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November 9, 2008 12:27 PM   Subscribe

Joyce explained. (via)
posted by kliuless (12 comments total)

This post was deleted for the following reason: Some browser-crashy badness in the primary link. -- cortex

Could someone please explain Joyce with a lettuce analogy?
posted by Foci for Analysis at 12:40 PM on November 9, 2008

I was expecting something about this. Disappointment!
posted by Sys Rq at 12:51 PM on November 9, 2008

That first link is a doozy.
posted by Destroid at 12:55 PM on November 9, 2008

he found fame and fortune, living in Paris, pampered and flattered, blowing a fortune on fine wine and cravats: an aging, half-blind dandy.

That, not working at Barnes and Noble, is the real dream of grad students around the world.
posted by R. Mutt at 12:57 PM on November 9, 2008

Yeah, link one looks fun but throws some crazy browser crash.
posted by carsonb at 12:58 PM on November 9, 2008

Yup, the first link crashed firefox for me after I couldn't get past the authorization dialog.
posted by princelyfox at 1:14 PM on November 9, 2008

Nice links, thanks!
posted by languagehat at 1:16 PM on November 9, 2008

Eponysterical post.
posted by neuron at 1:26 PM on November 9, 2008

Yes, that is probably the most annoying browser crash I have ever run across. Infinite, unquittable authentication loop eventually kills the browser. Fail.
posted by The Bellman at 1:41 PM on November 9, 2008

I flagged the post too, the first link is an infinite loop.
posted by Bonzai at 1:42 PM on November 9, 2008

Too bad jorn's site is offline. In any case, I was able to quite the above loop by alt-middle-clicking the tab and only then attempting to close the multiple authentication dialogs (about 25 clicks in all).

This archive seems to work better.
posted by dhartung at 1:51 PM on November 9, 2008

WTF kliuless?
posted by CunningLinguist at 2:08 PM on November 9, 2008

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