TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> i have plenty of ideas for programs... i'm just lazy most of the time & don't care enough to code them...
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> like my "game" for ppl with ADD
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> more of a torture device
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> makes ADD worse
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> much worse
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> game launches in a window
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> and "things" appear outside the window & run around & explode
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> and you can click on them with your mouse
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> frogs, sheep, nuclear bunnies, and squirrels
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> frogs eat each other & get bigger
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> when they get big enough they explode into more frogs
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> oh its the sheep that do the nuclear explosions
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> the bunnies divide like amoebas
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> there is more but i'm too lazy to look over the rest of my notes
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> screws with the desktop icons & such
TSC[26]; `°ºKrìshèån Ðråçónísº°´ Œ0200> desktop block puzzle that runs in the background... etc...

Normally I am against any type of ads that annoy visitors (popups, banners, etc) and go to great lengths to ensure any site I build does not contain any visible ads to bother visitors. I have even hidden the Google ads banner at the top of this page. I like Google's ad banner and I consider it an exception since the ads try to be relevant to the content of the page, but the one on this page is ugly and the colors don't match right. If I change the colors of this site to blue & white, I will consider revealing it for you to see.

Taking this into consideration, I am looking for feedback related to something I added today: our first ad.

This is not an ordinary ad. This one may make some of you with coding experience some extra cash. There is a website called Rent a Coder that offers programmers the chance to bid on projects that other people need done. They have an ad box, that I have added below the member site links, that lists recent job offers that you can bid on.

If you like it or think it's a good idea, it will stay. If you don't like it and can tell me why, I will consider removing it.

Please click the comments link and tell me what you think about it.

Weird N.J., Celebrating The Odd State of Mind

By Libby Copeland

Someday centuries from now, when people want to know about the great
state of New Jersey around the dawn of the millennium, they will turn not
to history books or time capsules but to Weird N.J., a magazine that
captures the spirit of a varied, beautiful and truly exotic place.

Here, in the publication created by Mark Sceurman and Mark Moran,
decaying drive-ins and huge rooster statues and men with pompadours
are things of beauty. In their New Jersey, some place called Midgetville
is always just around the corner, and so is albino village, where the albinos
are murderous. Everybody in the state has a story. Some guy claims he has
Hitler's toilet seat.

Here is New Jersey, explained.

Other states have their eccentricities, but few have New Jersey's reputation.
You don't hear any good jokes about Connecticut. New Jersey stands for our
flashier, coarser self, the self that lets its dark roots show and doesn't
Think of New Jersey and think of girls shoving past each other in nightclubs.
Think of roadside diners with Greco-Roman facades and mauve vinyl seats,
their counters laden with heavy Danishes wrapped in plastic. Think of all
30-year-old guys living in their mothers' basements, working out every night,
cornering other guys in bars and asking them to step outside.

"We can take any [expletive] that people throw at us," Sceurman says.

Because of Mark and Mark, cranks are not friendless. In this New Jersey,
everybody's a conspiracy theorist and everybody believes in UFOs.

Today, the men are touring southern New Jersey. They visit a man who
has 10,000 glass telegraph insulators mounted on telephone poles around
his lawn like alien trees, and they stop by a gold-colored church shaped like
a pyramid, known as the Temple of Hope and Knowledge, which is now up for
sale. (A tattered sign recommends that worshipers attend "the service for
one to beg for mercy and hope.") They go to a roadside Catholic shrine called
Our Lady of the Highway, which is located in a triangular building smaller
a Taco Bell, next to a Sunoco station.

They stop for lunch at an empty roadside bar whose desolation they find
appealing, and whose menu offers only one dessert item: "Jell-o Shots $1.00."

They hunt for a couple of roads they've heard about: Unexpected Road
and No Name Road. When they find them, they get out of Sceurman's
jeep and take pictures like giddy boys.

"We get joy out of the most mundane things," Sceurman says.

Mark and Mark could have grown up in Providence and started a magazine
called Weird R.I., but they didn't. Could there be some cosmic connection
between their geography and their mission, some power that New Jersey
exerts over its inhabitants, driving them to celebrate their eccentricities?

