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Jay Lake
Date: 2007-09-05 16:42
Subject: [links] Link Salad, LOLJay edition
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Tags:funny, links, photos, science, tech, weird
Got arachnophobia? — You will if you read this article. Also reminds me of the giant yellowjacket nests which have been appearing around the southern United States.

Woman says she found mythical, bloodsucking chupacabra — No, that's not a Mexican candy.

Security officer from hell

Dogs sniff out counterfeit DVDs in NY — Seeing movie dogs?

World Without Us — A timeline of what would disappear when if humans vanished from the earth. Not especially rigorous, but interesting. (I for one figure road cuts/railroad cuts being among the longest-lived traces of our type of industrial civilization.)

frankwu does LOLJay

bovil outdoes him at LOLJay

Hmmm...maybe a LOLJay contest is in order. What do you all think?
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Michael Curry: alton
User: mcurry
Date: 2007-09-06 00:02 (UTC)
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Keyword:alton
I think a LOLJay contest is always in order! ;)
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Andrew Trembley
User: bovil
Date: 2007-09-06 00:44 (UTC)
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lolfrank is in order now.
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Rafe
User: etcet
Date: 2007-09-06 01:53 (UTC)
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I see those LOLJays and am left thinking to myself (in 24 point, outlined Impact, of course):

DO NOT WANT WASABI SUPPOSITORY NAO.

This is why I'm not allowed out in polite company.
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S. Boyd Taylor: Helm of Awe/Aegishjalmur
User: sboydtaylor
Date: 2007-09-06 02:24 (UTC)
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Keyword:Helm of Awe/Aegishjalmur
"Got arachnophobia? — You will if you read this article. Also reminds me of the giant yellowjacket nests which have been appearing around the southern United States."

I'm thinking those have to be related. Also, there's a ton of brown recluse spiders all over the place down here. I just got bit by one last night (for the second time). To parallel this, there is an "epidemic" of deep-tissue staph infections near Houston that most people think derives from spider bites.

The problem with changing the environment is you never know what you're gong to change...
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