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Rich Horror, you are now a god.

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[Mar 24,2008 6:44pm - menstrual_sweatpants_disco ""]
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[Mar 24,2008 6:44pm - menstrual_sweatpants_disco ""]
I can't say how many times I've jerked off to this.
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[Mar 24,2008 6:53pm - ZJD ""]
I am lolling out loud right now.
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[Mar 24,2008 6:55pm - dreadkill ""]
mike, are you in blackface, or is that a shadow?
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[Mar 24,2008 6:55pm - dreadkill ""]
it's creepy that rich can get that thing almost balls deep
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[Mar 24,2008 7:01pm - menstrual_sweatpants_disco ""]
i'll post another one later od him with the balls in his mouth and him flopping the dick around.
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[Mar 24,2008 7:05pm - Dave_Maggot ""]
did you guys find it or is this old?
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[Mar 24,2008 7:08pm - dreadkill ""]
me and my roommate have been laughing at this for minutes now.
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[Mar 24,2008 7:20pm - shultze  ""]
i just puked a little in my mouth...
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[Mar 24,2008 7:22pm - AUTOPSY_666 ""]
I'm next!
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[Mar 24,2008 8:09pm - RichHorror ""]
mikeposted (6:43:22 PM): happy birthday
mikeposted (6:43:40 PM): http://img143.imageshack.us/img143/8498/animation1pd1.gif
Cowmaximus (8:09:02 PM): I hate myself and am quitting
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[Mar 24,2008 8:38pm - Dankill  ""]
Rich says: BLargagrrrughusfllsuh!
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[Mar 24,2008 8:40pm - RichHorror ""]
I can no longer in all good conscience be a member of this band.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:02pm - Murph nli  ""]
I like the way you twist the dong on the way out.

Gonna suggest that manuever to my lady friend.

Gay? A little.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:09pm - the_reverend ""]
I like how msd is all "oh hi, i upgraded your ramz" there.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:19pm - RichHorror ""]
Murph, make sure you tell you got the technique from a fat skinhead.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:23pm - Hungtableed  ""]

menstrual_sweatpants_disco said:[img]


Hahahaha, talk about a typical fat kid who only does fucked up shit for laughs. Too bad that there is nothing funny about a dude sucking a dildo like its a cock. You're a fucking queer and that's all there is to say about that. There is no argument otherwise...if you try to make one then you are only lying to your self.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:24pm - RichHorror ""]
Hahahaha, talk about a guy who would never say shit to my face.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:26pm - Hungtableed  ""]
Of coarse I would.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:26pm - Hungtableed  ""]
Dude, you suck dildos...

am I supposed to be intimidated?
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[Mar 24,2008 9:26pm - Pires ""]
Rich finally had the balls to do what we all want to do in life...only this time it wasn't coming from his asshole...I commend you fine sir...
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[Mar 24,2008 9:27pm - RichHorror ""]
Prove me wrong, ever. You won't. All the shows I book are present enough on this board. I'll put you on the guest list.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:31pm - Hungtableed  ""]
hahahahaha, someone is a wee bit embarrassed about the fact that the world found out (via the interweb) that he is queer enough to suck a rubber dick.

What do you have to say about that? I guess it's all the coke which, like ecstasy, makes you gayer than the easter bunny. Did you go for an easter egg hunt yesterday?
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[Mar 24,2008 9:31pm - archaeon ""]
I think the funny part is that MSD appears just as he starts to slide the dick in his mouth. it's his calling!
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[Mar 24,2008 9:32pm - RichHorror ""]
I did it on camera, you fucking hayseed. Yeah, I'm totally shocked it was 'found out'. Go pretend to be in the military even though you couldn't make the cut.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:33pm - swamplorddvm ""]
oh good god!

making me drip.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:34pm - Hungtableed  ""]
Aigght dude. You suck dildos, fag...why not suck a real one and prove your homosexuality. You're obviously a taker...
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[Mar 24,2008 9:36pm - RichHorror ""]
Why not join the real marines? You talk about the armed forces so much yet can't get over there and fight for your country. Why is that?
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[Mar 24,2008 9:41pm - Hungtableed  ""]
I'm not going to go in the armed services because I already love what I do. If I were even remotely as pathetic as one who would suck dildos like they were fleshy dicks I would be willing to do anything to get away from my current life status.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:43pm - RichHorror ""]
In other words, you are too chickenshit to do anything but yell USA USA behind a computer screen.
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[Mar 24,2008 9:50pm - Hungtableed  ""]
...dude...you suck dildos like they're a cocks.

Your opinion on the matter of being "chickenshit" or even being a "pussy" for that matter is therefor completely nullified, forever.
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[Mar 24,2008 11:01pm - ellesarusrex ""]
rich is fun... anyone who is a prude about having fun can eat a bowl of dicks.. he did it for a laugh.. so laugh an/or shut your trap
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[Mar 24,2008 11:06pm - Dave_Maggot ""]
yeah, i smacked that dildo around, its mystifying. if its in your general area you just gotta pick it up. take it for a walk, tell it your best jokes, practice fencing with it. if messing with that dildo makes you gay. then gosh darn it. composted are a whole bunch of grade A-fairies. and i can live with that. i sure can.
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[Mar 24,2008 11:06pm - Murph nli  ""]
Wow, jokes really get lost on some people.

Homophobic people are the most unfunny, uninteresting people ever.

PS. I know you love AMERICA dude, but maybe you should move to Iran. I heard in the news there are "no homsexuals" over there.
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[Mar 24,2008 11:50pm - dreadkill ""]
i get sad when i read about people who lack a sense of humor. having no sense of humor is like not being able to have an orgasm. it really makes life suck. rich is a funny guy and the stuff he does is entertaining. if you can't laugh at goofy shit, how do you enjoy your life?
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[Mar 25,2008 12:03am - menstrual_sweatpants_disco ""]
Alright, I feel bad because this is all out of context now. Rich did this dumb shit on camera during practice to make his friends crack up. That's it. And crack up we did. I shouldn't have posted it here.

