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Journal: Sealab 2021 Wallpapers

Journal by MulluskO

I'm really into Selab 2021 right now. I think a fair percentage of the slashdot crowd watches Adult Swim, so I'll link to the Sealab 2021 desktop wallpapers I created.

Sealab is beginning its second season, but the fan art just hasn't quite arrived yet, not like it has for Space Ghost and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. I'm doing what I can, though, and I'm sure there are others out there.

I think they all work well on the desktop, they're properly cropped allowing for the taskbar and all that. I use these myself, alternating with Domo-Kun images from Drew's Page.

If you do not know anything about the programs I just mentioned I highly reccomend taking a look in your favorite search engine or cable TV listings. Sealab is all I watch.

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Journal: How does one ask about the DMCA?

Journal by MulluskO

Okay, college has been in session for quite some time now, and the programs that intest me are beginning to begin meeting. Apart from the Quiz Bowl team and the Math Club, which I fully understand, are the Young Democrats. This is a very important election year in Arkansas, my adopted home. Three major positions are being contested, Senator, Govenor, and Leutenant Govenor. The US Senator is the position most important to me, as the senate has such an even distribution of Democrats and Republicans. I want to be involved with politics, and I am generally liberal, but before I volunteer my time and energy on assisting with the campaign I need to know about isues that are every important to me, but not clearly defined along party lines. At the meeting, I asked another student the position of the senate candidate in regards to the DMCA and the Hollings Bill. He didn't know, but he referred me to an Email address, saying he or someone else could find out later. Again, I care a lot about My Rights Online, so I ask you, what are considerations I need to take into account when writing this question. What have you found to be the best way to ask candidates about their stance in relation to electronic freedom?

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