Verbix -- conjugate verbs in 50 languages WebVerbix is a free on-line
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How Does Pot Work? How Does Pot Work?
Chinese Jews - History Ancient Legacy of Chinese Jews
Highlighting One Thousand Years of History
he is a God
Biography of the Roman Emperor Caligula
The New Yorker: Fact Does a glacier hold the secret of how civilization began—and how it may end?
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Scooter will smell wonderful!
CraZy Pet Shampoos and Sprays by Cardinal Laboratories
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Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Pakistan accused of sheltering fugitive Taliban Former minister says fugitive Taliban leaders living life of luxury in Pakistan
Shoe bomb graphic quick example of how it can be done.
Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Shoe bomb graphic
Boston Globe Online: Print it! To understand how something so destructive as heroin can come from something so simple as a mother's need to care for her three children, one merely has to look at the wreck that is Afghanistan's economy.
The most over-and underreported stories of the year
2001 Media Follies - Eat the State! (December 19, 2001)
way cool!!
Bart's Special Shape Collection - Main Menu
you saw this right?
Commercial Closet
news.telegraph.co.uk - Apes were first to get high on drugs Apes were first to get high on drugs
The Language Construction Kit This set of webpages (what's a set of webpages? a webchapter?) is intended for anyone who wants to create artificial languages-- for a fantasy or an alien world, as a hobby, as an interlanguage. It presents linguistically sound methods for creating naturalistic languages-- which can be reversed to create non-naturalistic languages. It suggests further reading for those who want to know more, and shortcuts for those who want to know less.
Go ahead: enjoy that drink and ignore the AMA's puritanical nagging. Doctors have no monopoly, says Theodore Dalrymple, on wisdom and the keys to good living...
OpinionJournal - Extra
The Chronicle: 12/21/2001: By Their Clothes Ye Shall Know Them Long after we've forgotten what our professors told us in college, we remember what they wore. Attire has its own syntax and vocabulary, and it says both more and less than seems apparent.
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Ant's Gay Pet Adoption Service
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Needle Exchange Does Not Boost Local Crime
Landover-Baptizon.com: buying info: Nancy Boy Chrissy, The Bed-Wetting Sissy! Do you know someone whose child seems a bit effeminate? Does he dress a little too neatly? Take too much time with his schoolwork? Is he suspiciously polite to grown-ups? Well, "Nancy Boy Chrissy, the Bed Wetting Sissy" is just the holiday gift to provide the tools his parents will need to embarrass and taunt him back to masculinity.
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The Official Waffle House Songs Web Page,  Atlanta, Georgia
mostly its a bunch of junk
Built St. Louis: Home
i knew he was
Santa Claus is Coming Out
well goooooleee
i did not know this
hee hee
Google, others dig deep--maybe too deepThe whole point of The Web, and webservers, and search engines like Google is simple -- to make information public. The answer to this "problem" is simple -- don't store confidential information on a webserver. Period. The fact that Google now digs into non-HTML encoded things that people have decided to hang onto the web is a good thing, and if you don't want it to be seen, don't put in on a webserver. It. Is. That. Simple. NEVER NEVER POST ANYTHING ON THE WEB YOU DONT WANT TO BE SEEN BY EVERYONE!
as in Ancient Rome all the colonies of the empire had there hands out for money
hmmmm do you see a parallel in 2002?
Foreign Policy In Focus | Global Affairs Commentary | Closer Military Ties May Mean Deepening War in the Philippines
Ralph Nader Conducting His Own War -- 12/20/2001 "We should never allow Washington to say, 'Shut up, get in line and wave the flag,'"
"Why do so many young Americans end their own lives?" With so much attention focused on understanding why Islamic youths are so driven to suicide, this article I ran across about U.S teenagers really hit me hard: "The suicide rate for Americans aged between 15 and 24 tripled between 1950 and 1994.....but when it comes to working out why young people end their lives, much of the clarity of the research disappears."
Economist.com
a boys dying wish
he wanted to get laid
Daily Telegraph: The moral minefield of a boy's dying wish [21dec01]
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Reichsautobahn "Berlinka"
Guardian Unlimited Books | By genre | Gods and monsters Why do Islamist terrorist groups like al-Qaida and Hamas want to crush the west and destroy Israel? Michael Scott Doran unravels the historical roots of their extremism
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Tongue twisters, Zungenbrecher, Trabalenguas, Skorogovorki
Economist.com Terrorism is not the only scourge
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ahhhh the men in my life!
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comments for when you go out to eat
ZAGAT SURVEY: BY POPULAR VOTE
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Monster Cards of the 1950's and 1960's
The New McCarthyism | Matthew Rothschild | January 2002 issue of The Progressive magazine The New McCarthyism
Is Anheuser-Busch the Official Beer of Homosexuals?
Sex Glossary
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Understanding Male Sexuality Understanding Male Sexuality
why some people are predisposed to alcoholism
Investigating a 'protective gene' against alcoholism Investigating a 'protective gene' against alcoholism
New Scientist Champagne does get you drunk faster
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Welcome to Laugh Lab Take part in a huge experiment to find the world's funniest joke
TAP: Vol 12, Iss. 22. Architecture: Boring Buildings. Sarah Williams Goldhagen.
Nuclear power bad very bad!
The Village Voice: Features: Unsafe at Any Price by Erik Baard
you know at least ONE dont you?
The Sinatra Songbook
Hungry?
Single Man's Guide to TV Dinners
and now for something different
Landover Baptist Gift Shop
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Hilton Sisters The Hilton Sisters are the two heirs to the Hilton fortune
and are ripping apart the celeb social-scene in both NYC and LA.
They party hardy and have been seen with all the notorious club-crawlers in town,Paris has hooked up with Edward Furlong and Leo Dicaprio to name a few..Nicky is whole-heartedly following in her big sis's footsteps.If you don't quite know who they are yet, you will soon.
NEWCITYCHICAGO.COM: Street Smart Chicago THE BIG TEST
Hauling it out for your very first AIDS screening