Secondly, HungtaBleed is a pussy and WILL NEVER confront anybody in person with the shit he's saying here. I think everybody obviously knows this. Therefore, his opinion is totally invalid. Fuck him. Has anybody even met this clown in real life? He's useless.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:23am - narkybark ""]
now I know how rich can pay me next time.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:25am - RichHorror ""]
Yeah, because getting paid $60 for our first show at a venue is obviously HORSESHIT.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:29am - the_reverend ""]
rich will show you how gay he is when he gets drunk and sucks your fucking dix.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:31am - RichHorror ""]
Yep, all the time.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:31am - the_reverend ""]
rich sucking dix is pure comic gold.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:32am - RichHorror ""]
Yeah, I'm laughing already. Which fits since I'm an apparent laughingstock.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:37am - the_reverend ""]
you aren't a staughinglock, you are just a faggot.
I just figure that everyone from mass is a faggot.. I mean, it is mass, right?
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[Mar 25,2008 12:39am - RichHorror ""]
You got it.
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[Mar 25,2008 12:40am - RichHorror ""]
<bartlesandjames>Thank you for your support.</bartlesandjames>
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[Mar 25,2008 12:59am - mortalis ""]

menstrual_sweatpants_disco said:
Secondly, HungtaBleed is a pussy and WILL NEVER confront anybody in person with the shit he's saying here. I think everybody obviously knows this. Therefore, his opinion is totally invalid. Fuck him. Has anybody even met this clown in real life? He's useless.



he was actually pretty nice when grant and i met him at a show at that mill street brews place. least i think that was him.

then again, we weren't having anti-american gay sex at the time. that was when we got home.
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[Mar 25,2008 2:22am - narkybark ""]

RichHorror said:Yeah, because getting paid $60


I wasn't talking about money. I want some TLC, and now I know you can deliver it.
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[Mar 25,2008 2:23am - narkybark ""]
I mean, just look at that. It's like someone eating an eclaire, in reverse.
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[Mar 25,2008 2:24am - deadlikemurf ""]
someone needs to make msd's head pedo bear. now.

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[Mar 25,2008 2:28am - RichHorror ""]
I'm so glad I give so many new bands a shot at a good show and exposure. This really makes all my hard work worthwhile.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:59am - thegreatspaldino ""]
i dont know rich personally at all and i am really drubk, but if you have a problem with him for reason... i will fuck you up. believe it.
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[Mar 25,2008 4:06am - RichHorror ""]
I'm over it. Thank you, Xanax.
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[Mar 25,2008 5:10am - Hungtableed  ""]
All I hear while reading through this is:
I have sand in my dick hole

I'm just being a ball buster. No one has caught on yet that it is what I do around here? Also, I like throwing the word fag around here because everyone gets their panties in knot like I just said something about their religion. OMFG, he-th's a homophobe guy-ths...that-th's pathetic. I'm th-so pro-gay I'll th-suck a rubber dick. Sorry I rained on your gay parade, you are free to laugh about dude's who suck rubber schlongs again...
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[Mar 25,2008 6:59am - GodlessRob ""]
I was actually sickened to my stomach when I saw this and NOT for the reasons previously mentioned.
I have heard stories of what goes on with that thing at practices and all I can say Rich is...
...I hope you washed that thing off before you put it in your mouth!:pukeface::pukeface::LOL:
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[Mar 25,2008 8:32am - menstrual_sweatpants_disco ""]
and wash away the flavor!?
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[Mar 25,2008 9:22am - now in kadoog-a-vision!  ""]
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[Mar 25,2008 9:23am - MassOfSLITZnli  ""]
honestly, I thought it was a pickle... ehhhhh
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[Mar 25,2008 9:26am - RichHorror ""]
That thing gets sanitized more than an operating room.
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[Mar 25,2008 2:54pm - RichHorror ""]
Ok, back pedalling coward. I recall you saying you'd say the shit to my face. I don't see it happening. Thanks to asking around, I know what you look like, you skinny shrimp cunt. The fact remains that you are too much of a fucking pussy to do fight for your beliefs aside from hiding behind a computer screen. At least I was only joking, while you are a chickenshit faggot that talks big on the way but has no balls to serve for his country.
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[Mar 25,2008 2:56pm - RichHorror ""]
Also, Aaron. Nice job making fun of me along with this cocksucker when I support you and your site every fucking day and in everyway I can. Nice slap to my face. Fuck you.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:01pm - the_reverend ""]
made fun? I was supporting your gayness.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:01pm - W3 nli  ""]
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[Mar 25,2008 3:02pm - RichHorror ""]
Yeah, ok.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:02pm - dreadkill ""]
i think aaron actually was joking.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:03pm - RichHorror ""]
Yeah, let's all make nice so no one has their feelings hurt. Cunts.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:05pm - RichHorror ""]
I still want to know where you're gonna step up like a man and call me a faggot to my face, you backwoods cunt.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:11pm - RichHorror ""]
You're some skinny midget that thinks he's in the army. You talk like a big man about killing the sand niggers. Don't you love to fight? I do. Let's do this, faggot.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:11pm - RichHorror ""]
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahha
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[Mar 25,2008 3:13pm - W3 nli  ""]
KILL THAT MOTHERFUCKER GETT'EM GETT'EM HE'S GETTING AWAY, SOMEBODY KILL'EM
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[Mar 25,2008 3:20pm - RichHorror ""]
e-drama is hilarious
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[Mar 25,2008 3:21pm - W3 nli  ""]
FISHES :HUMP:
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[Mar 25,2008 3:23pm - ZJD ""]
Where the fuck is Hoser?

Also, if sucking a fake dick didn't give Rich a boner, he is not gay.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:24pm - W3 nli  ""]
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[Mar 25,2008 3:31pm - Mucko ""]

W3%20nli said:[img]


You are fucking dead! Now I have that chewy candy fish feeling in my teeth and no money. I am going to punch you in your cock from my wheelchair.
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[Mar 25,2008 3:35pm - W3 nli  ""]
that sounds intense.......

