In "Spamming for Science "

Spam and other electronic abuses have long been a focus of computer security research. However, recent work in the domain has emphasized an economic analysis of these operations in the hope of understanding and disrupting the profit model of attackers. Such studies do not lend themselves to passive measurement techniques. Instead, researchers have become middle-men or active participants in spam behaviors; methodologies that lie at an interest

In "Hey, does anybody know where I can get some Stromectol? "

If I knew of such a place I'd direct you overthereses right away, but alas.

In "Is Donald Trump Still President? "

Well, I'm neither USian nor UKian, so what do I know --- but from what i've gathered about the DUP recently, I don't think they're above "Hey thanks for the billion quid bribe, but now get stuffed."

hastheresamayresignedyet.com

In "Can Trump read? "

Samanthe Bee had a completely valid conspiracy theory on this.

In "What are we going to do? "

You could buy a t-shirt.
It's not much, but.

In "Man, unable to prove he is not an orangutan, becomes President of the United States "

As a non-UnitedStatesian, I can only give you my condolences for the passing of your nation as it once was.
And given the planned backpedaling on climate deals, the world as it once was.

In "BUILD YOUR OWN BANANA! "

No bananular phone?

In "

outdoor heaters

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This post, like the other one, is hidden
It's awfully visible for something that's hidden.

In "M.O.N.K.E.Y. Part N.I.N.E.: Now It Never Ends"

... gonna output numerous new acronyms.

In "Heavy Breeding."

In "Imma let you finish..."

1959 Mystery Deaths of 9 Skiers Still Unresolved

In "She's Got It."

Suzanna.

In "The Ball of Light."

more

In "Japanese Government Banning Used School Girl Pantie Vending Machines."

Time warp

In "Silverfish!"

But wait! There's more!

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