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* <-- fuzzie
* <-- heh
* <-- I've still never seen the third one
* <-- time for the criminals to get falcons
* <-- totally Randall
* <-- I'm not sure the new oil order is going to be all that different
* <-- then there's the rest
* <-- my guess at september's first half
* <-- yesterday's ride
* <-- So, apparently once upon a time, America had some really great looking banknotes, but when the $5 came out it had a very neoclassical depiction of Electricity as an angel with a wardrobe malfunction, and there was so much public outcry that the Treasury department scrapped the entire set of designs and switched to a far more staid and boring approach that led to the
* <-- teferi
* <-- fart meme
* <-- it is surprising how many of those I haven't heard of
* <-- Turns out the IEC "sleep" symbol is more carefully constructed than I thought. I assumed it was just a nice iconic moon shape; turns out it's specifically at 23.44° to match the axial tilt of the Earth.
* <-- see also
* <-- recursion
* <-- for all you truetype packrats and music historians
* <-- part Randall, part bz2
* <-- oh nice, I had the C64 version of Zak Mckracken, but it was pirated and I'd get to a point and end up in jail :(
* <-- El Teferi
* <-- I see someone has beaten me to it.
* <-- world's most useful kernel module
* <-- the censored QR code is still readable
* <-- computer security today
* <-- whoa okeanos just stumbled on debris from an underwater explosion of some kind

dumont, master of the io tower clickolinko was created by Neale Pickett, who was too modest to credit himself.
Sean Neakums, who butchered clickolinko after installing it on flynn, does not suffer from that problem.
Props to the usual gang of idiots for ideas, suggestions, testing and shouting.