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Seems like the usual spamming outfit, operating from China. Too bad the Chinese don't recycle these scumbags' organs right away when they catch them. Hosting a site directed against the Chinese government could be a good thing for removing that hoster from the internet for some time. And now you can guess why alphanet.ch has instituted this policy. Actually a policy European IP providers should adopt right away - this would solve the Chinese spam problem once and for all. Or of course, mass-testing spammers if they are as bullet-proof as the hosting service they run. What will the Chinese run out first? Ammo or spammers?
[textile] Es scheint ganz so, als ob unser Bundesrat der Meinung ist, dass man "Tabaksteuern raufschrauben":http://www.sfdrs.ch/content/news/sda-news/meldung.php?docid=20040718d59264103712266688 kann, wie man will, und die Leute rauchen dann weniger. Genausogut kann man dann Alkohol verbieten - wohin die Prohibition den USA geführt hat, wissen wir ja. Und in der EU wird ja kaum geraucht, seit die Zigaretten dort so teuer sind. Oder ist es doch möglich, dass das Rauchen in der EU noch bezahlbar ist, weil jeder beim Zigarettenschmuggel mitmacht? Irgendwie wird man den Eindruck nicht los, alleine schon "dieser TV-Beitrag":http://www.zdf.de/ZDFde/inhalt/29/0,1872,2051453,00.html aus der Presse sollte die Alarmglocken läuten lassen. Und so viele Zöllner kann die Schweiz gar nicht aufbringen, um alle bösen Schmuggler zu erwischen, die sicherstellen wollen, dass Leute ihre Ware geniessen können, wenn sie wollen, und öfter als der Staat erlaubt.
[textile] Seems like I got that weblinks module running OK. Now you can post interesting links and share them with other users. No commercial crap (like MMS download sites, cellular ringtones and such), and remember living in a 'liberated' country where the First Amendment doesn't apply to everybody also means no posting of Nazi stuff. Else, enjoy.
Mad Ogre is your daddy. If easily offended, avoid this site.
[textile] It seems to be completely braindead. If you now eradicate a bunch of six-legged bugs in old England, you could possibly be charged with animal cruelty. Gee, I used to pluck straws into the behind of horse flies (makes them fly in a really funny way :evil:), or catching normal flies in the boxes of DDS tapes. But "this":http://www.opinion.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2004/07/11/dl1102.xml&sSheet=/opinion/2004/07/11/ixopinion.html definitely beats everything. I'm surprised that humans could sink that low. Sometimes, you don't have to be nice. And six-legged critters that annoy the heck out of you are one of these times.
[textile] It's Christmas time again, or at least so I believe. This "toy":http://www.jibjab.com/blog/media/snowman.swf will make you think that way, I hope, even if it's supposed to be sunny and warm right now. Turn up the volume!
Ich bekomme Fanmail!
[textile] Ever saw The Shining, Titanic (no, I haven't), or maybe The Exorcist? Then "this movie site":http://www.angryalien.com/ might be for you. Some stuffed pets become world-class actors in just 30 seconds...
Ein paar Frauenfürze
9% (3 votes)
Kracher und Luftheuler
6% (2 votes)
21% (7 votes)
Katjuscha-Raketen (AKA "Stalinorgel")
9% (3 votes)
6% (2 votes)
Luftangriff mit normalen Bomben
0% (0 votes)
Luftangriff mit Clusterbomben
3% (1 vote)
32% (11 votes)
MOAB (10000 Pfund Bombe)
6% (2 votes)
9% (3 votes)
Total votes: 34
[textile] Seems like some people, in preperation of July 4 back in the states, have found "some creative ways":http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?s=c3af288320ee89771bb06475300d2655&threadid=1107178&perpage=40&pagenumber=1 to produce mayhem and fireworks. However, don't try to build such toys at home as this might get you burned. But, if you really manage to do so, get some petroleum jelly for Christ's sake. Much more killing effect. Actually, the whole "site":http://forums.somethingawful.com is pretty interesting if you aren't a sissy.
[textile] Hmmm....ever sent an SMS with your cell phone and thought no one could read it? Buh! Forget that, flyboy, especially in the country that innovated freedom (and abolished it soon after). Now you can get "hauled off":http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/06/03/text_punk/ by Special Branch officers (hmmm....Gestapo?) and questioned. Remember that cell phones got ears. On related notes, "this":http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/07/02/china_text_snoop/ also happens in far more oppressive regimes.
[textile] Actually, it's not even surprising. China leads the spamming bunch by providing residence for approximately 73% of all spamvertised websites (with South Korea following distant second), as shown "here.":http://www.commtouch.com/news/english/2004/pr_04063001.shtml Not that it is really surprising. As long as the Chinese provide services to despisable scumbags like spamming thieves (actually a pleonasm - there can, by definition be no spammer that doesn't steal) and other lowlife. At any rate, we're doing something about it and deny these two nations SMTP acccess to alphanet.ch. See our "blan