gfn.com - Spotlight News Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. was hit with a $100 million lawsuit late last week, alleging it discriminated against African American customers.
Objectionable Content Trembling Before G-d is a documentary about gay Orthodox Jews.
i love this country
Guardian Unlimited | Columnists | John Sutherland: America and its advantages
Nuclear power bad very bad
The Nando Times: Germany passes law to do away with nuclear power Germany passes law to do away with nuclear power
Omniglot - a guide to writing systems What is writing?
Racehorse relations More than 95 per cent of today's male thoroughbreds are descended from just one stallion, and more than three-quarters of modern racehorse genes come from just 30 ancestors, new research reveals.
Motherjones.com -- Web Exclusives America's Lonely Drug War With the confirmation of John Walters as the new drug czar, the US is committing itself to a punishment-based War on Drugs -- even as most of its allies are declaring cease-fires.
Israeli company has near-total knowledge of who phones whom in USA
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Your Jewish Fairy Godmother: Help, Motivation, Coaching, Advice, Problem-solving, Negotiating, Inspiration
"A Mind of Its Own" author David M. Friedman chats about the long, uncut history of the penis.
Salon.com Sex | The secret history of Mr. Happy
Nasal discharge in dried form is made of complex sugars, sodium, and water: the same ingredients as most junk foods.
NATIONAL POST ONLINE | News story
check out these other weblogs
GLBT Weblogs & Journals / hit-or-miss.org
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Salon.com Life | All quiet on the homefront
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Herald Sun: On the scent of geeks [02dec01]
Lewis Pantyhose Home Page Hi I'm Lewis, a Chinese male who wear pantyhose (to replace cotton socks), not for fetish. I just consider pantyhose as a practical normal clothing.
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Rupauls blog
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a dream come true
BBC News | SCI/TECH | Paving the way for 'uncrackable' codes
How Bill Clinton laid the groundwork for the new police state.
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which one are your favorites?
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A Beautiful Mind
American retail sales in November saw the biggest drop in a decade according to the latest government figures. The Federal Reserve cut interest rates again this week, for the eleventh time this year and for the first time since the economy was officially declared to be in recession. Some of the current optimism that a swift and strong recovery is under way may be overdone
Economist.com | US economy
The Village Voice: Features: How We Lost Afghanistan by Ted Rall
now this is style (it could go with the pants!)
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skip the intro and on the next window click the help to see how to play
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need a term paper? buy it!
Adventures in Cheating - A guide to buying term papers online. By Seth Stevenson
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gfn.com - Spotlight News
The World's Heaviest People. Dedicated to those 900 pounds and up.
The 900 Club
now they kill even in a church
The Nando Times: Church members gather to discuss man police killed in their sanctuary
Iraq-under-sanctions a chamber of horrors
Andy Kershaw: Iraqi Sanction's Gruesome Toll
Magic Mill- Create a fake college diploma
Noah's Flood was there a real flood or not? (the cynic: if Noah took took two of every species, what did ant eaters eat on the 2nd day?)
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just silly!!
Something Awful
The extinction of chimps may be our own undoing.
Guardian Unlimited | Archive Search
The Nation's Leading and Most Respected Gay Latino Magazine
qvMagazine: The Papi Issue
I just thought these looked really trippy!!
A Gallery of Victorian Airships
Someting for the children?
Eric Doeringer's modern toy sets for urban youth
When you care enough to send the very best, send an Anthrax-O-Gram.
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Scott Pakin's automatic complaint-letter generator
Most of the items have been unseen by western eyes
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Fantastic TV series from the 1960's
The Prisoner - Number Six
family.telegraph.co.uk - Why we fed heroin to our son
Looking for that perfect gift?.....
A "sonic flashlight" developed by a biomedical engineer at the University of Pittsburgh makes the human body seem translucent right in front of your eyes.
The Whitaker Foundation: Research News
Falwell-Robertson-Bin Laden Quiz Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and Usama bin Laden have a lot in common. Take the quiz and see if you can identify statements by each of these "leaders."
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Queer Window
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Willamette Week Online | Culture COLUMN / INTERVIEW | Ho...Ho...CHO!
In the grip of Ron Jeremy The XXX star speaks on porn, penis size, and the meaning of life.
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A theory making the rounds on the Internet, on the airwaves, and in the press claims that the bombing of the Taliban has nothing to do with a "war on terrorism" but everything to do with the oil pipeline the West wants to build through Afghanistan.
Pipe Dreams - The origin of the "bombing-Afghanistan-for-oil-pipelines" theory. By Seth Stevenson
I just thought this was way cool to replace your ugly my computer icon..
you can shake it just like a snowblobe
WinCustomize Skins & Visual Styles: DesktopX Theme/Objects Library
Dysfunctional Family Values How the government decides what you're worth
BLOOMINGTON INDEPENDENT 2001
The general decline in sartorial standards has been gradual.
Salt Lake City Weekly news & opinion - Dress for Success, by D.P. Sorensen - November 29, 2001
"All the Rage: The Story of Gay Visibility in America" has positioned itself as the "first authoritative guide to the new gay visibility in America" by offering readers a comprehensive list of queer representation in virtually every facet of contemporary culture.
NEWCITYCHICAGO.COM: Street Smart Chicago
#1-this guy is the biggest idiot and most over protective father ever.
#2- why does it have to be a boy... it's all about if "your son"
#3- "AMD" disables hacking security feature HAHAHA!
#4- and i quote "Popular hacker software includes "Comet Cursor", "Bonzi Buddy" and "Flash"." pleaaaaaaaze!!
Adequacy.org || Is Your Son a Computer Hacker?
how do you spell inflation?
The Deficit President - And how he's getting away with it. By Jonathan Chait
Queer as Volk? - A new book claims Hitler was a closet case. By Ron Rosenbaum
Should You Be Afraid Of John Ashcroft?
Taking Liberties By Jacob Weisberg
