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Discover Seattle! / computer scan
« on: Apr 10 07 04:23 »
just came across this site that scans your computer to check to see if your computer is safe from hackers. im sure there are quite a bit of them out there.

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  from all indications, my computer is doing super well, however, i have no idea what i did.

  [FONT size=2][FONT color=#404040][FONT face=Verdana]But YOUR computer has DELIBERATELY CHOSEN NOT TO RESPOND (that's very cool!) which represents advanced computer and port stealthing capabilities.[/FONT][/FONT][/FONT]

[FONT face=Verdana color=#404040 size=2]Relative to vulnerabilities from Windows networking, this computer appears to be VERY SECURE since it is NOT exposing ANY of its internal NetBIOS networking protocol over the Internet.[/FONT]

Discover Seattle! / cutest video ever!
« on: Apr 03 07 08:57 »
its been all over the news recently but i havent seen it posted here so..

  Otters holding hands

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Discover Seattle! / income tax help
« on: Mar 20 07 12:54 »
what line do i put the credit for the transit card? ive look at their website and it wasnt much help.

[!----] Recall of wet pet food made by Menu Foods for Wal-Mart, Kroger, PetsMart, others
Undisclosed number of cats and dogs suffered vomiting, kidney failure; 10 died
Recall affects specific sizes of Iams and Eukanuba brands of dog, cat food

 WASHINGTON (AP) -- A major manufacturer of dog and cat food sold under Wal-Mart, Safeway, Kroger and other store brands recalled 60 million containers of wet pet food Friday after reports of kidney failure and deaths.

 An unknown number of cats and dogs suffered kidney failure and about 10 died after eating the affected pet food, Menu Foods said in announcing the North American recall. Product testing has not revealed a link explaining the reported cases of illness and death, the company said.

 "At this juncture, we're not 100 percent sure what's happened," said Paul Henderson, the company's president and chief executive officer. However, the recalled products were made using wheat gluten purchased from a new supplier, since dropped for another source, spokeswoman Sarah Tuite said. Wheat gluten is a source of protein.

[A name=1][/A][A name=rv4][/A] [H3]'Cuts and gravy' food sold in cans, pouches recalled[/H3] The recall covers the company's "cuts and gravy" style food, which consists of chunks of meat in gravy, sold in cans and small foil pouches between December 3 and March 6 throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

 The pet food was sold by stores operated by the Kroger Co., Safeway Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and PetSmart Inc., among others, Henderson said.

 Menu Foods said it makes pet foods for 17 of the top 20 North American retailers. It is also a contract manufacturer for the top branded pet food companies, including Procter & Gamble Co.

 Proctor & Gamble announced Friday the recall of specific 3 oz., 5.5 oz., 6 oz. and 13.2 oz. canned and 3 oz. and 5.3 oz. foil pouch cat and dog wet food products made by Menu Foods but sold under the Iams and Eukanuba brands. The recalled products bear the code dates of 6339 through 7073 followed by the plant code 4197, P&G said.

 Menu Foods' three U.S. and one Canadian factory produce more than 1 billion containers of wet pet food a year. The recall covers pet food made at company plants in Emporia, Kansas, and Pennsauken, New Jersey, Henderson said.

 Henderson said the company received an undisclosed number of owner complaints of vomiting and kidney failure in dogs and cats after they had been fed its products. It has tested its products but not found a cause for the sickness.

 "To date, the tests have not indicated any problems with the product," Henderson said.

[A name=2][/A][A name=rv3][/A] [H3]FDA also working to target brands[/H3] The company alerted the Food and Drug Administration, which already has inspectors in one of the two plants, Henderson said. The FDA was working to nail down brand names covered by the recall, agency spokesman Mike Herndon said.

 Menu Foods is majority-owned by the Menu Foods Income Fund, based in Ontario, Canada.

 Henderson said the recall would cost the company the Canadian equivalent of $26 million to $34 million.

 Below are lists of specific brands recalled by Menu Foods, in addition to Proctor & Gamble's recall of certain Iams and Eukanuba products. Menu Brands lists the brands on its Web site,, and advises consumers to call 1-866-895-2708 for more information.

[A name=3][/A][A name=rv2][/A] [H3]Recalled cat foods[/H3] Americas Choice; Preferred Pets; Authority; Best Choice; Companion; Compliments; Demoulas Market Basket; Fine Feline Cat, Shep Dog; Food Lion; Foodtown; Giant Companion; Good n Meaty; Hannaford; Hill Country Fare; Hy-Vee; Key Food; Laura Lynn; Li'l Red; Loving Meals; Main Choice; Nutriplan; Nutro Max Gourmet Classics; Nutro Natural Choice; Paws; Presidents Choice; Price Chopper; Priority; Save-A-Lot; Schnucks; Sophistacat; Special Kitty; Springfield Pride; Sprout; Total Pet; My True Friend; Wegmans; Western Family; White Rose; and Winn Dixie.