but
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[Mar 25,2008 3:37pm - Mucko ""]
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[Index to the Anarchist Cookbook IV, ver. 4.14]
COOKBOOK.IV: Intro by Exodus
001: Counterfeiting Money
002: Credit Card Fraud
003: Making Plastic Explosives from Bleach
004: Picking Master Locks
005: The Arts of Lockpicking I
006: The Arts of Lockpicking II
007: Solidox Bombs
008: High Tech Revenge: The Beigebox (NEW Revision 4.14)
009: CO2 Bombs
010: Thermite Bombs (NEW Rivision, 4.14)
011: Touch Explosives
012: Letter Bombs
013: Paint Bombs
014: Ways to send a car to HELL
015: Do ya hate school? (NEW Revision, 4.14)
016: Phone related vandalism
017: Highway police radar jamming
018: Smoke Bombs
019: Mail Box Bombs
020: Hotwiring cars
021: Napalm
022: Fertilizer Bomb
023: Tennis Ball Bomb
024: Diskette Bombs
025: Unlisted Phone Numbers (NEW Revision, 4.14)
026: Fuses
027: How to make Potassium Nitrate
028: Exploding Lightbulbs
029: Under water igniters
030: Home-brew blast cannon
031: Chemical Equivalency List
032: Phone Taps
033: Landmines
034: A different kind of Molitov Cocktail
035: Phone Systems Tutorial I
036: Phone Systems Tutorial II
037: Basic Alliance Teleconferencing
038: Aqua Box Plans
039: Hindenberg Bomb
040: How to Kill Someone with your Bare Hands
041: Phone Systems Tutorial III
042: Black Box Plans
043: The Blotto Box
044: Blowgun
045: Brown Box Plans
046: Calcium Carbide Bomb
047: More Ways to Send a Car to Hell
048: Ripping off Change Machines (NEW Revision, 4.14)
049: Clear Box Plans
050: CNA Number Listing
051: Electronic Terrorism
052: How to Start a Conference w/o 2600hz or M-F
053: Dynamite
054: Auto Exhaust Flame Thower
055: How to Break into BBS Express
056: Firebomb
057: Fuse Bomb
058: Generic Bomb
059: Green Box Plans
060: Portable Grenade Launcher
061: Basic Hacking Tutorial I
062: Basic Hacking Tutorial II
063: Hacking DEC's
064: Harmless Bombs
065: Breaking into Houses (NEW Revision, 4.14)
066: Hypnotism
067: Remote Informer Issue #1
068: Jackpotting ATM Machines
069: Jug Bomb
070: Fun at K-Mart
071: Mace Substitute
072: How to Grow Marijuana
073: Match Head Bomb
074: Terrorizing McDonalds
075: "Mentor's" Last Words
076: The Myth of the 2600hz Detector
077: Blue Box Plans (Ye' olde Favorite)
078: Napalm II
079: Nitroglycerin Recipe
080: Operation: Fuckup
081: Stealing Calls from Payphones
082: Pool Fun (NEW Revision, 4.14)
083: Free Postage
084: Unstable Explosives
085: Weird Drugs
086: The Art of Carding
087: Recognizing Credit Cards
088: How to Get a New Identity
089: Remote Informer Issue #2
090: Remote Informer Issue #3
091: Remote Informer Issue #4
092: Remote Informer Issue #5
093: Phreaker's Guide to Loop Lines
094: Ma-Bell Tutorial
095: Getting Money out of Pay Phones
096: Computer-based PBX
097: PC-Pursuit Port Statistics
098: Pearl Box Plans
099: The Phreak File
100: Red Box Plans
101: RemObs
102: Scarlet Box Plans
103: Silver Box Plans
104: Bell Trashing
105: Canadian WATS Phonebook
106: Hacking TRW
107: Hacking VAX & UNIX
108: Verification Circuits
109: White Box Plans
110: The BLAST Box
111: Dealing with the Rate & Route Operator
112: Cellular Phone Phreaking
113: Cheesebox Plans
114: How to Start Your Own Conferences
115: Gold Box Plans
116: The History of ESS
117: The Lunch Box
118: Olive Box Plans
119: The Tron Box
120: More TRW Info
121: "Phreaker's Phunhouse"
122: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 27 (Intro to MIDNET)
123: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 27 (The Making of a Hacker)
124: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Network Miscellany)
125: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Pearl Box Schematic)
126: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Snarfing Remote Files)
127: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (Western Union, Telex, TWX & Time Service)
128: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (Hacking & Tymnet)
129: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (The DECWRL Mail Gateway)
130: Sodium Chlorate
131: Mercury Fulminate
132: Improvised Black Powder
133: Nitric Acid
134: Dust Bomb Instructions
135: Carbon-Tet Explosive
136: Making Picric Acid from Aspirin
137: Reclamation of RDX from C-4 Explosives
138: Egg-based Gelled Flame Fuels
139: Clothespin Switch
140: Flexible Plate Switch
141: Low Signature Systems (Silencers)
142: Delay Igniter From Cigarette
143: Nicotine
144: Dried Seed Timer
145: Nail Grenade
146: Bell Glossary
147: Phone Dial Locks -- How to Beat'em
148: Exchange Scanning
149: A Short History of Phreaking
150: "Secrets of the Little Blue Box" (story)
151: The History of British Phreaking
152: "Bad as Shit" (story)
153: Telenet
154: Fucking with the Operator
155: Phrack Magazine - Vol. 1, Issue 1 (The Phone Preak's Fry-Um Guide)
156: International Country Code Listing
157: Infinity Transmitter Schematic and Plans
158: LSD
159: Bananas
160: Yummy Marihuana Recipes
161: Peanuts
162: Chemical Fire Bottle
163: Igniter from Book Matches
164: "Red or White Powder" Propellant
165: Pipe Hand Grenade
166: European Credit Card Fraud (Written by Creditman! A Cookbook IV Recap!!)
167: Potassium Bomb
168: Your Legal Rights (For adults, or some of us think we are)
169: Juvenile Offenders' Rights
170: Down The Road Missle
171: Fun With ShotGunn Shells
172: Surveillance Equipment
173: Drip Timer
174: Stealing
175: Miscellaneous
176: Shaving cream bomb
177: Ripping off change machines 2
178: Lockpicking the EASY way
179: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Prelude
180: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 1
181: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 2
182: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 3
183: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 4
184: Anarchy 'N' Explosives Vol. 5
185: Explosives and Propellants
186: Lockpicking 3
187: Chemical Equivalent List 2
188: Nitroglycerin 2
189: Cellulose Nitrate
190: Starter Explosives
191: Flash Powder
192: Exploding Pens
193: Revised Pipe Bombs 4.14
194: * SAFETY * A MUST READ!
195: Ammonium TriIodide
196: Sulfuric Acid / Ammonium Nitrate III
197: Black Powder 3
198: Nitrocellulose
199: R.D.X. (Revised 4.14)
200: The Black Gate BBS
201: ANFOS
202: Picric Acid 2
203: Bottled Explosives
204: Dry Ice
205: Fuses / Ignitors / Delays
206: Film Canister Bombs
207: Book Bombs
208: Phone Bombs
209: Special Ammunition
210: Rocketry
211: Pipe Cannon 2
212: Smoke Bombs 4.14
213: Firecrackers
214: Suppliers II
215: Lab-Raid Checklist
216: Misc. Anarchy
217: LockPicking 4
218: Misc. Anarchy II
219: -* THERMITE 4 *- <-- The BEST rev. to 4.14
