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19 Jun 2002
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Members - Troll
i bet he gets lots of nice ICQs today
Popular Mechanics Cover Gallery
BBC Sport | World Cup | Sports Talk | Who will win the World Cup?
"Don't underestimate [Croatia]'s ability to twist the fabric of time and reality sufficiently to put us into the final - against Andorra in Ouagadougou - on 31st June."
Building new communities - learning from weblogs (2.9MB PowerPoint file)
For anyone interested...
Fonte de' Medici: Podere Tignanello
Big five labels sued over copy-protected CDs
ESPN.com - Page2 - Kids, don't do mingers
"I don't do mingers"
About NPR: Request Permission to Link to NPR.org
I found this so incredibly funny
Someone forgot to buy the domain name
in memory of short, canonical URLs
I Spent an Interesting Evening Recently with a Grain of Salt
markov chain generator
World Cup Soccer Football Round-up with Frankie Truman
completely classic US take on the World Cup
Today's Party Pictures-6/5/02
that's ME on the bottommost righthand picture. i look good in lavender trousers.
Windows-NT vs. CP/M
Internet Society (ISOC) Dot org Bid
ICANN | .org Reassignment: Applications Received
appalling web pages.
Bigbro3.com covering the uk big brother tv series - today
Jade - "What's a banquet?", Alex - "it's a little bank"
BBC News | Africa| Bush launches Aids fund for Africa
This is the same man who withdrew *all* funding for any pro-choice charity groups that were related to abortions - including all overseas aid oriented ones. fucking *fucker*
Salon.com News | The zealots behind President Bush's U.N. family planning sellout
plenty of bonkers American Christian groups are declaring alliances with bonkers Muslim groups.
Wired 10.07: The Madness of King George
Oh beautiful, beautiful irony.
Angry Kid: Stinky (AtomFilms)
You *are* Angry Kid, Jude.
BBC News | Sci/Tech | Doomed love songs of whales
So they're saying that there are a few blue whales left. A forlorn hope, perhaps. And now they can't hear each other.