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Submission Summary: 0 pending, 11 declined, 0 accepted (11 total, 0.00% accepted)

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Submission + - logon broken

Hognoxious writes: Logging in's still broken. Are you awake over there?

Submission + - WTF (websistesthatsuck.com)

Hognoxious writes: Why the fuck, when I use Firefox ESR 24.6 on CentOS 6, does it redirect me to the mobile site, which is twenty times as shit as beta?

Submission + - 3D Printing, Bitcoins Old News, Claims Report

Hognoxious writes: Remeber when you couldn't log onto Slashdot without seeing "Bitcoins this, 3D printers that"? Well it's been almost a whole day without a half-assed story or thinly veiled slashvertisement hyping one or the other.

Bennet Haselton's ramblings aside, what do readers think will be the next thing we're all totally sick of hearing about?

Submission + - What is this shite?

Hognoxious writes: Error 503 Service Unavailable

Service Unavailable
Guru Meditation:

XID: 258333383

Varnish cache server

Submission + - Slashdot slashdotted

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Please contact the server administrator, admin@slashdot.org and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

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Submission + - Ted Kennedy dies at 77

Hognoxious writes: Ted Kennedy has succumbed to brain cancer at the age of 77. The funeral cortege will leave the family residence before swerving left and right then driving off a bridge.
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Submission + - Poll

Hognoxious writes: Is this the longest running poll ever? And hasn't it been going on long enough already? Perhaps it's syuck in some kind of temporal void...

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