[A name=4][/A][A name=rv1][/A] [H3]Recalled dog foods[/H3] America's Choice; Preferred Pets; Authority; Award; Best Choice; Big Bet; Big Red; Bloom; Bruiser; Cadillac; Companion; Demoulas Market Basket; Fine Feline Cat; Shep Dog; Food Lion; Giant Companion; Great Choice; Hannaford; Hill Country Fare; Hy-Vee; Key Food; Laura Lynn; Loving Meals; Main Choice; Mixables; Nutriplan; Nutro Max; Nutro Natural Choice; Nutro; Ol'Roy; Paws; Pet Essentials; Pet Pride; President's Choice; Price Chopper; Priority; Publix; Roche Bros; Save-A-Lot; Schnucks; Springsfield Pride; Sprout; Stater Bros; Total Pet; My True Friend; Western Family; White Rose; Winn Dixie and Your Pet.

Discover Seattle! / i.q. test
« on: Mar 16 07 09:11 »
[SPAN id=text_greenbg] [!-- STOP: PAGE GRAPHIC SPACER WRAP (creates a space to wrap the text around for the PAGE GRAPHIC) --][!-- START: MAIN CONTENT TEXT HEADER #1 (usualy sub-title of the page) --][SPAN id=text_greenbg]YOUR IQ SCORE IS:[/SPAN] [!-- STOP: MAIN CONTENT TEXT HEADER #1 (usualy sub-title of the page) --]
 A score of 124 or higher is required to qualify for membership in the Society. [DIV class=text_bluebold]

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Discover Seattle! / Spielberg plans Tintin movie
« on: Mar 10 07 10:40 »
 Hollywood moviemaker Steven Spielberg is to bring cartoon hero Tintin and pals Captain Haddock and Professor Calculus to life in a live action feature film, industry sources said Friday.

 The maker of E.T: The Extra Terrestrial, Jaws and Raiders of the Lost Ark will re-enact the adventures the intrepid young reporter for Universal Pictures and his own production firm, DreamWorks Pictures.

 "The project will definitely go ahead, we are just waiting for a deal on the rights to Tintin to be finalised," an industry source told AFP.

 Spielberg and producing partner Kathleen Kennedy are negotiating for the rights to the character, created by Belgian cartoonist Herge in 1929, with the firm that holds them, Moulinsart.

 The internationally-read comic strip Tintin has developed something of a cult following over the years, keeping sales of the books featuring the youth reporter and his partners in adventure strong.[BR clear=all]

 Drunken Captain Haddock - who utters strings of exclamatory curses like "billions of bilious blue blistering barnacles - Professor Cuthbert Calculus, the investigator twins Thomson and Thompson and Tintin's faithful little dog Snowy are all expected to feature in the film.

 Tintin, whose author's real name was Georges Remi, was first published in a weekly supplement of the Belgian newspaper Le Vingtieme Siecle and has been translated into more than 50 languages.

 Several animated films of the cowlick-sporting reporter have already been made, but Hollywood has yet to try a live action film version.


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  why doesnt this surprise me.

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  take a look at the ad for krisy kreme donut that this news broadcast used. read the tag line.

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Discover Seattle! / Spiderman 3
« on: Mar 05 07 10:05 »
just watched a teaser during heroes. nbc has an extended online version, but act fast, it will only be up until tues march 6, 9pm pst.

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ever hear a song from a commercial and wonder what that song was?

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Discover Seattle! / another naughty teacher
« on: Mar 01 07 10:20 »

  Teacher had sex with 5 teens, police say

   CLINTON, South Carolina (AP) -- A middle school teacher accused of having sex with at least five boys -- some of them students at her school -- was arrested, authorities said.

 Police began investigating Allenna Williams Ward, 23, after school officials recovered a note containing inappropriate messages, said Clinton Public Safety Director John Thomas.

 Ward, who is married, had sexual encounters with the 14- and 15-year-old boys at various locations, including in the school, at a motel, in a park and behind a restaurant, from December to this month, according to arrest warrants.

 Some of the victims were students at Ward's school, Thomas said.

 Ward was placed on administrative leave with pay last Thursday, acting district Superintendent Laura Koskela said. A message left for the school's principal was not immediately returned Wednesday.

 Ward was charged with criminal sexual conduct with a minor and six counts of lewd acts on a minor, according to arrest warrants. She is being held in jail awaiting a bail hearing, police said.

wow...something is not right with her.


Discover Seattle! / Funny Videos
« on: Feb 09 07 09:39 »
i think we should start up a thread to post your funny/interesting videos that you come across on the internet. i know there are many out there.

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Discover Seattle! / The Secret
« on: Feb 08 07 08:01 »
so i see these people on ellen a few months back and got interested. i went and read a bit of their book and it was a weird book. i turn on oprah today and these people are on, talking about all this 'live life to the fullest' stuff.

  anyone know what i am talking about? is this some sort of cult?? if it is good enough for oprah, it is good enough for me?

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Discover Seattle! / Assicons
« on: Feb 01 07 08:51 »
We all know those cute little computer symbols called "emoticons," where:

:) means a smile and

:( is a frown.

Sometimes these are represented by



Well, how about some "ASSICONS?"
Here goes:

(_!_) a regular ass

(__!__) a fat ass

(!) a tight ass

(_*_) a sore ass

(_!_) a swishy ass

(_o_) an ass that's been around

(_x_) kiss my ass

(_X_) leave my ass alone

(_zzz_) a tired ass

(_E=mc2_) a smart ass

(_$_) Money coming out of his ass

 (_?_) Dumb Ass


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