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So, the voice of Chef quit South Park.

.. Chef returns in the season 10 opener (13.6MB). And I'm not saying any more. Well, okay - the word for the day is "editing". =:)

<td>Yay! Following Mitzi's departure from Bunnyton, the new resident turned out to be Coco. ^_^ So that's three lapines in all, out of the eight, including Tiffany and Pippy.</td><td></td>


Welcome to Irving! "Texas has begun sending undercover agents into bars to arrest drinkers for being drunk, a spokeswoman for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission said on Wednesday." "At one location, for example, agents and police arrested patrons of a hotel bar. Some of the suspects said they were registered at the hotel and had no intention of driving. Arresting authorities said the patrons were a danger to themselves and others." Similarly in Abilene and San Angelo.

When thinking of Texas, I'm reminded of that demotivational poster, "It may be that your only purpose in life is to serve as a warning to others."

marko_the_rat might be interested in this Radio 4 adaptation (40MB, 1h27m) of Terry Pratchett's The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents, broadcast in August 2003, yet remaining unavailable commercially. "The Amazing Maurice is a talking cat, who leads his Educated Rodents, a group of talking rats, as they go from town to town being a plague so that their accomplice, a boy piper, can 'lure them all away' from the town, after which they share the money the piper makes."

If you're using GPG or similar, I have a new public key up now, courtesy of the post-compromise v1.4.2.2.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Surprisingly painless, actually - the MacGPG page's little HOWTO gives the necessary steps, assuming you've got the devtools installed. (Curiously, there didn't seem to be a set of binaries available - not a hassle, if Xcode's in place, but there's surely plenty of folks who don't. Come to that, I've never quite understood why GPG isn't part of the OS X distribution, unless Apple's edgy about the GPL. But surely it'd be possible to create a compatible solution, just as GPG works with PGP fine. Privacy shouldn't be an optional extra)

More or less, just fetch the source, decompress, ./configure, make, and sudo make install. Of course, then there's the now outdated keys to dispose of.. I suppose anyone who's actually had theirs out in circulation would probably want to add a revocation certificate.
Mmm, yeah, actually, I never got around to it after hearing about the security issue because a) there was no apparent binary, and b) the howto link at the top brought me to the Documentation section, which left me rather confuzzled for a while - didn't know which one I should pick, and didn't feel like figuring it out. (Was looking for a howto for 1.4.2.2, matching the new version number~ and didn't realize the 4.14 one was what I was looking for...) [/end ramble]

Just did, though, am configuring, making, make-checking, and installing~ Mmm, shall have to figure out how to do a revocation certificate...
Hm, actually, I don't think a revocation is necessary. From what I read, and understand, the loophole lies with signature verification - it's possible to generate false positives.
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