Iraq Not - Why the sudden urgency about taking Saddam down? By Steve Chapman
A few years ago, an interesting little man named Rune decided to start collecting something. He chose barf bags. Check it out......
Rune's Barf Bag Collection - Welcome!
A look into the future of the internet and technology
FutureFile.com - a portal for the future (trends)
Iran and the atomic bomb
The New Yorker: Fact
Afghanistan Online: Medieval Jewish community of Afghanistan
WARCLUB is a Philadelphia based Native American hip hop group consisting of Ryakin and Rymahawk .
AWOL! WARCLUB- Native American Hip Hop Headz
The results of a global survey of sexual habits conducted by condom-maker SSL International. The survey polled of 18,500 men and women age 16-55 from 28 countries and was carried out in May. Last year's survey quizzed people in 27 countries, with some variation in the countries participating.
Boston.com / Sex survey
Get a workout without leaving your couch!
New Scientist
In hacker circles he is considered a God
16-year-old Ankit Fadia has written a 624-page-encyclopedia of hacking. His security site has been ranked second in the world. What have you done lately?
Shift.com
how words are interconncected
DIRK | homepage
Learn about your first name
Behind the Name - the Etymology and History of First Names
Meth labs create toxic headaches in national forests
The">The Independent Online - News
Gay hate site is yanked
Gay Site Halts Death 'Advice'
how many did you guess correctly?
Name That Theme - Can you Name the TV Show Theme Song Game
Top toys for this year
the dj mixer and the fashion puppy is way cool!
Family.com: 2001 Toy of the Year: The Winners' Circle
This issue of The Peculiar One is focused on AIDS and World AIDS Day Recognized
On December 1st of every year.
Compiled are a number of websites focused to the person with HIV/AIDS.
Though these websites are of particular interest to those afflicted and/or affected with
HIV/AIDS many of them are useful to the community not afflicted with the disease.
I invite you to visit the web-sites pass them along and be thankful for your own good health and to be hopeful if you are afflicted with any debilitating disease.
AIDS sweeps through eastern Europe
New Scientist
Traveling with HIV -- AEGIS
TRAVEL and VACATIONS WITH A MAJOR ILLNESS OR DISABILITY:
ARE YOU COVERED?
Travel & Insurance
Keep Hope Alive Home Page (Key search words: HIV, HHV-6, AIDS, nutrition, immune system, chronic fatigue, keephope.net ) Keep Hope Alive, Ltd., is an IRS-approved 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. On this website, we offer a comprehensive source of information on integrative therapies (combining the best of the pharmaceutical drugs with complementary therapies) with special emphasis on immune-based, dietary, nutritional, herbal, bio-oxidative and other natural therapies for persons immune- compromised that may be affected by HIV/AIDS, Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS), candidiasis, hepatitis, cancer and other conditions. This web site contains over 700 pages of information
HIV+ and traveling to a foreign country?
HIV Testing Requirements
HIV and drug resistance
requires that you register..its free
Welcome to HIVresistanceWeb
Resource to research your prescription drugs
InteliHealth: Resources
The Body: An AIDS and HIV Information Resource
Recreational drugs and HIV
Party Smarty Marty's HIV/Recreational Drugs Interactions
AIDS.ORG - Quality Treatment Information and Resources
SF AIDS Fdn: Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS -- Main Page
HIV positive? Need a date?
Living Positive HIV Dating AIDS Dating HIV AIDS
Alternative Treatments
AIDSmeds.com - complete info & lessons on treating HIV & AIDS
Eat right! Live longer!
AIDS
AIDS Medicine Recylcing Project The purpose of the AIDS Medicine Recycling Project is to gather unused medications that have already been paid for and deliver them to people overseas who need them and cannot afford them. Donated medications come from individuals, medical doctors and medical organizations.
One of the LARGEST sources of HIV/AIDS information on the web!
HIV / AIDS Information on the Internet, provided by AEGIS
ACT UP/New York
FDA HIV/Aids emailing list
Archives of FDA-HIV-AIDS@LIST.NIH.GOV
HIV i-Base guide to avoiding & managing side effects
Contents
Fight those spies I know, I know, I've said this a billion times, but if you're overly concerned about your privacy, then don't get on the Internet. However, if you're already on the World Wide Web, that doesn't mean you should sit back and just let anyone sneak around on your computer. Spyware, adware, and all those nastywares get into your PC to dig up (and share) information that you probably don't want to have shared. SpywareInfo doesn't just tell you about a couple of helpful apps - it provides links to related articles and information so that your system can stay free and clean.
Spychecker - database of Spyware (adware) products lets you detect spyware before you download.
It was awsome to see him live in Florida last year
Ravi Shankar, 81, looked frail as he walked onstage on Sunday night for what was billed as his final Carnegie Hall concert and last full-scale tour. His daughter and musical disciple, Anoushka Shankar, had, as planned, played the first half without him. But once Ravi Shankar picked up his sitar, there was nothing hesitant or autumnal about the music. In slow, introspective passages and fast flashy ones, he improvised with aggression and wit. After one burst of speed that finished with a syncopated twist, Anoushka Shankar, accompanying her father, doubled over with delighted laughter. Mr. Shankar is winding down a long career of bringing Indian classical music to Western listeners simply by improvising more of it, continuing to illuminate the tradition one piece at a time. He has to shorten raga performances to suit the strictures of Western concert halls, but that is the only significant compromise he makes with the music. In the 1960's, when he was already a leading Indian musician, he introduced Western baby boomers to undiluted ragas by assuming that they could appreciate what they heard. He was right; even listeners unfamiliar with the systems and subtleties of the tradition respond to the songlike phrasing of the sitar and the rush of rhythm from the tabla.
Mr. Shankar's two selections on Sunday night were a Punjabi raga with an unusual rhythmic cycle and then a thumri, a less formal garland (or medley) of ragas. The Punjabi raga had a tangy, assertive tone, even in the slow introductory alap, where sustained notes bent and wriggled like melodic eels. Later, joined by two tabla players, Bikram Ghosh and Tanmoy Bose, Mr. Shankar raced ahead of their pattering drums, then slyly doubled back. The thumri was even more flamboyant, with melody lines that coiled and struck like cobras and interjections that leaped out like sassy one-liners as the music accelerated.


