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shallow southeast [Jul. 11th, 2006|11:01 pm]
Lindsey Kuper

I'm at the corner of 50th and Division. With 23 minutes until my bus is due, I fire up the Book of Power to see if there's an open wireless network around, even though I know there won't be.

Except...there is. And the name of the network is an extremely offensive phrase. So offensive, I'm not even going to type it. I didn't even want to click on it! It's like they're teasing you. Do you go ahead and use it, thus implicitly endorsing the offensiveness? Or do you refuse and thus let them win at their asinine game? It's a difficult decision...

...eh, not that difficult. Free wi-fi at the bus stop!


From: (Anonymous)
2006-07-12 01:54 pm (UTC)


K, now I really wanna know what it is

Jenn (http://www.milkring.com)
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[User Picture]From: eliciel
2006-07-13 07:38 pm (UTC)
Yeah, what Jenn said.
Also, this post is such a tease! It makes me want to list all the grotesquely graphic, disgusting, nauseating or perterbing, perverted, offensive phrases that I can think of saying, "Was that it? Was that it? How 'bout that one? Getting closer?"

On the other hand, I'm at work, and no such phrase should be visible on my work computer.
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[User Picture]From: lindseykuper
2006-07-14 01:38 am (UTC)
Man, I really don't want to type it out -- that's how bad it is.

"[Offensive term for members of an ethnic minority] Suck!!!"

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