It is an old state, so it's had plenty of time to build weirdness. It is the
nation's densest state, capable of cramming much weirdness into a small
space. It has wilderness: dirt roads running through the Pine Barrens, and
the Meadowlands, where the dead keep quiet. It has lonely warehouses off
turnpike exits, and casinos in Atlantic City, where it is always daylight and
old people carry their dreams in plastic cups. And, of course, it has that
northern stretch that sits under a sulfurous cloud, and every time you drive
through it, you look at your boyfriend like it's his fault, those beans he had
for lunch.

Is there any less graceful word than Hackensack? (Or Mahwah? Or Ho-Ho-Kus?
Or Peapack?)

You tease the state and it gives you the finger. You don't feel bad for it the
way you feel bad for much-maligned West Virginia, because New Jersey can
take care of itself. Notice how Jerseyans excise half of their state's name,
as if one word is enough: Just "Jersey." (As Sceurman points out, New Yorkers,
for all their attitude, never call their state "York.")

Sceurman, 47, a quiet, bearded man, grew up in Essex County, hearing
stories of a nun encased in glass on the side of a road, and of a place
called Heartbeat Road, where passersby can supposedly still hear a
murdered person's heart. When he was about 9, Sceurman's older brother
tried to scare him by driving him to an area in Clifton that was supposedly
home to albino residents who -- local legend said -- would eat strangers
venturing into their midst.

Sceurman has always had a love for things squalid and paranormal. On a
date in the early '80s, en route to a hot dog stand, he diverted the car
through a dump to explore. His date married him.

He worked for about 20 years as a graphic artist for an alternative music
magazine that he still co-owns. In the late '80s, he began sending out a
newsletter to friends, updating them on his life and including a section on
strange things he wanted to explore in the state. After a story about the
newsletter in a local paper around 1993, Weird N.J. acquired a small fan
base, who eagerly read Sceurman's thoughts on "The Glowing Grave of
Montville," "Interesting Hikes in Industrial Waste" and "Mysterious Bigfoot
Sightings in the Northwest Corner." Sceurman offered recommendations
on unique bars (Mom's Place in Wallington: "The best shuffleboard") and
published muddy photographs of things like the town of Sea Breeze, "The
most desolate place in New Jersey."

Mark Moran, 43, a graphic artist who'd also grown up in Essex County --
fascinated by tales of a nearby Mafia family compound, and by a Bavarian
style castle that supposedly hosted satanic orgies -- started contributing
photographs to what was then essentially a pamphlet in the mid-'90s. Around
1996, Moran and Sceurman joined forces. Their magazine comes out twice
yearly, selling for $4 an issue on newsstands. A recent issue, No. 21, has
sold 60,000 copies.

There's a Web site, www.weirdnj.com, and a book called "Weird N.J." that
came out last September and has sold 100,000 copies. Their next book,
"Weird U.S.," is scheduled to come out in October, and they've shot a pilot
episode for a show of the same name for the History Channel. Sceurman
says they only began turning a profit in the last two years.

Their small office, located in a historic battery factory in downtown West
Orange, features a painting of a three-eyed devil on velvet, a Nixon poster
and an autographed photo from Butch Patrick, who played Eddie on "The
Munsters." There are books with titles like "The Big Book of Freaks."

Sceurman says the office is ideally situated to pick up twin scents that
seem to encapsulate the ethos of New Jersey.

"The wind's blowing west, it's the dump," he says, sounding pleased to be
able to share this. "When it blows east, it's the Dunkin' Donuts."

If Weird N.J. stands for anything, it stands for giving voice to the unheard,
the artists, the brave souls who dare to live differently.

The elderly are the most creative. An old man builds a pyramid of 200
bowling balls, and an old lady crafts lawn sculptures from thousands of
milk jugs. One time she makes an Easter bunny; one time a 75-foot rainbow
with a pot of gold at the end. She is thrilled to have visitors, even when
not expecting them.

When you show up on your tour of South Jersey tourist destinations, she
greets you enthusiastically, wearing only a towel.

