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TSN
I'm... from Earth.
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Well, I don't remember offhand who said that, but I'd say he made a bit of an error in judgement... *L*

Oh, and, IIRC, "Inferno" was just the name of the first section of the book. The actual title is The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, often called "The Divine Comedy". *end trivia bit*

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[This message has been edited by TSN (edited August 09, 1999).]


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Feste
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Like "car parts shouldn't cost more than body parts" and it really grabs one's attention when the arms and legs fall off the little man. Do you suppose its creator was a fan of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"?

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"It's all around us!" - Blair Witch Project


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Elim Garak
Plain and simple
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Yup yup, or in French, as I first read it: La divine comédie.

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Elim Garak: "Oh, it's just Garak. Plain, simple Garak. Now, good day to you, Doctor. I'm so glad to have made such an... interesting new friend today." (DS9: "Past Prologue")


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Jubilee
...complete with cherries!
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*shrugs*.. I never read it. That was just a pull quote from the begining of T.S. Eliot's "The Love Song of Alfred J. Prufrock" .... which, by the way, is an EXCELLENT piece of poetry.

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"S`io credessi che mia rispota fosse
A persona che mai tornasse al mondo,
Questa fiamma staria senza piu' scosse.
Ma perciocche` giammai di questo fondo
Non torno` vivo alcun, s`i`odo il vero,
Senza tema d`infamia ti rispondo."

- Dante`


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First of Two
Better than you
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*still clicking*

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"When we turn our back on our principles, we stop being human." -- Janeway, "Equinox"


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Coddman
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*Yes. Me too. ~L~*

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Charles Capps
We appreciate your concern.
It is noted and stupid.
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Thanks all you clickers... Keep going!
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Elim Garak
Plain and simple
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Click, click, click your mouse...
Gently o'er those ads...
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily...
Buy up all those fads.

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Elim Garak: "Oh, it's just Garak. Plain, simple Garak. Now, good day to you, Doctor. I'm so glad to have made such an... interesting new friend today." (DS9: "Past Prologue")


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HMS White Star
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What the hell is going on with ads, yesterday they opened a new window, today when you click they switch the little screen the ad is in, what the hell. BTW I click every day at least once, more that likely twice (sometimes 3 times).

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HMS White Star (your local friendly agent of Chaos:-) )



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First of Two
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Charles.. you WILL tell us if we're having a measurable effect next time you get a check (or however it is they work out payment), right?

*Imagines CC gleefully rubbing his hands as $ pours in from the sudden mad influx of clicks, while we, the clickers, remain oblivious to the change...*
*shakes head*
Naah, not CC.

Me, sure. I'd do that. Not Charles.

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Coddman
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*envisions that*
*o_O*
*LOLOLOL*

(Haw Haw I'm the first on page two! Hey there! :-)
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Jubilee
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Nah.. He'd do it. I know my guy far too well.

*j/k!*

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Charles Capps
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*LOL*

Yes, it's working... Current clickthru rate is .78%, which is pretty good...

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Avon: "You really do believe in taking risks, don't you?"
Tarrant: "Calculated risks."
Avon: "Calculated on what? Your fingers?"
-- Blake's Seven, Ultraworld


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Jaresh Inyo
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*Clicks* Take that, money problems...

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Josh: I think they're getting to know each other a bit too well, if you catch my drift.
Me: Oh, I agree. I think they're spending too much time together, that is of course, if you catch my drift.
Asher: I think he's *ucking her, and he's cheating on his wife, and he's risking his marriage, and if his wife finds out about it she'll leave him and take their son, and his life will be ruined. If you catch my drift...


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Cool the Ads are working now cool.

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HMS White Star (your local friendly agent of Chaos:-) )



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