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We believe that no computer should survive the first contact with our members intact!
(At least, unplug them!)

This a bold statement but to those of us that are familiar with the idiosyncrasys of the modern age computers and the operating systems that have been made to run them, this attitude has become a necessity espically if we are to maintain our sanity, individuality and humanity.   We are and will continue to be better than the wires and chips that confront, and at times, confound us!

We believe we are superior to these mechanical monstrositys.
We think, therefore we are and better be!!!

 Computers are EVIL!

During World War II a race of humans were tatoo'd with numbers and were condemned.

Social Security tried to assign numbers to everyone in the United States, but persons located beyond those boundries, in other countries, escaped this new form of numbering but the IRS hunted those that were numberd and condemned them!

But now, we have computers and the internet that assignes numbers to anyone regardless of age, sex, religion or where they are physically located.

Anyone that is bold enough to
"turn on, log on and surf," your have been numbered and
and may be, condemned!

 Good Side?!

Short and Sweet!

Computers give perverts corpral tunnel syndrome!

(computers are even dangerous to perverts!!!)

The cause of our social ills!   Without computers you would spend more time with your family.

1.23 3/8 million Rednecks can't be all wrong!
Getin' out in th wods, possum huntin' would be sportin'!   Woodn't hve to play "Opossom Hunter" no mor.   Spittin', drinkin' shine an liein' would be fun again!

Did you know?

Timithy MacVey used one to access the internet prior to committing his horrible act of violence.   Had this modern "conveyance" not been available could lives have been saved?

"Guns kill" can we not say the same about computers?

Molly and Frank

It was reported in "The Enshyster" magazine about an elderly couple who were viciously shocked by their computer that they had just been given by a daughter on their 50th wedding anniversary!   They had been excited by the new present and quickly set it up (the local "Y" had been giving free lessons to the elderly so Molly and Frank knew a little about the malicious contraptions!).   They had accessed the internet to enquire about viagra but wound up with venomous snakes all over the screen (Molly couldn't spell too well!).   Frank was totally freaked to see those slithering muscles of poisonous meat!   This was a result of him once visiting a side show at the local county fair when he was quite young and school bullies had thrown him into the snake pit!   He had screamed until he was horse before the carney's had gotten him out of the 10 foot deep pit!   Frank was never the same after that his sister had said after the incident.   Well, upon seeing the snakes all over his computer screen Frank took his warm milk and had tossed it at the screen breaking the computer screen and shorting out the keyboard.   Molly had had her hands on the keyboard and Frank had one of his hands on her shoulder.   When the warm milk shorted out the keyboard they were both shocked within an inch of their lives!

Yes, it is a proven FACT, computers can come close to killing you!


 Acts Against Nature:
Blinding Death!

  Every since modern electronic computers were invented there have been death related to them and bugs in them!

  One of the first acts against nature, by a computer, was the vicious killing of a endangered species of moth!

  It was reported that the moth did nothing more than was natural to it by flying toward the light, to the bright bulbs burning in the evil machine that was as big as a walk-in closet.   This moth was fried to death by an act very natural to a endangered bug and thus ended the species of the "Clem-torture-us-by-bright-lights-unum" moth!

 "Depends Stock Soars!


  The sale of "Depends" has gone up 67% since the computer age has come about!

  Those computer users that are "hard core" and are "hooked" on their 14 - 15 - 17 and 19 inch monitors have found that by wearing "depends" they don't have to be away from their "drug-of-choice" for that long!!!

Medical authorities, the Surgeons Ranked General", have determined that the wearing of "Depends", for extended periods of time, can cause extreme redness and rash if they are not changed at regular intervals after they have been soiled! (Yes, computer use can and does, at times, cause you to get, "a case of red a**!!!")

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 Sabotage that Computer!

*Unplug it!

*Pour something in the keyboard!   (carefully though)

*Superglue the ball into the mouse!

*Loosen up all the connections at the rear of the computer!

*Put white-out all over the screen!

These are just some of the things you can do.   You can think of others....

