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Wednesday, January 15, 2003

Baby sleep aid says: "I hate you". "a Vancouver, Wash., family discovered that the toy they unsuspectingly attached to their son's crib utters the words "I hate you" amid the rhythmic ocean sounds designed to lull the baby asleep." Link Discuss (Thanks, Jeremy!) via [Boing Boing Blog]

This brings back fond memories of the time I spent 45 minutes on my college radio show trying to extract the phrase "Toke on a leaf for Satan" by playing "Stairway to Heaven" backwards. (If you're open to suggestion, you can hear it starting at "...there's a feeling I get...").

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Installed Simon Fell's pingback client for Radio. Yep! It works like a charm. Awesome. Okay, so much for my Trackback server! I guess I'll re-implement it as a pingback server!
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