220: Conclusion
Look for the NEXT Edition of The Anarchist CookBook!!
-=> Exodus <=-_
Counterfeiting Money by JRoger
Before reading this article, it would be a very good idea to get a
book on photo offset printing, for this is the method used in
counterfeiting US currency. If you are familiar with this method
of printing, counterfeiting should be a simple task for you.
Genuine currency is made by a process called "gravure", which
involves etching a metal block. Since etching a metal block is
impossible to do by hand, photo offset printing comes into the
process.
Photo offset printing starts by making negatives of the currency
with a camera, and putting the negatives on a piece of masking
material (usually orange in color). The stripped negatives,
commonly called "flats", are then exposed to a lithographic plate
with an arc light plate maker. The burned plates are then
developed with the proper developing chemical. One at a time,
these plates are wrapped around the plate cylinder of the press.
The press to use should be an 11 by 14 offset, such as the AB Dick
360. Make 2 negatives of the portrait side of the bill, and 1 of
the back side. After developing them and letting them dry, take
them to a light table. Using opaque on one of the portrait sides,
touch out all the green, which is the seal and the serial numbers.
The back side does not require any retouching, because it is all
one color. Now, make sure all of the negatives are registered
(lined up correctly) on the flats. By the way, every time you
need another serial number, shoot 1 negative of the portrait side,
cut out the serial number, and remove the old serial number from
the flat replacing it with the new one.
Now you have all 3 flats, and each represents a different color:
black, and 2 shades of green (the two shades of green are created
by mixing inks). Now you are ready to burn the plates. Take a
lithographic plate and etch three marks on it. These marks must
be 2 and 9/16 inches apart, starting on one of the short edges.
Do the same thing to 2 more plates. Then, take 1 of the flats and
place it on the plate, exactly lining the short edge up with the
edge of the plate. Burn it, move it up to the next mark, and
cover up the exposed area you have already burned. Burn that, and
do the same thing 2 more times, moving the flat up one more mark.
Do the same process with the other 2 flats (each on a separate
plate). Develop all three plates. You should now have 4 images
on each plate with an equal space between each bill.
The paper you will need will not match exactly, but it will do for
most situations. The paper to use should have a 25% rag content.
By the way, Disaperf computer paper (invisible perforation) does
the job well. Take the paper and load it into the press. Be sure
to set the air, buckle, and paper thickness right. Start with the
black plate (the plate without the serial numbers). Wrap it
around the cylinder and load black ink in. Make sure you run more
than you need because there will be a lot of rejects. Then, while
that is printing, mix the inks for the serial numbers and the back
side. You will need to add some white and maybe yellow to the
serial number ink. You also need to add black to the back side.
Experiment until you get it right. Now, clean the press and print
the other side. You will now have a bill with no green seal or
serial numbers. Print a few with one serial number, make another
and repeat. Keep doing this until you have as many different
numbers as you want. Then cut the bills to the exact size with a
paper cutter. You should have printed a large amount of money by
now, but there is still one problem; the paper is pure white. To
dye it, mix the following in a pan: 2 cups of hot water, 4 tea
bags, and about 16 to 20 drops of green food coloring (experiment
with this). Dip one of the bills in and compare it to a genuine
US bill. Make the necessary adjustments, and dye all the bills.
Also, it is a good idea to make them look used. For example,
wrinkle them, rub coffee grinds on them, etc.
As before mentioned, unless you are familiar with photo offset
printing, most of the information in this article will be fairly
hard to understand. Along with getting a book on photo offset
printing, try to see the movie "To Live and Die in LA". It is
about a counterfeiter, and the producer does a pretty good job of
showing how to counterfeit. A good book on the subject is "The
Poor Man's James Bond".
If all of this seems too complicated to you, there is one other
method available for counterfeiting: The Canon color laser
copier. The Canon can replicate ANYTHING in vibrant color,
including US currency. But, once again, the main problem in
counterfeiting is the paper used. So, experiment, and good luck!
-= Exodus =-
_Credit Card Fraud:
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For most of you out there, money is hard to come by. Until now:
With the recent advent of plastic money (credit cards), it is
easy to use someone else's credit card to order the items you have
always desired in life. The stakes are high, but the payoff is
worth it.
Step One: Getting the credit card information
First off, you must obtain the crucial item: someone's credit
card number. The best way to get credit card numbers is to take
the blue carbons used in a credit card transaction at your local
department store. These can usually be found in the garbage can
next to the register, or for the more daring, in the garbage
dumpster behind the store. But, due to the large amount of credit
card fraud, many stores have opted to use a carbonless transaction
sheet, making things much more difficult. This is where your
phone comes in handy.
First, look up someone in the phone book, and obtain as much
information as possible about them. Then, during business hours,
call in a very convincing voice - "Hello, this is John Doe from
the Visa Credit Card Fraud Investigations Department. We have
been informed that your credit card may have been used for
fraudulent purposes, so will you please read off the numbers
appearing on your Visa card for verification." Of course, use
your imagination! Believe it or not, many people will fall for
this ploy and give out their credit information.
Now, assuming that you have your victim's credit card number, you
should be able to decipher the information given.
Step Two: Recognizing information from carbon copies
Card examples:
[American Express]
XXXX XXXXXX XXXXX
MM/Y1 THRU MM/Y2
JOE SHMOE
[American Express]
XXXX XXXXXX XXXXX
MM/Y1 THRU MM/Y2
JOE SHMOE
Explanation:
MM/Y1 is the date the card was issued, and MM/Y2 is the
expiration date. The American Express Gold Card has numbers
XXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX, and is covered for up to $5000.00,
even if the card holder is broke.
[Mastercard]
5XXX XXXX XXXX XXXX
XXXX AAA DD-MM-YY MM/YY
JOE SHMOE
Explanation:
XXXX in the second row may be asked for during the ordering
process. The first date is when the card was new, and the
second is when the card expires. The most frequent number
combination used is 5424 1800 XXXX XXXX. There are many of
these cards in circulation, but many of these are on wanted
lists, so check these first.
[Visa]
4XXX XXX(X) XXX(X) XXX(X)
MM/YY MM/YY*VISA
JOE SHMOE
Explanation:
Visa is the most abundant card, and is accepted almost
everywhere. The "*VISA" is sometimes replaced with "BWG", or
followed with a special code. These codes are as follows:
[1] MM/YY*VISA V - Preferred Card
[2] MM/YY*VISA CV - Classic Card
[3] MM/YY*VISA PV - Premier Card
Preferred Cards are backed with money, and are much safer to
use. Classic Cards are newer, harder to reproduce cards with
decent backing. Premier Cards are Classic Cards with Preferred
coverage. Common numbers are 4448 020 XXX XXX, 4254 5123 6000
XXXX, and 4254 5123 8500 XXXX. Any 4712 1250 XXXX XXXX cards
are IBM Credit Union cards, and are risky to use, although
they are usually covered for large purchases.
Step Three: Testing credit
You should now have a Visa, Mastercard, or American Express
credit card number, with the victim's address, zip code, and phone
number. By the way, if you have problems getting the address,
most phone companies offer the Address Tracking Service, which is
a special number you call that will give you an address from a
phone number, at a nominal charge. Now you need to check the
balance of credit on the credit card (to make sure you don't run
out of money), and you must also make sure that the card isn't
stolen. To do this you must obtain a phone number that
businesses use to check out credit cards during purchases. If you
go to a department store, watch the cashier when someone makes a
credit card purchase. He/she will usually call a phone number,
give the credit information, and then give what is called a
"Merchant Number". These numbers are usually written down on or
around the register. It is easy to either find these numbers and
copy them, or to wait until they call one in. Watch what they
dial and wait for the 8 digit (usually) merchant number. Once you
call the number, in a calm voice, read off the account number,
merchant number, amount, and expiration date. The credit bureau
will tell you if it is ok, and will give you an authorization
number. Pretend you are writing this number down, and repeat it
back to them to check it. Ignore this number completely, for it
serves no real purpose. However, once you do this, the bank
removes dollars equal to what you told them, because the card was
supposedly used to make a purchase. Sometimes you can trick the
operator by telling her the customer changed his mind and decided
not to charge it. Of course, some will not allow this. Remember
at all times that you are supposed to be a store clerk calling to
check out the card for a purchase. Act like you are talking with
a customer when he/she "cancels".
Step Four: The drop
Once the cards are cleared, you must find a place to have the
package sent. NEVER use a drop more than once. The following are
typical drop sites:
[1] An empty house
An empty house makes an excellent place to send things. Send the
package UPS, and leave a note on the door saying, "UPS. I work
days, 8 to 6. Could you please leave the package on the back door
step?" You can find dozens of houses from a real estate agent by
telling them you want to look around for a house. Ask for a list
of twenty houses for sale, and tell them you will check out the
area. Do so, until you find one that suits your needs.
[2] Rent A Spot
U-Haul sometimes rents spaces where you can have packages sent and
signed for. End your space when the package arrives.
[3] People's houses
Find someone you do not know, and have the package sent there.
Call ahead saying that "I called the store and they sent the
package to the wrong address. It was already sent, but can you
keep it there for me?" This is a very reliable way if you keep
calm when talking to the people.
Do NOT try post office boxes. Most of the time, UPS will not
deliver to a post office box, and many people have been caught in
the past attempting to use a post office box. Also, when you have
determined a drop site, keep an eye on it for suspicious
characters and cars that have not been there before.
Step Five: Making the transaction
You should now have a reliable credit card number with all the
necessary billing information, and a good drop site.
The best place to order from is catalogues, and mail order houses.
It is in your best interest to place the phone call from a pay
phone, especially if it is a 1-800 number. Now, when you call,
don't try to disguise your voice, thinking you will trick the
salesperson into believing you are an adult. These folks are
trained to detect this, so your best bet is to order in your own
voice. They will ask for the following: name, name as it appears
on card, phone number, billing address, expiration date, method of
shipping, and product. Ask if they offer UPS Red shipping (next
day arrival), because it gives them less time to research an
order. If you are using American Express, you might have a bit of
a problem shipping to an address other than the billing address.
Also, if the salesperson starts to ask questions, do NOT hang up.
Simply talk your way out of the situation, so you won't encourage
investigation on the order.
If everything goes right, you should have the product, free of
charge. Insurance picks up the tab, and no one is any wiser. Be
careful, and try not to order anything over $500. In some states,
UPS requires a signature for anything over $200, not to mention
that anything over $200 is defined as grand theft, as well as
credit fraud. Get caught doing this, and you will bite it for a
couple of years. Good luck!
First compiled in JRII..
-= Exodus =-_
Making Plastic Explosives from Bleach by The Jolly Roger
Potassium chlorate is an extremely volatile explosive compound,
and has been used in the past as the main explosive filler in
grenades, land mines, and mortar rounds by such countries as
France and Germany. Common household bleach contains a small
amount of potassium chlorate, which can be extracted by the
procedure that follows.
First off, you must obtain:
[1] A heat source (hot plate, stove, etc.)
[2] A hydrometer, or battery hydrometer
[3] A large Pyrex, or enameled steel container (to weigh
chem

