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That's Not Right
2009-11-05 - 1:15 p.m.
Congratulations to the
pinstriped bastards Yankees.
But my Angels still swept the Red Sox. I'm content.
Last night's South Park was pretty good.
It's nice to see little Butters stand up to the Main Four.
Dear Idiot Phishers:
It's not "click on the link bellow", it's "click on the link BELOW".
Speaking of said link, Bank Of America's website - even the one supposedly to fix the "problem" - is NOT based in Japan.
Oh, and when you misspell the word "suspicious" in the TITLE of the phishing e-mail...well, you're just too fucking stupid. The word "suspicious" does NOT have a final "e".
CAPCHA is not a perfect program. We know that.
But sometimes it's shown in grand, epic style.
Day off today. We'll see what happens. Not much else to do.
Be seeing you.
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