't allowed to take tear gas on planes, and
John McDonnell talked about his Leatherman and whether or not it needed to
be checked; as ever Simon Wistow had a story to tell. Chris Devers rounded
it out with good, if sadly outdated, advice, before a deja-(void) discussion
on knife laws.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045144.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045146.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045179.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045183.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045184.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045218.html

Chris Devers told us how to make t-shirts, while Daynal wondered how to make
whizzy DHTML stuff like www.weather.com; Niklas Nordebo and Todd Larason
made the most informative replies, while the thread degenrated to HTTP
pedantry which tailed over the weekend after Phil Gregory quoted Fast Show
memes.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045159.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045160.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045165.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045164.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010903/045166.html

Ashley Pomeroy complained about black phone boxes; Ian Malpass wondered
about red police cars, and Steve Mynott and Chris Heathcote explained it
all. Ashley then popped back to ponder on cars that were ambulances, and
Simon Batistoni and Niklas Nordebo expanded on where you can find armed
British policemen.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045201.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045202.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045208.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045210.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045211.html

Simon Wistow asked about MP3 and Minidisc convergence; rick gave a
linkburst, and (later) Todd Larason recommended the PJB100, as did John
Melesky.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045244.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045246.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045393.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045397.html

Ashley Pomeroy was the first to post about the World Trade Center and
Pentagon attacks, the subject that dominated the rest of the week. In marked
contrast to most of the lists I'm on, (void) was very busy, initially
reflecting the news, before moving on to analysis of it. Chris Devers posted
a great deal; his initial haikuesque response is perhaps the best post that
afternoon.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045251.html

Ian Malpass was one of the first to analyse, coming up with what became the
standard interpretation; Ashley talked about the WTC and Simon Batistoni had
the personal brought home to him via mailing list. Robert Jones brought
Daynal up to date.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045271.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045306.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045313.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045322.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045346.html

Victoria McDonnell's post was argued against by many; John Melesky gave a
short reply; Todd Larason worried about civil liberties, and, despite the
fact Chris Devers didn't like it, he thought the US was going to war. Aaron
Trevena argued against fighting terror by force. Isabelle Whitman replied to
Robert Jones with a oneliner.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045303.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045308.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045308.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045331.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045343.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045358.html

The (void) capability for conspiracy theory was ably tested by Simon Wistow,
who made a devil's advocacy for an Isreali setup. Matt Jones also mentioned
this, as well as getting in a lot of trouble for his comments on 'real
tragedy'; Simon Kinahan commented on Mossad's expertise, while Ian Malpass
and Lee Maguire took exception. Matt later explained his points in a
slightly more temperate manner, as did Ian.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045369.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045406.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045408.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045422.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045542.html

Todd Larason sent us a parable, and later a forward:

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045412.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045647.html

Colin Forbes, Daynal and Mike Jarvis had a rapid, fairly amusing
evolutionary exchange. There was also a discussion on the relationship
between Palestine and Israel, from Chris Devers, Todd Larason, Patrick
Nordebo and Harl.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045482.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045483.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045484.html

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045458.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045476.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045488.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045496.html

The Nostradumus meme made it through to the list (forwarded by Simon
Wistow), where it was demolished in short order by Ashley, Alex Robinson and
Lee Maguire.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045522.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045527.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045530.html
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045532.html

Some other topics that threaded through the discussion were on the veracity
of flight sims (there was no consensus, but it seems they'd be of some help
at least; see Randal's post); how the towers collapsed (Simon Wistow
produced a good link to Salon on this subject) and reflections on the
Israeli talking heads used by the BBC and others.

http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045570.html
http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2001/09/11/collapse_background/
http://slab.org/mailman/private/void/Week-of-Mon-20010910/045641.html

Links of the week; well, photography again, a site relaunch, a walk and some
food.

http://www.broken-keyboard.com/road_trip_pictures/ - Collin Forbes
http://www.ashleypomeroy.com/3200.html             - Arp
http://www.vx-labs.org/search/search.cgi?terms=sex - Ade
http://www.indecorous.com/alph/number_70.html      - Ian Malpass
http://www.fabulousfoods.com/recipes/dessert/cakes/kittylittercake.html
                                                   - Matt Jones