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How To Beat Mario Bros. 3 In 11 Minutes


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I Can Read!

Thanks to my brother Nick for this:

1. Go to www.google.com
2. Then type I can read wikipedia
3. Click the I’m Feeling Lucky button.

See the results you get.

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MS Sues Spammers for Circumventing its Spam Filter
I had this theory that anti-spam companies make spam. Ya know, give a reason for a product. I mean, who ACTUALLY gets spam to their Inbox still? And if they did, it would have to be a well-formatted email for anyone to take notice. The king of Nigeria wants to give me money if I send the $1000 first? Sounds awesome! :D
Well, if you have dud product (*ah-hem* Microsoft, Hotmail) then you might. I have a Gmail account that gets the spam shit out of it (I can see in my spam folder which I have hidden by default, anyway) but I haven’t seen any actual spam turn up in my inbox since I’ve opened the account. My work account gets NO spam. So, why would spammers target Hotmail accounts? And more importantly, why didn’t their spam filter work?

The InterGoogles Have Getting Passwords
I knew about this story a long time ago. Now that I have said Gmail is awesome with no spam, that doesn’t mean to say Google is in the clear. Their practices are starting to become equally dodgy as say Facebook’s privacy issues OR Microsoft’s…well, sue everything that makes us look bad or we disagree with stance for starters.

And I don’t know if mentioned it previously, NetStumbler would be some sort of software that might as assist in tracking down wireless networks.

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News Article Heading

It’s the most insane news heading to an article I have ever seen.
I dunno how else you would describe that news story any other way.

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Wireless And You!

I am not saying it is legal and I am not saying it should be done.
But it CAN be done.
How to Crack Wireless Network WEP Passwords.

If you do it, naughty naughty.
Then send me the information you find.

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$1mil Question

This is what a $1mil Question Looks like:
The answer of course being Reykjavík. That is what I would have guessed as it is the only place in Iceland that I know exists. Thank you, Sigur Ros.

This is actually from an SNL Skit with Kenan Thompson.

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I may have said this before - who knows? I say a lot of shit. 53 pages of entries.
Anyway, I fucking love AND hate 2leep.
You go to the site and you see a list. You realize that everything in list sounds interesting. And then you realize, “Holy shit, I’ve just wasted 8 hours reading just strange shit all day. Fuck, the boss is gunna be pissed. I got NOTHING accomplished today.

To show you what I mean, here is a list of links that is some form of entertainment:
April Fools: Make their Cubical look fucked up
Dumbest Deaths in History
The most extreme flashlight I have ever seen. Be seen from Space! Ha, just kidding.
The Future: We’re fucked.
Strangest Creature On Earth
The Mysterious Sailing Stones of Death Valley
Ugly Fucking Dogs
Russian Films Worth Watching
Ellipse Wings
Epic Fail Parking
You Park Like An ArseHole
12 Most Creative McDonalds Ads
10 Hijacked Billboards
10 Weirdest Diseases
What Good Parenting Looks Like
Poor Americans
5 Traumatic 80s Cartoons
Interesting Photos
9 Funny Micky D’s Commericals
10 Extinct Animals
15 Clever Logos
Numbers on the Music Industry
What it is like to Work in China
10 Really Great Bathroom Inventions
Underwater Museum In Mexico
Disable Windows Nagging
The Horror of the Subway
Odd Photo
Most Expensive Homes Around the Globe
25 Worst Jobs to Have in 2010
12 Scholarships That Actually Exist
10 Interesting-looking Petrol Stations
Ironic Shirts to be Arrested In
More Photos that Have Not Been Photoshopped
10 Excellent Short Films
See what I mean?

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Let’s just say that the ISPs of Australia and the Government do what we all fear and what George Orwell loosely predicted: control and monitor ALL Internet traffic. I mean, 1984 is more of a dystopian novel about the totalitarian regime of the Party, an oligarchical collectivist society where life in the Oceanian province of Airstrip One is a world of perpetual war, pervasive government surveillance, public mind control, and the voiding of citizens’ rights. In the Ministry of Truth (Minitrue), protagonist Winston Smith is a civil servant responsible for perpetuating the Party’s propaganda by revising historical records to render the Party omniscient and always correct, yet his meagre existence disillusions him into rebellion against Big Brother, which leads to his arrest, torture, and conversion. But ya know, whatever.
I mean, it would take many people to trawl through all the data to find out what any of it means to begin with.

So when that happens, what do you to? Apart from becoming China.
Well, after you go through a vast amount of emotions including (but not limited to):
* Wetting your Pants
* Cry into your pillow
* Punch a wall in blinding rage
* Cower in a corner

Well, stress no more! We have a solution: A VPN. This system would only work on the proviso that there is a network still available out there that allows a free network. There are plenty of networks you can pay money for to access to their VPN. It is like dialing up to your ISP. Except you’re using your ISP to connect to somewhere else. I found a few little “How To’s”:

How to Create a VPN #1 and How to Create a VPN #2. Or you could download some software which might either give you more options or simplify the whole process. And here is a list of 5 free VPN clients/
You’re welcome.

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