Anoushka Shankar, 20, is one of the few younger sitarists with only one teacher, her father; more often musicians study with disciples of various schools. She is a good student who has absorbed especially well the punchy attack and unstoppable rhythm of her father's faster passages, though she does not yet pack drama into every phrase as he does. Sharing a bill with Ravi Shankar would be tough comparison for any musician, however, and Mr. Shankar taught the disciplined joy of his music with every note he played.
Personal medical information shared online may not be protected by new federal rules meant to protect health-care privacy, according to a report sponsored by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
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The Jerusalem Post Newspaper: Online News From Israel scientists develop first diabetes vaccine
what a mess we have gotten into!
Scientific American: Feature Article: India, Pakistan and the Bomb: December 2001
Not all Jews Support Israel
Not In My Name: Taking Action for a Just Peace in Israel and Palestine
With songs about marijuana and Christmas, the Asylum Street Spankers combine old American music forms with a postmodern sensibility
Riverfront Times | riverfronttimes.com | Music
A hollow victory The Afghan war has increased hunger and banditry but will not reduce the terror threat
Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | A hollow victory
Backyard terrorism The US has been training terrorists at a camp in Georgia for years - and it's still at it
Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Backyard terrorism
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the sex industry and Americas terror
AlterNet -- Sex Industry Sent Topsy-Turvy by Terror
Can you tell the difference between Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans? Take the test. I scored a 9. Average is 7 Now you take the test!
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have your onw homie
Homies Central
This is the story of Billy Tipton, a female jazz musician who lived as a man from the time she was nineteen, until he died at age seventy-four
Suits Me--The Double Life of Billy Tipton
Afghanistan can be a very confusing place. Here's a quick guide to help keep track of all the players in President Bush's crusade against terrorism.

