First tracks

Thursday, 15 March 2007

“Abject fuckwad.” Take that, Internet!

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Jen

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Sometimes I wonder if the true intention of this website is to mess with the internets' heads and then collect data on who shows up and from which search queries.

'Sgreat.

By Jen on 15 March 2007 · 20:08
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Jen

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I do love it here though... with all this cozy css and xhtml. Oh and the content too. That can be nice as well... :)

By Jen on 15 March 2007 · 20:21
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Ashley

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Oh! Be nice or I’ll release the dogs. Or the bees. Or the dogs with bees in their mouths, and when they bark they shoot bees at you.

By Ashley on 15 March 2007 · 21:32
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Ashley

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It wasn’t in the mission statement but you are correct that it makes it into the day to day business. What’s really amazing is how fast we all became fluent fishies in this new world of a billion interconnected computers. How fast we forgot what how wonderous the water is once we lived in it long enough.

By Ashley on 15 March 2007 · 21:27
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