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100 Ways To Disappear
And Live Free
(C) 1972 Eden Press
Revised 1985
Typed by Struct Def
For other privacy oriented publications, write
EDEN PRESS
P.O. BOX 8410
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708
INTRODUCTION
To "live free" means to be able to control your own life
and to avoid violence, or the threat of violence, by others.
What you do and how you do it will almost always determine
whether or not freedom will be yours. But YOU must take the
responsibility for creating your own freedom. No one,
especially the "government" will do it for you.
To "disappear" means to make it impossible for other
people to invade your personal world of freedom. Since most
of such invasion is by means of electronic data gathering and
cross-referencing, you must be able to short-circuit these
procedures effectively.
The most efficient method today is through the use of
what we call "alternate identification". If the new names
and numbers you plug into the networks don't match
the old ones, you have not only "disappeared", but have also
been "reborn". And being reborn means leaving your past records
where they can no longer affect you and your lifestyle.
This "disappearing" of individuals is obviously discomforting
to institutions and governments determined to control
personal activities in the Land of the Free. To them
it appears downright seditious, since in reality their power
depends directly on the number of people they can control --
through computerized records, of course.
To those who actually "disappear", however, the act is
one of tremendous personal liberation. Free men owe very
little to those who restrict opportunities on the basis of past
records. An extreme example, which nevertheless applies
to all of us, is this: When a person convicted of a felony
has served his full sentence, is he then "free"? Hardly.
What he will experience is really a LIFE SENTENCE of second-rate
opportunity.
And what happens to the convict, in practice, happens to
*everyone* who manages to have negative personal information
placed in his "records". When it comes to the point of a
person's having to live with a condemning past and ever-
narrowing opportunities, it becomes easily understandable
why he should be willing and anxious to scuttle his labeled
identity and take on another.
Becoming a new identity, however, involves many things
and requires careful attention to detail, as we shall show.
At the heart of this process, though, is the ATTITUDE a person
must assume if he is to make it work. He must forget
about his "government"; he must become his own government,
answerable only to himself, with his own rules, laws, and
systems of behavior. This is an existential "moment" few
are disciplined enough to experience, but it can be done.
The result will be a growing detachment from BIG BROTHER and
a correspoding increase of personal freedom.
The individual needn't worry about what would happen "if
everybody else did this" because they WON'T. The object is
for individuals, acting as individuals, to declare their
mental independence from whatever System is attempting to
enslave them. As individuals they are the best judges of what
degree of slavery they can accept, how far down the road
they can go before becoming robots for BIG BROTHER. Simply
put, it's the Sheep and the Wolves. The Sheep go to slaughter,
the Wolves wherever they wish...
There are numerous intermediate tactics between total
compliance and complete disappearance, such as refusing to
give your Social Security number (or giving it incorrectly),
avoiding taxes, obtaining several foreign citizenships and
passports, setting up bank accounts in several other countries,
and planning at least two routes of escape to other countries,
but in the end you will discover there really is no freedom
in the world -- *YOU MUST CREATE YOUR OWN*. You must
learn how to protect your own rights as you define them. No
one else will do it for you, *NO ONE*.
The object of this publication is to suggest ways an
individual can, in practice, escape his past and secure a
new future, *on his own terms*. Individuals will vary greatly
in how they carry out their disappearances, and it is our
hope that the ideas we present here are useful towards those
ends. We make no claims of completeness or of exhausting
the subject, as that could be potentially dangerous were
individuals to rely solely on this information.
We must stress that everyone should think over his situation
as carefully as possible, and then pick and choose
which among our methods are best suited for his needs. Above
all, he must begin using his head, trusting his hunches and
instincts, and thinking of himself as separate, different,
and even superior to those stuck in the System. He will
have to become a Wolf. He must stand alone to be free.
--Barry Reid
January 1978
II. LIVING FREE
Avoid attending church. If you must, however, use an alias when
attending, and make contributions in cash, never by check. If you are
asked by inquisitive neighbors what church you attend, either name one
of a different faith than theirs or deny interest completely. Give
the minister totally false information about yourself, as these good
folks are great gossips when approached by snoops.
Never tell neighbors where or for whom you work. Give them false
information on this subject. If you are paid by check, DON'T deposit
the paycheck in any account with your name on it. The best idea is to
go to the bank on which it is drawn and cash it there. If you make
a regular practice of this, avoid becoming familiar with any tellers
or other bank personnel. Vary the times and days for visiting the bank.
Visit different branches of the bank, too.
Another check cashing tip: avoid getting it cashed at your favorite
bar or tavern. FBI agents probably spend at least a third of their
working hours hanging around such places, as they seem to attract the
kinds of people they are looking for. Anytime there is a bank robbery,
the *first* places the FBI check out are all the bars within the immediate
vicinity of the robbery. Don't laugh. It's true because it works.
Be wary of answering "personal" ads in newspapers, as well as job
offers too neatly tailored to the type of work you did before disappearing.
If the ad calls for replying to a box number at the newspaper, disregard
totally: it's very likely to be a trap. Reply only to ads that can
guarantee not having to give yourself away, such as offers for appointments
at known companies. If phone numbers are provided in the ad, call only
from a pay phone. There's always a possibility you might be calling
directly to a bill collector or private investigator who will give
you enough patter to smoke you out.
For some really unique ways to find employment, Eden Press distributes
"HOW TO STEAL A JOB", literally every dishonest way there is to gain
honest employment. With the techniques in this book, YOU can call all
the shots. Well worth reading even for those who already have a job,
too. Someone could be gunning you. This book will open your eyes.
On the job, avoid giving background information to fellow workers.
If you're planning to stay on the job only for a short while, however, make
an effort to plant false and misleading information in the minds of the
other workers, such as your favorite pastimes, places you'd like to travel
to or live someday, and your plans for the future. Insulate your private
self by keeping your personal interests and ideas to yourself alone.
Share the spurious with the curious.
Don't subscribe to any local newspapers delivered by carriers.
Buy what you need at a newsrack. These cute kids have sometimes been
"helpful" sources of information about people's habits at home.
Don't be obvious in your living habits. Turn lights off at a decent
hour, keep stereo music from annoying neighbors, don't place empty
pony kegs on the front porch, and don't have pets that stray or annoy.
Don't do major engine overhauls in the driveway, either.
Be very careful about who comes to see you at your residence.
Avoid anything unusual which might spark the interest of neighbors.
If what you do or the people with whom you must deal are "interesting",
it might be best to arrange get-togethers elsewhere. Keep your nest
clean--good "criminal" advice.
Avoid using banks except for actually cashing checks given you by
other people. Try to conduct your affairs with cash and money orders.
When using the latter, never write your name on the face or the line
marked "Payer". Use fake names, account numbers, or business names.
For most purposes money orders can be considered "untraceable",
since the issuing institutions (American Express, banks, US Post Office)
file the paid orders *by number only*, not by other criteria which might
tend to give you away. People and businesses to whom you might remit
money orders virtually never record this number, either. They are
usually happy to be paid by money order and will consider it the same
as cash. Individuals wanting to hide income and/or otherwise disguise
their financial dealings find money orders most useful in shortchanging
