To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
Tuesday December 7, 1999
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Since WebSkulker doesn't write the newsletter himself (he only types while his cat dictates) you jr. skulkers might wonder why the cat can't go on publishing in his absence. It's because she still hasn't learned how to type, and the friend of WebSkulker's who will be taking care of her doesn't understand her language.
WebSkulker ran across this site in the Internet Tourbus newsletter several months ago and bookmarked it, but didn't think much about it until two people this week asked him a question that could be answered by pointing to this free service. If you ever need to publish a word processing document on a web site and don't know how to do it, just register with GoHTM, upload the document to them, they will convert it for you, and email the HTML file back to you. This is completely free, and the results of their conversion will probably be better than anything you can do yourself using tools in your word processor. They can handle files in the PDF, RTF, DOC, TXT, XLS, and PPT formats.
The guts of this site is a directory of pay phone numbers and locations that the author visited and other people contributed. Why? Who knows, but what is even more amazing is his brag: "I have thousands and thousands of pay phone numbers in the United States and Canada, far more than any other pay phone number website on the internet." You mean other people have such directories also?
The site also has a lot of pictures of pay phones and rate cards, recordings made from pay phones and other telephone noises, a tutorial about different types of pay phones, and other fun stuff for the jr. skulker interested in phones.
Jr. Skulker Wes Chester submitted the first site which is a virtual museum of the history of electronic drum machines. The second site is the same idea, but for vintage music synthesizers. Both sites have photos and downloadable sample sound files for hundreds of historic machines.
This is an online version of the Davis, California, Police Department's coloring book for kids. Choose one of these pictures: 911, Crowd, Gun, Helmet, Shoplift, or Tagging. You will get a black and white cartoon drawing with a set of tools for coloring in all the areas of the picture to your own taste. Be sure to read the directions at the bottom of the home page.
Now shouldn't they add a picture called "Skulking" explaining why it is bad to skulk? How are little kids supposed to learn that lesson? It's not the kind of thing parents would feel comfortable discussing.
A Selection of Carols for Your Dysfunctional Friends
MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER:
BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER:
Submitted by Jr. Skulker George Marshall
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