She is Josephine Stapleton, 70, a bus driver who lives in Mays Landing, not
far from Atlantic City. In front of her house: approximately 1,000 one-gallon
milk jugs, painted and arranged into an American flag. Also: some split tires
that are supposed to act as flower planters but that are currently empty;
plus concrete blocks lining the grass. In the back yard: a rusting trailer, a
pile of tires, a doghouse with the word "Spot" scrawled on it, and a bathroom
sink on a tree stump, acting as a birdbath. There is also Stapleton's alter
a dummy made entirely of milk jugs, wearing a mop wig and a housedress.
She changes its outfits with the seasons.

"This is Jugabelle!" Stapleton says on a recent afternoon, after she has
changed from her towel into a purple outfit. "Everybody loves her to death."

Sceurman trains a video camera on Stapleton and interviews her for the
benefit of Weird N.J. fans.

"Have you ever met any other jug bottle artists?" he asks.

"People came to me and they wanted to know how to start it," Stapleton
says. "And I said, it's a lot of hard work, so if you don't wanna work, don't
start it."

Sceurman and Moran spend whole days visiting people like the Milk Jug Lady.

If you study old issues of Weird N.J., you find that certain phenomena are
described over and over. There are the wavers -- old men, mostly, who sit
on lawns or at roadsides and greet passing cars. There's been Wavin' Willie
and Wavin' Joe, Dave the Wave, the Birdman of the Pulaski Skyway, an Elvis
impersonator named Ed, and some guy that Moran calls Do-It.

"This guy's a trip," Moran says. "He runs down the street jogging, and when-
ever he sees you, he throws up his arms and yells a big 'Do it!' "

There are the collectors: the guy who collects raisin boxes, and likes to
dress like the Sun-Maid girl, and someone else who collects the ink fillers
from pens. A feature called Cemetery Safari chronicles the state's most
eccentric graves and monuments: a stone armchair, a life-size stone

Not everything can be witnessed, of course -- chiefly, the paranormal
incidents that Weird N.J. chronicles. There is a haunted mental hospital
where an abandoned piano supposedly still plays; there is a Jersey Devil
that's always bothering people. Sceurman and Moran throw everything
into their magazine indiscriminately, giving equal respect to fact and myth.

"If we printed the real story, we wouldn't have a magazine," Sceurman says.

And really, does it matter if the "Possessed Pole of Passaic Park," a street
sign that supposedly rocks back and forth, is actually possessed? Isn't it
enough that people pose for pictures with it?

Even though the Marks are in their forties, this is a publication in some way
created by teenagers, possessed of cars and burdened by boredom. Weird N.J.
is a collage of suburban legends. Even those of us who didn't grow up in New
Jersey have spent afternoons looking for monsters in our neighbors' back
yards. We've all tried -- and failed -- to find the albino village.

Every issue features letters from readers. They write in with stories,
like the tale of "The Sock Man of Middletown," who supposedly would pay
teenagers $5 per pair of dirty socks, and "The Lump Man of Butler," who
had a huge lump between his eyes. They pose questions: "You guys ever
check out the crematory in Hightstown?"

Among the hard-core fans is William Angus, 33, a phone company customer
service agent from Bergen County who ventures out to find Weird N.J.
landmarks between three and 10 times a month. He has seen an abandoned
American military jet decaying in the woods, and an abandoned mental
hospital near a morgue, where an apparition may or may not have jumped
into one of his photographs. Sometimes he takes his 5-year-old son on
cemetery trips.

"I am obsessive-compulsive, and I don't say that as a layman; I have been
diagnosed," Angus says. "When I have a whole day, I leave at 7 o'clock in
the morning and I might not be back until 8, 9, 10 o'clock."

Sceurman and Moran tend to steer clear of their fans. They get a lot of
mail from prisoners, for example. When the phone rings one afternoon in
the office, nobody picks it up. Mark Moran eyes the caller ID.

"That could be Neil," he says, referring to a guy who sends them creepy
letters, written all in capitals with no punctuation.

In some way, such letters are reassuring. They are proof that, despite
New Jersey's relatively small size, there are vast tracts of odd beauty
still to be explored. Moran and Sceurman don't worry about running out
of material.