 Join Us

We ask you to join us in our fight for humanity!

Every day the government puts more computers into the hands of our innocent children who don't know any better especially if you haven't told them.   Yes we need you in our holey crusade opposing these electronic monsters against mother nature  . You can do your part.

Just say no to computers.

Mothers Against Internet Monsters (MAIM) ask for your support.


Tech. Corner

"The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter their life by turning off thier computer!"
                                                "Jessy Willards"

Has something like this ever happened to you?

I was having trouble with my computer, so I called Alex, the computer guy, to come over to my office.   Alex clicked a couple buttons and solved the problem.   He gave me a bill for a minimum service call.   As he was walking away, I called after him, "So, what was wrong?"   He replied, "It was an ID ten T error."   I didn't want to appear stupid, but nonetheless inquired:   "An ID ten T error?   What's that ... in case I need to fix it again?"   Tim grinned.... "Haven't you ever heard of an ID ten T error before?"   "No," I replied.   "Write it down," he said, "and I think you'll figure it out."   So I wrote out... I D 1 0 T


Then you get a e-mail with a story that goes:

Micro was a real-time operator and dedicated multi-user.   His broad-band protocol made it easy for him to interface with numerous input/output devices, even if it meant time-sharing.
One evening he arrived home just as the sun was crashing, and had parked his Motorola 68000 in the main drive (he had missed the 5100 bus that morning), when he noticed an elegant piece of liveware admiring the daisy wheels in his garden.   He thought to himself, "She looks user-friendly.   I'll see if she'd like an update tonight."
Mini was her name, and she was delightfully engineered with eyes like COBOL (**** Miranda ***) and a PR1ME mainframe architecture that set Micro's peripherals networking all over the place.
He browsed over to her casually, admiring the power of her twin, 32-bit floating point processors and enquired "How are you, Honeywell?"   "Yes, I am well", she responded, batting her optical fibers engagingly and smoothing her console over her curvilinear functions.
Micro settled for a straight line approximation.   "I'm stand-alone tonight," he said, "How about computing a vector to my base address?   I'll output a byte to eat, and maybe we could get offset later on."
Mini ran a priority process for 2.6 milliseconds then transmitted 8k, "I've been dumped myself recently, and a new page is just what I need to refresh my disks.   I'll park my machine cycle in your background and meet you inside."   She walked off, leaving Micro admiring her solenoids and thinking, "Wow, what a global variable, I wonder if she'd like my firmware?"
They sat down at the process table to a top of form feed of fiche and chips and a bucket of baudot.   Mini was in conversational mode and expanded on ambiguous arguments while Micro gave occasional acknowledgments although, in reality, he was analyzing the shortest and least critical path to her entry point.   He finally settled on the old would_you_like_to_see_my_benchmark routine, but Mini was again one step ahead.
Suddenly she was up and stripping off her parity bits to reveal the full functionality of her operating system software.   "Let's get BASIC, you RAM," she said.   Micro was loaded by this stage, but his hardware policing module had a processor of it's own and was in danger of overflowing its output buffer, a hang-up that Micro had consulted his analyst about.   "Core," was all he could say, as she prepared to log him off.
Micro soon recovered, however, when Mini went down on the DEC and opened her divide files to reveal her data set ready.   He accessed his fully packed root device and was just about to start pushing into her CPU stack, when she attempted an escape sequence.
"No, No!" she cried, "You're not shielded."   "Reset, baby", he replied, "I've been debugged."   "But I haven't got my current loop enabled, and I can't support child processes," she protested.   "Don't run away", he said, "I'll generate an interrupt."   "No that's too error prone, and I can't abort because of my design philosophy."  
Micro was locked in by this stage though, and could not be turned off.   But Mini soon stopped his thrashing by introducing a voltage spike into his main supply, whereupon he fell over with a head crash and went to sleep.  

"Computers!"  she thought as she compiled herself, "All they ever think of is hex."

This is the kind of trash you can expect to find in your e-mail program sent to you by your "friends"!!!

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