To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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Jr. Skulker Randy Zygot submitted this site about an antique phone museum that WebSkulker believes will eventually be open to the public. See a lot of pictures of old phones including payphones, but unfortunately if you click on a picture, all you get is a bigger picture of the thumbnail with no other information.
Jr. Skulker NoReality suggested this site that gathers up tweak files and utility programs relating to PC hardware and software and organizes them by category. Their motto: "If it ain't broke, tweak it!"
There are times that WebSkulker wishes he could write this newsletter himself instead of being nothing more than a glorified stenographer for his cat. If only he had never shown her a PC screen. If only he had never admitted that he could understand her. If only he had told her "Don't be ridiculous, you can't write a newsletter, you're just a stupid cat." But it's too late now.
Jr. Skulker Barry Cadish is writing a book on people's regrets and is collecting stories at the above site. Read about his project, see some sample entries by other users, see regrets of famous historical figures, and if you wish, submit a regret that you have.
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