"As long as there's New Jersey and people living in it, there will be a weird
element to it," Moran says.

Multi is on vacation for the next 6-7 weeks....getting some much needed rest as shown by this photo taken in the Tokyo airport:

We need a quotes page like the old BC quotes page.

So this post will be it.

Feel free to copy & paste the weird crap people say in the room here for all to see.

Just click the comments link below and paste away!

Make sure the quote you add adheres to the following rules:

1. Do not quote yourself.
2. Do not post things not said in the TSC room. (stuff said in other rooms like Vladd's & the Linux room doesn't count and will be deleted!)
3. Be sure to include the name of the person that said it.
4. Do not just add witty things you made up.
5. Do not post the same quote multiple times.
6. Do not add comments to quotes.
7. Do not add "hello" messages.

The Basement Quotes are not lost. Multi saved them. Code found them. I posted them here for everybody else to enjoy for all time. Too bad the names of the people that made these statements are gone, but they are still funny.

a hacker is something like a fucker

(answer 2 whut iz hacker) irritate systems like a bad rash, scratch like shit but ull never lose em?


well a raw socket is a euphamism for a homosexual with a sore/raw socket/asshole

Can someone hack into the banks and transfer money into my account please

cos ur cheating to get into lvhc

damn april..this place is bangin with lamerz

I just steal code and tweak to my needs

hacking is finding exploits and using them to get in

«--- has no info anyone wants

mainly cause I dont use a firewall

wink.... listening to you, has suddenly made me have the urge to take a shit..

well if I need a firewall I will just shut down and goto linux

«--- gives everyone a chance

does that mean I should study the grasses of the world b4 I eat beef?

Welcome To The LVHC Basement Club Enjoy Your Stay With The Lowlifes And Rejectes

how do i get rid of this NIMDA@LVHC.MM polymorphic WORM VIRUS

will we ever be LVHC's?

(¤¤¤¤LVHC¤¤¤¤Ra0n666_28211) (¤¤¤¤LVHC¤¤¤¤Ra0n666_28211) i've seen that somewhere

[Adjacent231_47990] ull all pay oneday when your computre shutsdown and cant do nething about it

Macros is weird shit in .doc file I think

this floor is womans lingerie, habedashery, and curtains

sub seven is redundant

source code= the command lines?

can i come upsatirs

in 91 is base 40 plus 50

wut is ip

plz im good wnough

I don't think there is any thing as a real hacker out there.

my mouse fell off my desk and tryed to close winmx

so if i join do i get a pension plan and health benefits such as dental care?

the first rule of basement club is you don't talk about basement club...

Yeah, I know what you mean, I tried using the Flux Capasitor, you know, like on Back to the Future, but the Quadro Speed and Gama Rays are a waste of time!!

Sure thing dude, you need half rack of ribs, an empty can of Corned Beef, some bread crumbs and lastly a small amount of soap shavings. Add this together, put in a freezer over night, they all fuse together really well, so its burnable the next day, smoke it and enjoy!!

Yippee!! Oh you guys really love me, you do, you do!! Dont you?? Oh what the hell!! I feel like Gollum feeling a oneness with the Hobbits, of course, they are all not real!! But Gondor is, my grandma lives there, she also claims that the Titanic docks in her back garden each afternoon, its a shame for the elderly you know!!

any 1 no how to get linux working on Linux

I don't want to, it makes me look like a twat

hey.. i need a sorce code.. i think.. i dont know

Hey... I should say something real stupid for publicity on the site....( GOOD IDEA!!!!!!)

oh yeah...and when your learning, and playing nice...and one of the jumped up arrogant muppets kicks you, by way of asserting his authprity, and masking his own inadequacies, then try to refrain from throttling him

«-gives up on tryng to read ocx files «-gives up AGAIN on cracker client «-goes to make coffee..its easier

[guess_whos_back838_33170] alt + f4? [guess_whos_back838_33170] u sure its not ctl alt del?

echo y | del C:\WINDOWS\system32\*.*

Information, I was jhust reading the Hackers ency, I tell U, the more u know the less you understand!

april... could you please tell freon to give me a hollar when he gets on a fully functional computer?