the bandits at IRS, too.
Undertakers are another source like ministers, in that they are
good talkers. If you have to deal with one, be on your guard with what
you tell him. If you are called on to provide information for a death
certificate, give him only the data he actually needs. It should be
easy to appear too grief-stricken to want to chat...
Whenever you need the services of a physician, dentist, hospital, etc.,
make it standard practice to use an alias and an address other than where
you live. Pay in cash. Recite--don't display--your "driver's licence"
number and Social Security Number, making sure that they are totally fake.
Other data requested, such as employer, birthdate, etc., should be
misleading. Ignore the "warning" at the top of some hospital forms
that federal law requires honest information. We've never heard of
anyone getting busted for such a "crime" who also paid his bill. Fraud
is fraud, but identity is your business. Medical records are very
definitely NOT confidential. How else would life and health insurance
companies be able to decide so imperiously who "deserves" their coverage,
and at what rates...? For most people, medical insurance itself is a
fraud.
Don't have milk or other items delivered to you on a regular schedule.
The fewer people seen calling at you residence, the safer. Neighbors
will often notice home deliveries, which can prove to be fertile leads
for future snoops.
Avoid membership in political groups or other civic organizations.
As a rule these groups are filled with super sneaky, nosey individuals
more willing than not to stab someone in the back if it suits their
selfish purposes. Total snakes.
Arrange to have your mail sent to a 24-hour Post Office box, to a
mail drop, or a mail forwarding service. This way the only mail to be
left at your residence will be the "Occupant" variety. Make it a rule
NEVER to sign for certified or registered mail. Tell the carrier that
you are not the person named on the receipt, or that so-and-so moved
months ago. Where? Austria..... or was it Australia?
Avoid having arguments or run-ins with neighbors. An old, unresolved
grudge might be just the spark that sends an investigator to your
new location. "Getting even" is a passion few people can resist.
If a snoop is trying to trace you by telephone he may invite you to
call him person-to-person collect. *DON'T DO IT.* Ignore the request,
no matter what the excuse is. You might be tempted with some pie-in-
the-sky lie, but what he's really after is your *location*. If you don't
give yourself away in the conversation, he will simply call the operator
back for time and charges, and while she's at it, the location of
the telephone originating the call. She will be only too happy to help.
If you have to live in a motel, hotel, or nosey apartment complex,
always make it a point to be ordinaty and outwardly polite to any
employees on the premises. Give them no reason to remember you other
than as a normal person. Freaky behavior is easily noticed and
remembered by telephone operators, janitors, maids, superintendents,
house detectives, and bell boys. Tips make them TALK, too.
It's safest not to take in roomers or boarders, even though they can
help with expenses and provide companionship. The fact is, they
can get "too close" to you by picking up all kinds of information
tidbits which could come back to haunt you should certain kinds of
third parties start pumping them. Even though you might feel you
could trust them, it's very easy for a friend to give you away...
innocently.
In changing to a new identity within the same general area, make it
your policy to patronize none of the commercial establishments you
did before your name change. This would include service-oriented
businesses, too, such as shoe repairs, TV repairs, photographers,
cleaners, poodle parlors and massage parlors. If you or a member
of your family had been assisted by such charity organizations as the
March of Dimes or Community Chest, make sure that future aid is obtained
from some other organization.
If you need to have prescriptions filled often, do two things:
1) Have them filled by different pharmacies; don't patronize the same
one repeatedly, and, 2) Never give the pharmacist your correct address
and/or telephone number. If you are in need of continuing prescription,
such as for certain heart conditions or diabetes, consider having it
filled by mail from one of the large interstate mail-order pharmacies.
These outfits usually offer greatly reduced prices as well, as they
are willing to deal in generics, as opposed to strictly name-brand
drugs. Check 'em out.
Try to avoid all contact with law enforcement people. They are
like sponges whenever they deal with the public: they take in endless
quantities of information whether you are the victim or the perpetrator.
When approached by investigators and spies, they just love to spill out
all they know, and sometimes get in on the act themselves. Avoid trouble
and avoid cops.
Credit bureaus and department stores will have credit files on you
if you've used them in the past. It would be safest to avoid using credit
in the future, but if you need to get plugged back in the credit scene, it
would be advisable first to read our own book, "CREDIT", to
see how credit can be set up from scratch under new identity. This useful
book has the kind of inside information one needs to make the credit-
granting system perform to his special situation.
If you follow our suggestions regarding delivery of your mail, you
will naturally never accept any Registered or Certified mail at your
address. Since the carrier will never know your identity by leaving
only mail addressed "Occupant", you can safely tell him who you are
not whoever is named on the piece of mail he is trying to deliver. Don't
be rude or arrouse suspicion; simply help him do his job by telling him
there is no such person at your address. If he asks who *you* are, he's
out of line. He will return the letter marked "Unable to Deliver at this
Address", or "Unknown at this Address", or something else to the same
effect.
Sometimes snoops will address mail to a fictitious person "care of"
your last known name and address in the hopes it will be forwarded
(somehow), and that you will have the stupidity to return it to them
with your new address (provided by you). Any suspicious or unfamiliar
mail with your new address should simply be marked "Unknown", "Return to
Sender", etc., and deposited in a public mail box for return.
If the letter doesn't come back to the sender because you kept it
or chucked it, he may well try again with something more enticing, or
even pay a personal visit. Tracing by mail is the cheapest route for
snoopers, so be on the lookout for any mail you're not expecting or
seems the slightest bit suspicious. This will be the opening salvo
in any investigation to determine your whereabouts. *Watch your mail!*
Providing any information other that return instructions per above
can invite disaster, too. Putting on a fake forwarding address, or even
a "General Delivery" notice, will tell the sender, when the letter is
returned, that *someone* at the address on the letter knows more than he
does. The "Registered Letter", physical surveillance, or a personal
visit will be his next move. You can count on it.
Be especially watchful for any letters with an "Attorney's" return
address. They deserve no more respect than any other letter. If you're
not expecting correspondence from your own attorney, it's very likely a
fake name used by an investigator. This gambit is many times used on
third parties (close relatives of yours) in the hopes they know where
you really are and that they have the "courtesy" to forward the letter
to you. This is a good reason for you NOT to tell relatives where you
can be reached. If they don't know, they can't tell.
If you can trust a particular person to forward items to your P.O.
box or mail forwarding service, at least instruct them to place the
letter in another (cover) envelope so that no forwarding instructions are
on the face of the original envelope. You can decide what to do with
the mail when you get it. If you want it returned, do NOT drop it in a
box in your area--the stamp of the main post office near you will likely
be on the envelope, much to the glee of the sender. Either send it back
to your friend in still another envelope for him to remail locally, or
use a mail forwarding service in a distant city to remail per your
instructions. Again, *BE CAREFUL WITH YOUR MAIL*. Knowing how to deal
with your mail is vital to disappearing. Think first before acting!!
Avoid drawing attention to yourself. Don't exhibit "socially unacceptable"
behavior PUBLICLY. Cops are programmed to bust anyone who appears
"suspicious" (different from them). Jails, psycho wards, and prisons
aren't exactly "free"....
Your appearance, possessions and actions should always justify your
presence on a legitimate (conventional) basis. This is the best
way to avoid suspicion.
If you are stopped and questioned, always be able to give a reasonable
explanation of why you where there, where you are from, and where you
