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The law

#1. Websites must not have embedded music. This is the Web, not a cunting jukebox.
#1.i (Punishment) Those who create, host, design, or are in other ways responsible for the publication of websites with embedded music will have limbs and primary sexual organs removed with an angle grinder.

#2 Webshites that play embedded music must not play Christmas music.. This applies to any web browser including those authored by the Beast of Redmond. Slade is right out.
#2.i (Punishment) Morons who, in a public area, visit webshites that break Law #2 and do not immediately navigate away (including such measures as shooting the computer in question) should undergo the HCl variant of Chinese water torture, a.k.a. the Alka-Seltzer torture — plink, plink, fizz.

First, I'm going to visit the MySpace colo sites with an angle grinder attached to a nice chunky generator and a gas-axe. Then I'm going to recharge, buy some more burninatory goodness, and visit all the users. Those I choose to empower as Enforcers of the Law may join me, though be warned that there will be no exceptions for "this guy who's really cool otherwise".

Law #1, motherfuckers.


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Dec. 19th, 2006 04:05 pm (UTC)
Preach it!

Luckily, I work at a library and only half of the puters have the sound actively turned on - and they have headphones. On the rare occasion when a patron turns the sound on on one of the other puters and visits such a site, I'm allowed to give them the Librarian Glare (tm) and then threaten them with booting them from the library unless they straighten up.

Best of luck with the conquest. Sign me up when you reach stateside (course we have a lot more idiots per capita here I believe).
Dec. 19th, 2006 06:29 pm (UTC)
You mean like this?

(NB: he was going to grab this for the sound track, but he hasn't put it on yet.)
Dec. 19th, 2006 06:32 pm (UTC)
NB: listen to that rendering of "O Holy Night" in the second link. I mean, listen all the way through. The first ten seconds are bad, but you have to hear the whole thing to appreciate it's utterly dreadful majesty. We are talking "Eye of Argon" grade badness, here.
Dec. 19th, 2006 08:09 pm (UTC)
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