To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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Our 3/7/00 issue featured www.mytalk.com, which offered free voicemail and speech synthesizer reading of your email over the phone. WebSkulker often says when listing such a site that the business model of giving things away for free doesn't make sense, and you jr. skulkers should hurry up and take advantage of these sites while they last. Our prediction is true in this case; mytalk is closing down its phone services on May 31 and its web site on June 30.
Jr. Skulker Randy Solton suggested this site which has pointers to nine sites for looking up information about web servers and sites.
"Welcome to the Roller Coaster DataBase. The rcdb is a comprehensive, searchable database with information and statistics on over 650 roller coasters in North America." This site is driven by a database that has a lot of information and pictures for the more popular entries and minimal information for the others. You can browse the database, or search on various criteria.
Jr. Skulker Josh Buchanan told us about The International Society for the Preservation of Jar Jar Binks which teaches you the Gungan Dialect (In Otoh Gunga) Version 1.0. "Yousa liken de way mesa talkiní? Den take a look at dis!"
A guy walks into a bar and sits down. After a few minutes, he starts dialing
numbers ... like a telephone ... but on the back of his hand. He then flips his hand over, and starts talking into the palm of his hand.
The bartender walks over and tells him this is a very tough neighborhood and he doesn't need any trouble from
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