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 MediaHound saw an ad for the above site in yesterday's San Francisco Chronicle offering $50 off on your first order of $100 or more, and they ship for free. This seems like a great deal since you can get things for half off, but WebSkulker didn't find anything on the site he wanted. If you need anything they sell, here's how to get the discount:
Shop normally at the site, putting items totaling at least $100 in the shopping cart. Check out normally. At some point, you will be asked if you have any special discount code. Enter GRIT and continue the checkout process. You should see the discount on the next screen.
Jr. Skulker Joel O'Keefe told us that this site "has the best, most beautiful free wallpaper/screensaver program. The slides of the wildlife, natural places, exotic/historical places, and 3D art are my favorites. The beauty of these images in my humble abode reminds me of the wonders of nature etc. on a daily basis. I leave my screensaver on all the time as an art form with webshots. If you haven't mentioned it before, I think you should, people will dig it!"
You start by downloading and installing one of their starter packs which include the software and a set of pictures. Then you add collections or individual pictures by downloading them from the web site and running the downloaded file, which automatically adds the new pictures to the library.
Ms. Cat is proud to say that there are five collections of cat and kitten pictures. What more would you want?
This site uses a Java applet to give you a real-time look at the graphical output of several seismographs in Southern California. You can also replay two major events, the 6/28/92 Landers and 1/17/94 Northridge earthquakes, from the perspective of each of these stations. Keep watching the live display for a few years and you might be the first to see L.A's next big one!
Go to this page and type in the URL of any other page that you think is tough, but WebSkulker assures you that no page is tougher than it will be when Mr. T gets through with it! This is similar to the http://www.askjesus.org site that we mentioned in our 4/3/00 issue.
Submitted by Jr. Skulker Ms. 1133
While out one morning in the park, a jogger found a brand new tennis ball, and seeing nobody around, he slipped it into the pocket of his shorts. Later, on his way home, he stopped at a pedestrian crossing and waited for the light to change.
A girl standing next to him saw the large bulge in his shorts. "What's that?" she asked, with her eyes gleaming lustfully. "Tennis ball," came the breathless reply.
"Oh," said the girl sympathetically, but disappointed, "that must be painful.... I had tennis elbow once!"
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