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posted by on Sunday February 23 2020, @03:20PM   Printer-friendly
from the anything-not-illegal-is-compulsory dept.

Bleh. Apparently not caring what you do on other sites or even requiring any personal information isn't good enough for the state of Confusion^WCalifornia, so we have a shiny, new, temporary Privacy Policy posted on every page and linked at the top of the nav bar.

If you feel like prettying the language, layout, or whatever up before I get around to it, feel free to do so and submit a pull request.

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  • (Score: 2) by Runaway1956 on Sunday February 23 2020, @05:25PM (1 child)

    by Runaway1956 (2926) Subscriber Badge on Sunday February 23 2020, @05:25PM (#961461) Journal

    Nahh, I'm being kinda serious here. When I left the elementary school, headed up to the junior high school, I never expected to come back. But, I did one day, after graduating from high school. I actually had to go inside the elementary school to pick up a cousin who needed a ride home. GEEZ LOUISE! The ceilings were so low, the hallways narrow, I felt like I had walked into the twilight zone. The office, and the one classroom I entered were just TINY. For that matter, the playground seemed postage-stamp sized. And no, I'm not a giant - 6 ft tall even. But the difference between ~5' 6" twelve year old me, and 6' tall 20 year old me was a very big difference!

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  • (Score: 2, Touché) by The Mighty Buzzard on Sunday February 23 2020, @05:57PM

    by The Mighty Buzzard (18) Subscriber Badge <> on Sunday February 23 2020, @05:57PM (#961471) Homepage Journal

    I was talking about the guano stacking question.

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