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  • I swung the badge around and saw the word defcon, just like the cool spoke POV kits.

    Boing Boing

  • I didn't realize he started defcon, which is kind of the alternate universe of blackhat.

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  • William Perry, a special U.S. presidential envoy, was so alarmed at North Korea's militaristic rhetoric after his last trip in June that he briefly considered asking President Clinton to raise the "defcon" level, or the state of U.S. strategic readiness.

    Uncle Who?

  • If you're going to have a "defcon" spoiler alert - it might be better if you didn't put the name of the deceased in the headline.

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  • The White House went defcon, insisting that the plan would cause Medicare to "wither on the vine."

    The War on Wyden

  • Anyway, I was prone to your defcon level for many years until I became a Manager type at a large West Coast software company's help desk.

    Generations

  • Specifically after the Youtube hijack and the demo given at defcon.

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  • Why, yes, Gwendagras -- defcon subdued this year -- is Thursday and I'm also preparing for departure to Vermont for two weeks on the 15th, so, yeah, busy ... but tomorrow I will manage to make an actual post with content about books.

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  • My skeeves hit defcon 4 at the idea of cleaning a baby potty and having it in rooms like the living room instead of the bathroom.

    Potty On | Her Bad Mother

  • I'm talking about two-, three- and four-year-old kids who see the ice cream machine and upon being denied a frosty treat, go straight to defcon 5 and launch the mother of all tantrums.

    Archive 2009-02-01

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