To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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Skulker Carlos Taliaferro
found this very strange because he had never seen a site block it's
HTML like this. He shortly figured out the secret to viewing the
source code, and decided to have a contest about it. Go to this
Jr. Skulker Busbar suggested this site about the history of radio broadcasting in the San Francisco Bay Area. It has many articles on the history of particular stations, technical descriptions of early radio devices such as the machine that generated the NBC chimes, sample program schedules and frequency charts during the 1920's, lots of photographs including behind-the-scenes tours, and more.
Jr. Skulker Batteryman suggested this site that is a tribute to voice actors. It has detailed searchable listings and information about the voice actors who appear in TV shows, movies, and video games.
Jr. Skulker Frank Telles just opened this web site which features historic and modern photos of the famous streets, buildings, and other tourist attractions in Hollywood.
Skulker Busbar also suggested this site about knots, real knots in
ropes. Most of the site is links to other sites with
descriptions of knots, how to tie them, and what each one is good
for. There is a section on neckties and their knots. One
expert with ropes didn't have a tie with him, but was invited to a
formal dinner with the Japanese ambassador. Here is what he did:
Jr. Skulker Chicken Head runs this site which: "caught all the chicken jokes and put them in one coop!"
The following short quiz consists of 4 questions and tells whether you are truly a "professional." Scroll down for the answer. The questions are not that difficult.
OK, even if you did not answer the first three questions, correctly, you still have one more chance to show your abilities.
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