That is exactly what this is meant to achieve.
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And this is why no government really battles the NSA spoofing their citizens!
For completeness sake:
The month of August was not named after G.I. Caesar but after Emperor Augustus
Sorry to hear that.
I guess it's the have-fun-jobs that wear you out the most.
Like Clown, Comedian, game tester...
OK, quick poll: Did nobody get the joke I intended or was it, indeed, not a joke?
I was referring to the ambiguous term "lead" meaning not only "leading" but also the (sometimes toxic) chemical element lead, latin "plumbum".
I'm not a native english speaker, so maybe it's not funny at all, but "troll"?
When I was a lead tester...
Dude, you really shouldn't do that.
I heard its really bad and can make you ill and stuff.
Galileo, Galileo, Galileo Figaro
Update your bookmarks, that was half a year ago.
Nowadays Firefox 3.5 is leading
Who would know?
Nobody is awake, when THAT happens.
I really hate to join this, but my first computer was a kit. 1976. No display, except for LED's.
Well, those LEDs where kind of cool.
And at 1976 you were even allowed to drive one before David Hasselhoff was!
Woah, man. That's deep man.That's deep.
I'm sorry, but why does religion get a pass when it comes to promulgating crazy ideas that suck money out of the unwary?
It's called "tradition".
I, too, am pro Bono.
But those glasses? Come on...
It's not mandatory to drink it like that.
But I actually like it. In summer, during the day, it is much more refreshing to drink Alster (thats what we call Radler in the north of Germany, same thing).
In sweden you are not allowed to sell anything with more than 3% alc in normal stores. Instead they sell some kind of light beer with 2.5% of alcohol. I always wondered why they didn't sell Alster, which (believe me) is much better.