1. Taliban - Very BAD Afghans. These dour 11th century rustics wear turbans, don't shave, and cover up their womenfolk. They have defied the US by refusing to hand over guest Osama bin Laden, a national hero of the war against the Soviets. Nations that defy Uncle Sam get carpet bombed.

2. These wicked Talibs run a state based on Islamic law, an outrage in our modern age - except, of course, in the case of Israel, whose people say they were given their nation by GOD, and that's GOOD, except for troublemaking local inhabitants, called Palestinians, who are terrorists and BAD. George Bush says he draws instruction from the bible, and this is GOOD, but when Taliban's Mullah Omar follows the Koran, that's EVIL.

3. The Northern Alliance - GOOD Afghans, even though they run the opium trade and are led by war criminals. They make nice parades and vow to crush Taliban - provided the US does most of the fighting. Their arms come from Russia, money from CIA. You can easily spot them because they wear baggy Iranian uniforms and caps, not turbans. They cover up their women, just like those insensitive Taliban brutes.

4. Pakistan. On 10 September Pakistan was branded by the US as a borderline terrorist state run by a BAD military dictator, Gen. Musharraf, who backed Taliban and had lots of EVIL Islamic friends. By 12 September, however, Pakistan had become a heroic ally in the crusade against terrorism. Pakistan shamelessly ditched old ally Taliban, and handed over the country for use by the US military. Musharraf, now GOOD, is hailed in the west for courage and vision, though a big percentage of his people seem to heartily disagree. Before getting somewhat elected, President Bush couldn't even name Pakistan's leader when asked by a reporter. Now, Bush and Musharraf are new best friends.

5. The USA - GOOD, minding its own business, totally innocent victim of evil Islamic-Nazi forces, according to the well-read Bush, a former business partner of the bin Laden family. Just because the US has gone to war against Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Libya, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, and Afghanistan is no reason to believe it has anything against Muslims. Some of the US's best friends - like the Shah of Iran, Saddam Hussein, and the enlightened royal families of Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and the Gulf - have been Muslims. And just because the Israelis use US-made tanks and helicopters to crush the Palestinian uprising and assassinate its leaders - a GOOD act of counter-terrorism - that's no reason for anyone to get mad at the US of A. Washington has even thoughtfully got the media to censor itself so Americans won't be upset by TV footage of dead Afghan children.

6. Russia - Big winner in this unfolding mess. Clever leader Putin talks Bush into backing Russia's barbaric repression of Chechens as `anti-terrorism.' American cash flows to the Kremlin. The Ruskis are pressing the US to crush Taliban, saving them the nasty, expensive job. Ditto for Israel, trying hard to get US crusaders to go B-52 Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Yemen, Syria, and Iran.

