To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason.  To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
ISSN: 1527-814X Friday March 3, 2000

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Skulking changes to your system

These are two different shareware programs that do the same job: monitor and report the exact file and registry changes that occur when you install an application, run a program, or any other event you wish to monitor on your PC.  You tell the program to create a snapshot, or catalog, of every file and registry key before the event, then after the event it scans the files and registry keys again and reports on what changed.

Skulking and phreaking

Jr. Skulker Hevnsnt runs this site, the Age of Thought and Technology (you did know that's what AT&T stands for, didn't you) which has a lot of information for the jr. skulker interested in phones.  Click on the AT&T logo to enter the site and you will see WebSkulker's favorite thing about it: the navigation based on a picture of a cell phone.  Move your mouse over the phone buttons and the corresponding menu text shows up in the phone's display.  Click on the button to go to that section.  He promised to add a link to the WebSkulker home page, but he hasn't yet.  Hint hint!

Skulking for gold

This site will be of great interest to the jr. skulkers interested in computer games.  They keep track of all new video games, new versions, and patches, including the date of the first announcement of a new game/version and the date the new game/version is/will be available in stores.  They also have pointers to demo versions of games that are available for free download.

For jr. skulkers who like old movies and TV

This site will work best for jr. skulkers who have high-speed Internet access.  It has streaming videos in RealMedia format of many complete episodes of old TV shows and some old movies.  The first link is a good starting point for the site.  The second and third are WebSkulker's favorite videos to watch: Radar Men from the Moon, and Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.

This made WebSkulker laugh

Submitted by Jr. Skulker Marvelena Quesada

The Man in the Grey Suit

A dad walks into a market followed by his ten-year-old son. The boy is flipping a twenty-five-cent piece in the air and catching it between his teeth.  As they walk through the market someone bumps into the boy at just the wrong moment and the coin goes straight into his mouth and lodges in his throat.  He immediately starts choking and going blue in the face.  Dad starts panicking, shouting and screaming for help.

An unobtrusive middle-aged man in a gray suit is sitting at a coffee-bar in the market.  He is reading his newspaper and sipping a cup of coffee.  At the sound of the commotion, he looks up, puts his coffee cup down on the saucer, neatly folds his newspaper and places it on the counter.  He gets up and makes his unhurried way across the market.  Reaching the boy, the man carefully takes hold of the boy's testicles and squeezes gently but firmly.  After a few seconds the boy coughs up the twenty-five-cent piece, which the man catches in his free hand. Then he releases his grip on the boy's scrotum and hands the coin to the dad.

Without a word, the man returns to the coffee-bar and his coffee and paper.  When the dad is sure his son has suffered no lasting ill-effects, he rushes to the man who saved his son.  "I have never seen anybody do anything like that before," the Dad says.  "You were fantastic!  Are you a doctor?" 

"Oh, my no," said the man, "I work for the IRS."


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