More in anger than in sorrow, I nailed their empty little heads to the floor and spun 'em around.
copy protection by Riber: "Copy protection is a bad idea". Thank you for sharing, Beavis.
selfless individuals by Deadfred (never seen on E2): "Idiots." Yada yada yada . . .
selfless individuals by Gordon (never seen on E2): Gordon notes that Deadfred is an idiot and probably lacks self-esteem. He's right on the money, but after I flushed Deadfred's masterpiece it lacked context.
Pseudo Int.can't be accused of taking ANYTHING too seriously by Gordon: "Can He?" Beats the hell outta me, Gordo. Why not ask him?
pretzel presser by Deadfred: "Where the universe goes to buy its salad and after dinner mints. Close to the earlobes, but a little to the left." That's nice, dear.
strong by Deadfred: Yammer.
random acts of blue by Deadfred: Yammer yammer. Against my better judgement, I didn't quite kill the other writeup in the node.
random acts of yellow by Deadfred: Yammer yammer yammer. I blame Douglas Adams for this kind of humorless drivel.
Contradictions don't exist by Deadfred: Yammer yammer.
implode by Deadfred: "Can ccur when stuff comes into contact with a thing, to create a gizmo." I grow weary of this . . .
violent by Deadfred: "Not peaceful." Finally, something not entirely idiotic! Instead, it's minimal and redundant. Webster 1913's got it covered.
Ceramics by Deadfred: "Ugly creations resembling dragons, castles, cottages, or shoes." So . . . The goal of E1 was to assemble a repository of all human knowledge, right?
Obfuscated C Contests Exist Too by dh: Blah blah yammer yammer, he's pissed off because somebody has stupid reasons for disliking C++.
Where do I come when I masturbate? by everyone: "Directly into a toilet?" When that node was created, I had an unpleasant feeling that it would turn into a getting-to-know-you node. It has, in a predictably repulsive way.
Somebody might want to take a second look at Deadfred and maybe wipe out what's left. He's down to four writeups now.
Ex-Users, Fully Denuded for Your Nuking Pleasure: Riber, Gordon