7. Saudi Arabia - Main financier of extremist Islamic groups - provided they stay far away from the oil kingdom - backed Taliban and extremist Wahabis in Afghanistan in a covert war against hated foe, Iran. US troops based in Saudi Arabia prevent its people from overthrowing their beloved royal family. The Saudis - aka `our Arabs' - used to be GOOD, but now, because of their reluctance to help kill large numbers of fellow Muslims, they are being rebranded by the US media as BAD.

8. Iran - VERY BAD ULTRA TERRORISTS until 11 Sept. Iran has been stirring the Afghan pot for 20 years. Tehran's mullahs hate Taliban's mullahs and Pakistan. Being much cleverer than Arabs, whom Iranians also hate, Iran's slippery mullahs are playing footsie with the US, and jointly backed the GOOD Northern Alliance against the BAD Taliban. Previous US claims Iran was a `rogue state,' and guilty of the bombing of a US military bases in Saudi Arabia, have been quietly dropped. Iran is now PRETTY GOOD.

9. Terrorists - Last week, Tamil `terrorists' staged bloody suicide attacks in Sri Lanka; Basque `terrorists' murdered a Spanish judge and exploded a powerful car bomb in Madrid; the IRA shot of a car bomb in Britain. Not a peep came from Washington. Terrorism, in the American definition, boils down to acts of violence only against American interests.

10. ULTRA BAD Osama bin Laden - Still alive and frothing after a month of being a bull's eye for America's vast military might. Calls Muslims to launch a jihad against the west, when what Muslims really need is a jihad against their own rotten societies that make them a helpless prey to western political and economic exploitation. Brother Osama increasingly seen in the Third World as a saintly figure, thanks to demonization by the US media. Many Osama wanna-be's waiting in the wings.

11. US Strategy - Carpet bomb'em back to the 4th century, waste bin Laden, and get the hell out before the BAD GUYS in turbans win.
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Do-it-yourself Internet anonymity
Along with the recent government hysteria over terrorists, we've seen legislative measures and 'emergency powers' inviting law-enforcement agencies worldwide to conduct Internet surveillance on an unprecedented scale. But because the state-of-the-art of electronic dragnets makes it difficult if not impossible to exclude the comings and goings of innocent citizens, we thought this a good time to run down the basic techniques for ordinary, law-abiding folk to come and go anonymously on the Net, and keep their private business private.
The Register
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National Weather Service Wind Chill
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Yahoo! News - Reuters Photo
Classical Islamic Biomedicine
recipe cards from the ancient Romans
Archaeology Magazine
The Teletubbies shooting gallery. This is so wrong, but it feels so right.
teletubbies
I will let you know WHEN I DIE!
Loving Pup, Inc.
Where US money is going
The low down on the Northern Alliance
The Village Voice: Features: Blood on the Tracks by Jonathan Adams
Flood Of Cheap Afghan Heroin To Arrive Just In Time For Recession
NEW YORK—The nation's smack addicts received welcome news Monday, when The Wall Street Journal reported that the war in Afghanistan has opened the floodgates for cheap Afghan heroin, just in time for the coming recession. "Even if their stock portfolios are dwindling, America's junkies can take heart in the fact that the Taliban is embarking on a massive heroin sell-off, slashing prices dramatically," Wall Street Journal reporter Tom Petzinger said. "So even if GE drops to $20 a share, keep in mind that heroin has dropped to $50 a gram." Ed Evans, a recently laid-off Detroit auto worker and longtime heroin addict, called the report "real great, uh, that's unnnnhhf..."
The Village Voice: Nation: The Dope on Dope by Chisun Lee
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Men Get 'Bulge' Jeans to Enhance Their Assets
Even if YOU don't know what faith you are, Belief-O-Matic knows. Answer 20 questions about your concept of God, the afterlife, human nature, and more, and Belief-O-Matic will tell you what religion (if any) you practice...or ought to consider practicing.
Beliefnet.com
The Village Voice: Features: Post-Straight by Chris Nutter gay men are rewriting the rules of what it takes to be the ideal man
Cannabis a medical miracle - it's official
Guardian Unlimited | Archive Search Cannabis a medical miracle - it's official
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"Toys and Games with a glowing appeal" - Biotoy
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Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
Back in oh lets say 1975 when i was working for a bank in Florida; can you believe it they hired ME to work in a bank? I was included in some of the very earliest installs of the first ATM machines. I realized than how vulnerable they are. This rather lengthy and techy article goes further into how ATM machines work and how they can be compromised.
Why Cryptosystems Fail
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FBI agents in the United States probing relatives of Saudi-born terror suspect Osama Bin Laden before September 11 were told to back off soon after George W Bush became president, the BBC has reported.
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Infectious Awareables - Directory
what a mess!!
Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Confusion over war's next phase as ground attack stalls
least we forget what his greatness Mao stated:
"People of the world, unite and defeat the U.S. aggressors and all their running dogs! People of the world, be courageous, dare to fight, defy difficulties and advance wave upon wave. Then the whole world will belong to the people. Monsters of all kinds shall be destroyed."

