To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
Thursday January 13, 2000
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Jr. Skulker Tristan Tom told us that there are other
sites that will also give you money for free when you sign up.
Read about these offers at:
If you sign up with this site, please use "firstname.lastname@example.org" as the email address of the "friend" who referred you.
They promise to give you a DSL line including modem totally free, but there are three catches. First, you must leave a program running whenever you are online that will show ads on a portion of your screen space. Second, in return for the free gift they are allowed to collect information about you and your Internet habits, and pass that on to advertisers. Third, you will have to buy the DSL modem for $100, or you can get the modem free if you refer ten other people who sign up for the service.
WebSkulker is very suspicious about whether this company will be able to make enough money from advertising to pay the high cost of supplying DSL lines and modems, but it's probably worth it for you to sign up. They might well be able to get enough foolish investors to fund their losses for a period of time so you might get the service even if they are losing money.
WebSkulker signed up using the email address "email@example.com". If you sign up for the service, please give that as the email address that referred you. WebSkulker and his cat want our free modem also!
Jr. Skulker JennyAnn suggested this site which has a huge amount of information and active chats about computer systems, chips, PDA's, and tech jobs.
WebSkulker was looking through his browser bookmarks and ran across this old site from 1994. It still looks and works exactly like it did back then. At the top of the page is an entry box with the title "This is a searchable index. Enter search keywords". This wording is erroneous; it isn't a search box, but instead a place for you to type in any sentence. Press Enter and the server will turn the sentence into very old-sounding synthesized speech and download it to your computer where it should play automatically with any modern browser.
The Amazing Pig
A homeless man stops at a farmhouse to beg to spend the night. The farmer answers the door and says "Sure, we can put you up."
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