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Submission + - Goatse.cx lives on as free email service (arstechnica.com) 1

Billly Gates writes: Old timers on slashdot remember those dark days in 2003 when a single troll had a link to something technical which was a goatse.cx redirection that instantly created 70+ replies. Slashcode as a result now puts urls in brackets to prevent this thanks to this infamous website that trolled millions in a way they have before. A new owner bought goatse.cx to "preserve the internet's cultural legacy" as an email service where you too can have an address such as thearistocrats@goatse.cx, or abyss@goatse.cx. The more serious question is would anyone here open an email from someone with a @goatse.cx domain?

Submission + - Goatse.cx lives on as free email service (arstechnica.com) 1

Billly Gates writes: Old timers on slashdot remember those dark days in 2003 when a single troll had a link to something technical which was a goatse.cx redirection that instantly created 70+ replies. Slashcode as a result now puts urls in brackets to prevent this thanks to this infamous website that trolled millions in a way they have before. A new owner bought goatse.cx to "preserve the internet's cultural legacy" as an email service where you too can have an address such as thearistocrats@goatse.cx, or abyss@goatse.cx. The more serious question is would anyone here open an email from someone with a @goatse.cx domain?

Submission + - Goatse.cx lives on as free email service (arstechnica.com) 1

Billly Gates writes: Old timers on slashdot remember those dark days in 2003 when a single troll had a link to something technical which was a goatse.cx redirection that instantly created 70+ replies. Slashcode as a result now puts urls in brackets to prevent this thanks to this infamous website that trolled millions in a way they have before. A new owner bought goatse.cx to "preserve the internet's cultural legacy" as an email service where you too can have an address such as thearistocrats@goatse.cx, or abyss@goatse.cx. The more serious question is would anyone here open an email from someone with a @goatse.cx domain?

Submission + - Goatse.cx lives on as free email service (arstechnica.com) 1

Billly Gates writes: Old timers on slashdot remember those dark days in 2003 when a single troll had a link to something technical which was a goatse.cx redirection that instantly created 70+ replies. Slashcode as a result now puts urls in brackets to prevent this thanks to this infamous website that trolled millions in a way they have before. A new owner bought goatse.cx to "preserve the internet's cultural legacy" as an email service where you too can have an address such as thearistocrats@goatse.cx, or abyss@goatse.cx. The more serious question is would anyone here open an email from someone with a @goatse.cx domain?

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