"Statement Supporting the People of the Congo (L.) Against U.S. Aggression" (November 28, 1964), People of the World, Unite and Defeat the U.S. Aggressors and All Their Lackeys, 2nd ed., p. 14.

As of this week this is what is showing in Chinese theatres:
news.telegraph.co.uk - Beijing produces videos glorifying terrorist attacks on 'arrogant' US
very trippy
CrazyImages.com
actually I have read the book that this man was arrested for having at the airport as he boarded a plane its a rather obscure and placid book
Independent Argument
i love numbers
Am I in Pi?
Nerve.com - Sex and Disability Special Issue sex and disability
The Village Voice: Features: Mondo Washington: Osama’s New Recruits by James Ridgeway another article looks at the possible anthrax and neo nazi connection
gfn.com - Arts & LivingFormer President Gerald Ford believes the federal government should treat gay couples the same as married couples, including providing equal Social Security and tax benefits.

Ford's views, expressed in an exclusive telephone interview, make him the highest-ranking Republican ever to endorse equal treatment for gay couples.
gfn.com - Arts & Living Bit by bit, the evidence accumulates, and some conservatives are dismayed at what they see: a Republican administration sending low-key but clear signals that gays are welcomed in its ranks and respected as a voting bloc.
THE SUNDAY TIMES: FOREIGN NEWS Isreal and their nuclear shield
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Mummification for Pets & Animals should i do this with scooter?
Sex Glossary: Sex Words Defined and Explained sex glossary
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for my geek friends buy extra memory for 9.99
Ananova - 'First language may have used clicks'
you know how i love language this site is from one of my central African emailers
Guardian Unlimited Observer | International | Anthrax attacks' 'work of neo-Nazis' The anthrax attacks are the work of neo-Nazis'
The Brick Testament
the bible according to lego
Medieval Medicine
Medieval Medicine
Scientific American: Ask the Experts What makes the sound when we crack our knuckles
TheSpark.com - Internet Like Burning. all sorts of cool online tests you can take
Mens Health Men's Guide to Fitness, Health, Sex and Life
How to play chess with beer
Why Are There No Rich Hackers? i know i aint rich!
Halloween-in-a-Minit
Halloween's upon us, and along with it comes the annual "what are you going to be?" costume quandary. Whatever you do, don't freak out and rush to get on board with the current "no scary costumes" policy being peddled by well-meaning "family journalists." Yes, living amid a real scare makes us revisit the topic--good! But Halloween's raison d'ĂȘtre is a one-night fling with our darker aspects, a yearly visit with the spooks and ghouls among and within us. Scary costumes are designed to drive the baddies away, to put to flight the restless souls who are given one night to prowl the human world before All Saint's Day shuts 'em down. Even if you don't buy the religio-historical roots of the holiday, most of us can appreciate that getting in touch with your dark side is a darn healthy exercise.

Costume-wise, this doesn't automatically mean bleeding eyeballs and severed limbs. Each of us has a different demon to drive away. On a diet? Dress as something from your menu of temptations. Technopho-bic? Come as a diabolical device. It's just that easy. And my E-Z costume helper will coax you toward greater understanding of your personal bogeyman, with suggestions from inside, outside and beside the costume canon. These simple steps are designed to get you suited and suitable within half an hour, with minimum prep and expense. And do hold or go to Halloween parties. Haunt your friends' houses and howl at the moon. Give the chiaroscuro complexity of Hallow's Eve its due.

FOOD COSTUMES

It takes only basic craftiness to go from civilian to comestible. Options abound in the food pyramid.

Slice o' pie/pizza: Two pieces yellow posterboard (cut into triangles), stapler to affix them to same-colored shirt. Use red spray-painted paper plates for pepperoni, or wear a contrasting-color shirt for luscious fruit filling.

Buncha grapes: green or purple balloons, same-color shirt, neutral pants, safety pins. Not for the skittish--wags and rascals will pop you. Bring spares. Optional felt leaves add realism.

NEW TWISTS ON OLD FAVORITES

Basic costumes, often passed over as too obvious or overused, can make a mighty presentation if you add some tangy zip.

