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Monday, October 31, 2005

Someone Defend This Atrocity, if you Dare

HAT TIP: The Rottweiler,

Muslim assassins, kill and behead 3 Christian Schoolgirls, injure 2 who lived.....

Someone wanna tell me where the outrage is from the Religion of Peace is on this? Someone care to spin this and say the Christians got what they deserved? Come on, gimme a reason....

These animals need to be stopped, period.

Read and weep:


  • At 9:42 AM, Blogger Ranando said…


    Bush can't look past Iraq on the war on terror. Hell. why is this president in Iran still alive? That SOB should have been dead last week.

    Go to
    ang let me see you defends the pictures of the dead Americans?

    Think how far we could have been on the war on terror if we didn't sidetrack to Iraq?

    Six Americans dead today. If we are not willing to seal the borders in Iraq and kill everyone in it, then we need to get out and stop wasting our kids lives.

  • At 10:01 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Well Ran, for once we agree on a strategy. Seal it up, and do the Killing Jar. Let the innocents get out, if there are any, and the rest, well they got warned.

    Iraq is not necessarily a sidetrack, rather a part of this larger war. Iran is part of this Global War, and no doubt the Iranian President is egging it on.

    Now, Ranando, I agree, get tough or get out.

    Ranando, you know someone over there, or has a kid over there?

    This sounds more personal and intense than usual.....

  • At 11:14 AM, Blogger Ranando said…

    I have two freinds over there fighting and three freinds over there working for the USA.

  • At 11:33 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Well Ranando, wish em good luck, and sincere prayers from myself.

    It's not easy for anyone over there.

  • At 1:40 PM, Blogger Ranando said…


    Try to keep your post out of your sidebar, that way your sidebar will line-up.

  • At 1:44 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    What doesn't line up?

  • At 1:47 PM, Blogger Ranando said…


    His profile is not at the top of his page and it should be.

  • At 3:00 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    ah - thats very interesting.

    Actually, though in Windows using IE, you are correct, it is not.

    WinXP/IE: Does not work
    WinXP/Mozilla/Firefox: Works fine
    Linux/Mozilla/Firefox: Works fine

    It's technically not his fault. Fucking Microsoft can suck me. Go to and download a real browser =]

  • At 3:16 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Kevin, still sticking it to Bill Gates. Nice to see that, pal....

    Ran, thanks, I'll work on it later.

    Big rainstorms and a front coming through Houston.

  • At 7:18 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Heh -- well he keeps sticking it to himself with shitty software.

    Seriously, if you don't use Firefox - you totally should.

    I see the Windows / Apple / Unix debate much like politics -- they all have good and bad qualities.

    Firefox just happens to be tons better than Internet Explorer - and is entirely free.

    (I just usually forget that its still a bigtime minority browser)

  • At 8:55 PM, Blogger Ranando said…


    Your bowser has nothing to do with your sidebar or your blog.

  • At 11:09 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Woah Nelly.

    Ranando -- you and I have agreed on many topics in the past.

    On this matter, however, you are wrong. VERY wrong.

    I am sure I could turn up some 500,000 pages on the topic in google, though I'll spare the citations and just hope that you believe me.

    As a long-time web developer, trust me, every browser is VERY different and IE is by FAR the worst of them.

    If I might give you a quick lesson though, IE is not actually at fault for NOT supporting HTML tags, but rather for supporting TOO MANY HTML tags.

    The problem with web languages (HTML, XML, CSS, JS, etc) is that while the W3 attempts to standardize them, each browser is responsible for compiling the HTML it receives, and each one does it just a tad bit differently.

    IE, for example, I believe allows one to define the height of a table row. In HTML that would be something like:

    < tr height="100px" >

    (I spaced it out so blogger wont try to read it as a tag)

    But there actually is NO height tag (outside of CSS) for defining a table row. Therefore, people coding for IE browsers might use it, but the rest of the browsers suffer.

    I'd be happy to go on. But I thought that should give you an idea.

  • At 11:23 PM, Blogger Kevin said…


    It's going to take a few more hours for this website to be built in the remaining browsers and OS's -- but take a look:

    As of my writing here, only Firefox for Linux, and Safari for Mac/PPC have been built.

    One thing I notice off the bat, notice the first article Nick has -- there is a long link. Firefox truncates it at the column edge whereas Safari wraps it.

    Just ONE example of browsers displaying the EXACT same page differently.

  • At 6:41 AM, Blogger Ranando said…


    I stand corrected and I agree, I was wrong.

    Thak you for the insight,


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