Re: Wow, can't believe this board still exists!
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Posted by jarmaug from 113.sub-70-208-160.myvzw.com (18.104.22.168) on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 at 3:07AM :
In Reply to: Wow, can't believe this board still exists! posted by jarmaug from 113.sub-70-208-160.myvzw.com (22.214.171.124) on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 at 1:43AM :
I still talk to posixpimp, Azreal, and xpr0nstar. Is Nick around?? I would be surprised if that limey wanker was still here. Who here recognizes me? Speak up!
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|13 Dec 2005:enjoy!|
|I hereby endorse this product and/or service. good work guys.|
- By CinC. pengo
|22 Nov 2005:Challenges|
|Challenges now work - Kernel (and probably General too, but untested).|
- By Ker. anomaly
|18 Nov 2005:ChalNews|
|Challenges are now working up to ker. will hopefully have that working shortly|
- By Ker. gothicfreak
|12 Nov 2005:Challenges|
|challenges now operational - z5|
- By Maj. anomaly
quote of the minute:|
Serial Peripheral Override
mission (red division):|
Proposition #16 - Internet Freedom / Privacy:
doubleclick.net has implemented a tracking system, called 'web bugs' which invades users privacy. It basically puts an invisible graphic on a web page to track users identities.
(To see a 'web bug' in action, go to www.procrit.com look in the source for: ad.doubleclick.net/activity)
For more information see email@example.com
(proposed by Maj. dnserror)
(mission completed 609 times)
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are free to complete this mission, and also vote on future missions.
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