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ISSN: 1527-814X Tuesday January 25, 2000

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Skulking the war in Chechnya

The first site is run by the rebels in Chechnya and gives their side of the "ongoing extermination-war of the Russian Federation."  The first link is their official site in Russian.  The second is an English translation of most of it by a third party.

Skulking a hole in AOL's Instant Messenger

This article has some information about how to take over someone's AOL Instant Messenger id if the person uses Instant Messenger, but does not have an AOL account.

Free magazines and product guides for jr. skulkers

WebSkulker subscribes to an email newsletter and one of the free magazines from this site and was reminded of it by the latest copy of their newsletter which listed links for their main services.  You jr. skulkers interested in phone systems should like these.  There is a link to subscribe to their newsletter on the home page.  To subscribe to their free magazines -- Computer Telephony, CallCenter or Teleconnect -- go here and fill in the form with appropriate answers for a telecommunications business (think like a skulker, make up something):

They also have searchable guides for three types of products:

Computer Telephony:

CRM/Call Center:


Skulking old phone recordings and more

"REC started on July 20, 1984 with a comment line called 'California Comments'. From there, REC has operated various telephone entertainment lines, '976' pay-per-call services, conference lines, call forwarding services and radio stations. REC has ceased production of Telephone Entertainment lines in 1996."  This site contains three channels of streaming audio in various formats:

1 is an ongoing format of phone songs and comedy music similar to what you hear on shows like Dr. Demento, classic commercials, and other fun things from the REC Network collection. 

2 presents the best of the telephone comment lines from the 80's and 90's. Programming is usually updated monthly.

3 features 70's disco and 80's pop. Enjoy your favorite hits from this era.

This was suggested by Jr. Skulker Batteryman.

This made WebSkulker laugh

Submitted by Jr. Skulker Marvelena Quesada

Two men were sitting next to each other at a bar. After a while, one guy looks at the other and says, "I can't help but think from listening to you, that you're from Ireland." 

The other guy responds proudly, 'Yes, that I am! 

The first guy says, "So am I! And where about from Ireland might you be?" 

The other guy answers, "I'm from Dublin, I am." The first guy responds, "Sure and begorra, and so am I! And what street did you live on in Dublin?' 

The other guy says, "A lovely little area it was, I lived on McCleary Street in the old central part of town." 

The first guy says, "Faith and it's a small world, so did I. And to what school would you have been going?" 

The other guy answers, "Well now, I went to St. Mary's of course." 

The first guy gets really excited, and says, "And so did I. Tell me, what year did you graduate?' 

The other guy answers, 'Well, now, I graduated in 1964." 

The first guy exclaims, 'The Good Lord must be smiling down upon us! I can hardly believe our good luck at winding up in the same bar tonight. Can you believe it, I graduated from St. Mary's in 1964 my own self." 

About this time, another guy walks into the bar, sits down, and orders a beer. The bartender walks over shaking his head and mutters: "It's going to be a long night tonight. The Murphy twins are drunk again."


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