To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
Tuesday January 4, 2000
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The author of this site is a jr. skulker who submitted it to us. The first link is to the main site which offers brief multimedia tutorials on hundreds of different software and Internet topics, and also online technical help. The second link has four funny videos showing a user's frustration with technical support.
William Hertes writes funny letters to politicians, companies, and organizations to see how they respond. The results are often quite amusing.
For you scholars, The Washington Post recently had a contest for readers in which they were asked to supply possible alternate meanings for various words. The following were some of the winning entries...
Esplanade - v., to attempt an explanation while drunk.
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