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  • Anyways, an ip addresse is equivalent to your phone number so why not just ban the internet all together?

    Students ordered off Myspace.com

  • Let them become such a remnant that they meet together in white sheets with eye holes and tall pointy hats and greet each other with exotic handshakes and addresse each other with hieratic titles.

    Matthew Yglesias » DeMint’s Remnant

  • My title for the picture would be: Non, je suis désolé, vous avez la fausse addresse.

    Carte de Fidelite - French Word-A-Day

  • If someone has at home more than 4000 crowns, he can deposit it in the Savings Bank of send through post to his own addresse where it will be delivered already stamped.

    Matthew Yglesias » Czechoslovak Monetary Divorce

  • It simplifies the complex and scientific issue for the man on street, and also addresse some frequently asked questions.

    In honor of Monsanto's "Food Safety" bills: "Poison On The Platter"

  • The NEC Bulletin is distributed by fax to all provinces, and by e-mail to NEC members, various deployed cadres in government and other sectors, and all ANC e-mail addresse

    Organisational Report

  • I am going to check the addresse later and try to find it.

    Google takes on eBay

  • In the end, I walked out of there with plenty of ideas and supplies -- for chocolate making and more cupcake baking -- to keep me busy for a while and a new bonne addresse that should come in very handy for all future Sugar High Fridays and cupcake extravaganzas.

    Home Cake Decorating Supply Co.

  • Anytime that you connect to the net on your pc, you are exposing your ip addresse unless you mask it, hide it, or redirect it somewhere else.

    Interview with a movie ‘pirate’

  • Christian intention, addresse themselues to wright: especially such as for desire of glory, for enuy and spight, or vpon malicious and affected ignorance, carpe at others: and that they may be accompted superiours, sometimes whette their stiles against the person, name and fame of this or that particular man, sometimes inueighing against a whole countrey, and by shamelesse vntrueths disgracing innocent nations and people.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

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