Holey ghost: Remember It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, when ol' Roundhead goes berserk with the shears and ends up with a Swiss-cheese sheet? You laughed then, you'll laugh again.

Witch/Bitch: Add some personality to your pointy-hat-and-broom ensemble by selecting a hateable female to lampoon. What formidable femme chaps your hide...Condoleezza Rice? Susan "Stop the Insanity" Powter? Martha Stewart? Let the rancor flow through you by wearing a WASP-y blond bob wig under your hatbrim.

SUPERNATURALS AND SEMI-DEITIES

Lesser characters from the catalog of fantasy deserve a second look. These sprites are plenty frightening. Lurking in chimneys and reaching under pillows--yeesh!

Tooth fairy: General fairy froufrou can be fashioned from a few yards of tulle. Coat hangers stretched with nylon stockings make insta-wings. A big felt molar pinned to your chest and a pocketful of quarters seal the deal.

Leprechaun: Green tights, shorts and turtleneck, too-small black blazer, black shoes with gold buckles (painted cardboard), green beard (grow or paint one), black top hat (cardboard), gold chocolate coins.

Santa Claus: Improvised with pillow-stuffed red sweats and cotton batting (fur trim and beard), it's the safest look in the book--no one mugs Santa for his candy.

THINK INSIDE THE BOX

You risk being ditched by mobile companions (especially if it rains), but cardboard-box costumes make maximum impact. Instead of going for Robot or Raisin Bran, consider honoring some of our less-lauded but essential cubiform inventions. The Smokeeter. The swamp cooler. The jukebox. For accuracy of detail, you might need to make a visit to the Sandy Hut (that's scary!), but once there, you might forget you even needed a costume.
The Sunday Times: Terrorism What Americans do best is domesticate things. That is what is happening here. An unprecedented assault on mainland America is being turned into sentimental psychobabble, an occasion for nationwide counselling or politically correct pseudo-courses. Daft as these things are, they are like tea and crumpets to the Americans - they exude the cosy glow of home. A new generation is getting used to the idea that the planet is not a safe place. It never was, writes Bryan Appleyard
Arab societies "have a very fluid sense of time," explains Mary-Jane Deeb, adjunct professor at American University and a Middle East specialist. "For them, events like the Crusades, a thousand years ago, are as immediate as yesterday. And they are very, very powerful events in the Arab mind. A lot of Islamic rhetoric revolves around the crusaders."
The Crusaders' Giant Footprints (washingtonpost.com)

Are we on the road to dictatorship?
FAKE TERROR - THE ROAD TO DICTATORSHIP
I don't know if this is apocryphal or not, but I like it:
Former heavyweight boxing champ Muhammad Ali visited the ruins of the World Trade Center on Thursday. When reporters asked how he felt about the suspects sharing his Islamic faith, Ali responded pleasantly, "How do you feel about Hitler sharing yours?"
his art is awesome and now he is gone
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the history of shoes
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the complete guide to escort services
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a drag queen site
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no cancer cig
http://inq.philly.com/content/inquirer/2001/04/15/front_page/TOBACCO15.htm
Oh lets see I know my ideal boy would be..............
http://www.metropolismag.com/html/content_1001/scn/ib005.html
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http://thriveonline.oxygen.com/serenity/stress/smq.index.html
Marijuana's Effects on Brain Are Reversible
http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/nm/20011017/hl/pot.html
Ahhhh...we forgot about this area of the world
http://beta.economist.com/opinion/displayStory.cfm?Story_ID=822216
Goodbye to the US airline industry
http://beta.economist.com/agenda/displayStory.cfm?Story_ID=830910
very cool candy cigarettes from around the world
http://www.cardhouse.com/a/candy/foreign/foreign.htm
Liberal Legal Scholars Are Supporting The Right to Bear Arms.
But Will Historians Shoot Them Down?
http://www.linguafranca.com/0002/showdown.html
and this one is neato too
http://www.zompist.com/numbers.shtml
you know how I love math and the number ten is one of my favorite numbers
http://www.powersof10.com/
I'm back on the ant thing...how do they climb walls and ceilings?
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2001/09/010928071138.htm
HIV in your chat room
http://www.miami.com/c/community/people/gay_and_lesbian/leaddocs/112832.htm
pop up books are so cool don't you agree?
http://popupbooks.net/
oh how he could articulate, uplift, praise God
http://www.stanford.edu/group/King/speeches/pub/Beyond_Vietnam.pdf
history of gay porn
http://tranquileye.com/historyofporn/gay_porn.html
dead porn stars and how they died
http://www.rame.net/faq/deadporn/
Every kitchen should not be without one of these!!
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