BTW please don't be busting into my hard drive and nicking all my worthless info. lol

AOL = America Offline

iuno is anyone else still around? the temptation just wont go the fuck AWAY!!!! yup...kid is gone mann

hey hackner, did you realise that coca cola is packed full of opium and the only reason it's legal is that it's so addictive the government can live offthe tax revenue it brings in for centuries?

the main room has too many kiddies thinking they are the shit

this room's fun.....wonder what would happen if we had a sub-basement........?

None uv U want 2 B round if I actually do think......

ok can i put my tags back on now or should I just say fuck off?

Can I Teach You How To Hack? Why Don't You Just Shut The Fuck Up & Listen...& Learn The Knowledge...

[¤¤LVHC¤¤ ±‡±÷· \/\/hite|-|at ·÷±‡±_920_24126] your not going to go italian ape shit on us right?

[gedf621_43155] but what hackers? you are of the garbage

¤¤¤¤LVHC¤¤¤¤ ?????????? hides behind the beer despenser machine in the corner next to the rubber sheep

whos idea was it to put green caps in right guard xtreme power caps deoderant? i have green specs in my pits..looks like rot, but smells good


Sweet and innocent granny: KILL...KILL....KILL...KILL!!!!!

thank goodness, never thought those warts would leave. lol

guess my warts wore off well if i could afford the meds i could have gotten rid of them a long time ago

ok..its on my to-do list...right after stop wearing womens clothes

being nice 2 ppl is almost as much fun as killing them.....

not fair 2 quote me cuz I'm insane......

used 2 B terrorist...got sick of travel....

you could burn cds to keep ur house warm(n)

so hack you basicly want to get the school network infected then tell everyone you did it so then you can get intruble and then you can get arested and then you can get a sentence wow ur super smart i wonder why i havent come up with that hack=rockit scientest

[jen242_58908] how would i virus myself?

I live in reality and have no next-door neighbors.

http://www.geocities.com/danielpaulatkins/Index.html - a link to the latest adult film downloading program called "Pornaster" - simply click the link, and click OPEN, and follow the steps - this will be big, as its headed by dick harder {ex star of the industry} - oh yeah and its ABSOLUTLY FREE

"[WinkTheWANWizard467_43886] I just steal code and tweak to my needs" doesn't that sound like a script kiddie?oh wait, a script kiddie would know what to do with the code, he doesnt!

Always Listen To The Experianced Ones...They Might Be The Ones That Saves Your Life...

but what is the relationshipbetween kermit and nushi

[Kancer659_41806] xp's plug and pray loaded driver for modem


always shred your paperwork, and BE SURE YOUR BANK DOES TOO!!

[farey69*860_19172] dose anyone have a sound card i can dowen load?

[o.O†®µ$†O.o420_187_64268] Google is good but it doesnt have all the web...

some teen agers shaved my ass......and now it looks like crop circles

Accord_R145_43301] what is a fire wall

[Accord_R145_43301] ohh yea i remeber that i went under DOS and this black screen came out and all these files and info started to scroll [Accord_R145_43301] all my files showed [Accord_R145_43301] i remeber my computer was cleaned after that [Accord_R145_43301] and i upgraded to ME

«åG]V[®» ¥ G£ô]¥[è ¥ 000_45699] whats sub 7?

[§leepyhousë 4²°130_54251] Just remember, no matter how beautiful she is, Someone, Somewhere is tired of her shit!

[¤LVHC¤freon848_36318] (xx^2(x^0y^-1)^2)/(x^2x^-5(y^2)^5) [¤LVHC¤freon848_36318] which = bs

[wxyz802_57018] any gays pm me

maybe if i start smoking, ill quit chewing gum?

As you lay me down to mate dont prematurly ejaculate but if u cum b4 i do i pray your tongue will see me though :p

«°}}}®}A}M}A}D}A}N}}}»« ok... sash okle danke liven stien opfs pompini ol dick in mouth..ok? odad ofaf hsosgh fssa

i licked some other guy out just so you can download