Comments: Learning Things from my Pop-ups

There is some sick shit out there in cyberspace.

posted by Sam on June 4, 2004 06:24 PM

My dear Key, I wouldn't have minded at all if you had skipped this post.

posted by john on June 4, 2004 11:17 PM

I remember discussing the fact that a sphincter is an amazingly resiliant muscle. I should know. My urologist has done horrible things to me, including what I believe was shoving an entire set of golf clubs up my ass, and I shit my pants only about once per day anymore.

No problem.

posted by Acidman on June 4, 2004 11:43 PM

I have historically been denied the keys to the backdoor for fear my girth would result in permanent damage. Very sad, but who do you sue?

posted by Velociman on June 5, 2004 02:51 AM

Were you talking about this sphincter? It's not quite dead.

http://goat.cx/

posted by FlashMasta on June 6, 2004 03:54 AM

When I worked for a Videoconferencing company in San Diego they had a contract with the Scripts Hospital. I remember walking in to the control room one day and seeing a Spincter replacement surgery taking place. Wow. It was some old guy but jeeze!

It really is sad what some people will do. One wonders how these young girls, some so absolutely stunningly pretty can sink so low.

posted by Jesse on June 6, 2004 02:06 PM

Dear Key:

"Spybot" and "Lavasoft" are two pieces of absolutely FREE software without which I couldn't live online! You'd do well to download them today. One kills spyware -- the other destroys popup ads.

Also, Norton's Internet Security (Pro Edition) is probably the best at preventing unwanted hack-attacks and other nonsense. If you don't have this firewall (with the regular automatic updates), you'd do well to get this, also.

That done -- you'll be free of popups (and dead sphincters).

Best,

-Will

posted by Will on June 6, 2004 05:16 PM

I am so infested.

I use spybot! I kill about a dozen a day.

posted by Key on June 7, 2004 01:55 PM

qohoei taylko.

posted by Stephen on July 27, 2004 08:12 PM
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