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Lo! Behold the power of the internet!
February 10, 2002 4:54 PM   Subscribe

Lo! Behold the power of the internet!
That'll teach the guy to put sharply-worded messages on his own property. The nerve of some people.
posted by phalkin (7 comments total)

 
Warning: web page contains some "automatic window-maximizing" javascript.
posted by tomorama at 5:10 PM on February 10, 2002


Ya, my pop-up stopper automatically killed the page.
posted by fleener at 5:17 PM on February 10, 2002


I am making a pilgrimage to the fence next week. I can't wait!
posted by shoepal at 6:04 PM on February 10, 2002


It's things like this that make me love the 'net. When I go to London this summer, I'll visit the fence to be sure. But for sheer poetry, nothing will ever top The Booth. Godspeed, beautiful totem.
posted by evanizer at 6:12 PM on February 10, 2002


The best part about the window maximizing javascript is that it makes my browser window jump from one monitor to the other on my dual monitor setup. That alone stopped me from reading what he had to say...
posted by srboisvert at 7:14 PM on February 10, 2002


evanizer:

I met my best friend at the booth. Three years ago, I went out to the desert on a lark with a guy from work. Made aquaintence of aforementioned friend, hung out with Godfrey, who taught us a wicked new drink, answered the endlessly ringing phone, and generally had an unforgettable couple of days. Here are some pictures. (Warning: Lotsa pics on the page. Scroll down about halfway for the wicked drink recipe.)
posted by Optamystic at 9:55 PM on February 10, 2002


I've been following this site for ages - never mind the window-maximising stuff, it's not like it matters... Anyway, this guy can really write - very funny, and i actually WANT to read the updates about somewhere I've never been. I'm not at all sure why. But hey, it's a famous site in England now...
posted by wibbler at 1:28 PM on February 12, 2002


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