An archive of text files from the beginning of the Internet. Most of them are from old Usenet postings regarding guns, drugs, and other politics. “That is not lost which can eternal lie, and with strange cycles even 404 may archive.”
There is nothing quite like the hunger you get at three in the morning when everyone else has gone to sleep. If you’re hanging with the late crowd in San Diego, come and see where you can time out for a bite after midnight!
Jerry Stratton is a writer, blogger, and reader. You can read his works at the blog, Mimsy Were the Borogoves, the satirical newspaper The Walkerville Weekly Reader, and everywhere fine words are bought and sold.
“Remember, if they want to hassle you, the charge doesn’t have to be good enough to stand up in court, just good enough to avoid claims of misconduct or false arrest or malicious prosecution. And possession of the handcuff keys is nine-tenths of the law.”—Joe Chew