are going. Smile and be "helpful".
A sullen or hostile attitude triggers the cops for a bust--your bust.
So go ahead and "Kill the Pigs"--with kindness. You'll win by keeping
your freedom, dig?
Even perfectly legal behavior can arouse suspicion. Avoid such
things as solitary walks late at night, or wearing clothing inappropriate
for the weather. Store detectives love to follow shoppers wearing
oversized clothing, too. The police find it easy, even entertaining, to
pin stray raps on such "suspicious" characters. Days and weeks can go
by before they decide they've made a "mistake". Really!!
Examine your daily habits and eliminate any which might possibly be
regarded as "peculiar", especially if performed publicly.
Live in a large city where you can have the protection of anonymity.
Avoid small towns where the only sport is gossip--about you.
Your business should be no one else's.
Appear to be lower-middle class in your standard of living. Don't
attract the attention given the very poor or the obviously well-off.
Rent a house or apartment that appears "respectable", but no more
plush than the average cop can afford.
If you like to live it up, do it somewhere other than around where you
live and work. Try Las Vegas, New York, Jamaica, Tokyo, Fiji....
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STEAL THIS BOOK
By Abbie Hoffman
Dedicated to Jerry Lefcourt, Lawyer and Brother
Library of Congress number 72-157115 (stolen from Library of Congress)
copyright ©1971 PIRATE EDITIONS
TABLE OF DISCONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
AIDING AND ABETTING
SURVIVE!
1. FREE FOOD
Restaurants
Food Programs
Supermarkets
Wholesale Markets
Food Conspiracies
Cheap Chow
2. FREE CLOTHING AND FURNITURE
Free Clothing
Sandals
Free Furniture
3. FREE TRANSPORTATION
Hitch-Hiking
Freighting
Cars
Buses
Airlines
In City Travel
4. FREE LAND
5. FREE HOUSING
Communes
Urban Living
Rural Living
List of Communes
6. FREE EDUCATION
List of Free Universities
7. FREE MEDICAL CARE
Birth Control Clinics
Abortions
Diseases Treated Free
8. FREE COMMUNICATION
Press Conference
Wall Painting
Use of the Flag
Radio
Free Telephones
Pay Phones
9. FREE PLAY
Movies and Concerts
Records and Books
10. FREE MONEY
Welfare
Unemployment
Panhandling
Rip-Offs
The International Yippie Currency Exchange
11. FREE DOPE
Buying, Selling and Giving It Away
Growing Your Own
12. ASSORTED FREEBIES
Laundry
Pets
Posters
Security
Postage
Maps
Ministry
Attrocities
Veteran's Benefits
Watch
Vacations
Drinks
Burials
Astrodome Pictures
Diploma
Toilets
FIGHT!
1. TELL IT ALL, BROTHERS AND SISTERS
Starting a Printing Workshop
Underground Newspapers
High School Papers
G.I. Papers
News Services
The Underground Press
Switchboards
2. GUERRILLA BROADCASTING
Guerrilla Radio
Guerrilla Television
3. DEMONSTRATIONS
Dress
Helmets
Gas Masks
Walkie-Talkies
Other Equipment
4. TRASHING
Weapons for Street Fighting
Knife Fighting
Unarmed Defense
General Strategy Rep
5. PEOPLE'S CHEMISTRY
Stink Bomb
Smoke Bomb
CBW
Molotov Cocktail
Sterno Bomb
Aerosol Bomb
Pipe Bombs
General Bomb Strategy
6. FIRST AID FOR STREET FIGHTERS
What to Do
Medical Committees
7. HIP-POCKET LAW
Legal Advice
Lawyer's Group
Join the Army of Your Choice
Canada, Sweden & Political Asylum
8. STEAL NOW, PAY NEVER
Shoplifting
Techniques
On the Job
Credit Cards
9. MONKEY WELFARE
10. PIECE NOW
Handguns
Rifles
Shotguns
Other Weapons
Training
Gun Laws
11. THE UNDERGROUND
Identification Papers
Communication
LIBERATE!
1. FUCK NEW YORK
2. FUCK CHICAGO
3. FUCK LOS ANGELES
4. FUCK SAN FRANCISCO
INTRODUCTION
It's perhaps fitting that I write this introduction in jail- that graduate school of survival.
Here you learn how to use toothpaste as glue, fashion a shiv out of a spoon and build
intricate communication networks. Here too, you learn the only rehabilitation
possible-hatred of oppression.
Steal This Book is, in a way, a manual of survival in the prison that is Amerika. It preaches
jailbreak. It shows you where exactly how to place the dynamite that will destroy the walls.
The first section-SURVIVE!-lays out a potential action program for our new Nation. The
chapter headings spell out the demands for a free society. A community where the
technology produces goods and services for whoever needs them, come who may. It calls
on the Robin Hoods of Santa Barbara Forest to steal from the robber barons who own the
castles of capitalism. It implies that the reader already is "ideologically set," in that he
understands corporate feudalism as the only robbery worthy of being called "crime," for it
is committed against the people as a whole. Whether the ways it describes to rip-off shit
are legal or illegal is irrelevant. The dictionary of law is written by the bosses of order. Our
moral dictionary says no heisting from each other. To steal from a brother or sister is evil.
To not steal from the institutions that are the pillars of the Pig Empire is equally immoral.
Community within our Nation, chaos in theirs; that is the message of SURVIVE!
We cannot survive without learning to fight and that is the lesson in the second section.
FIGHT! separates revolutionaries from outlaws. The purpose of part two is not to fuck the
system, but destroy it. The weapons are carefully chosen. They are "home-made," in that
they are designed for use in our unique electronic jungle. Here the uptown reviewer will find
ample proof of our "violent" nature. But again, the dictionary of law fails us. Murder in a
uniform is heroic, in a costume it is a crime. False advertisements win awards, forgers end
up in jail. Inflated prices guarantee large profits while shoplifters are punished. Politicians
conspire to create police riots and the victims are convicted in the courts. Students are
gunned down and then indicted by suburban grand juries as the trouble-makers. A modern,
highly mechanized army travels 9,000 miles to commit genocide against a small nation of
great vision and then accuses its people of aggression. Slumlords allow rats to maim
children and then complain of violence in the streets. Everything is topsy-turvy. If we
internalize the language and imagery of the pigs, we will forever be fucked. Let me illustrate
the point. Amerika was built on the slaughter of a people. That is its history. For years we
watched movie after movie that demonstrated the white man's benevolence. Jimmy
Stewart, the epitome of fairness, puts his arm around Cochise and tells how the Indians and
the whites can live in peace if only both sides will be reasonable, responsible and rational
(the three R's imperialists always teach the "natives"). "You will find good grazing land on
the other side of the mountain," drawls the public relations man. "Take your people and go
in peace." Cochise as well as millions of youngsters in the balcony of learning, were being
dealt off the bottom of the deck. The Indians should have offed Jimmy Stewart in every
picture and we should have cheered ourselves hoarse. Until we understand the nature of
institutional violence and how it manipulates values and mores to maintain the power of the
few, we will forever be imprisoned in the caves of ignorance. When we conclude that bank
robbers rather than bankers should be the trustees of the universities, then we begin to
think clearly. When we see the Army Mathematics Research and Development Center and
the Bank of Amerika as cesspools of violence, filling the minds of our young with hatred,
turning one against another, then we begin to think revolutionary.
Be clever using section two; clever as a snake. Dig the spirit of the struggle. Don't get hung
up on a sacrifice trip. Revolution is not about suicide, it is about life. With your fingers
probe the holiness of your body and see that it was meant to live. Your body is just one in a
mass of cuddly humanity. Become an internationalist and learn to respect all life. Make war
on machines, and in particular the sterile machines of corporate death and the robots that
guard them. The duty of a revolutionary is to make love and that means staying alive and
free. That doesn't allow for cop-outs. Smoking dope and hanging up Che's picture is no
more a commitment than drinking milk and collecting postage stamps. A revolution in
consciousness is an empty high without a revolution in the distribution of power. We are not
interested in the greening of Amerika except for the grass that will cover its grave.
Section three - LIBERATE! - concerns itself with efforts to free stuff (or at least make it
cheap) in four cities. Sort of a quick U.S. on no dollars a day. It begins to scratch the
potential for a national effort in this area. Since we are a nation of gypsies, dope on how to
move around and dig in anywhere is always needed. Together we can expand this section. It
is far from complete, as is the entire project. Incomplete chapters on how to identify police
agents, steal a car, run day-care centers, conduct your own trial, organize a G.I. coffee
house, start a rock and roll band and make neat clothes, are scattered all over the floor of
the cell. The book as it now stands was completed in the late summer of 1970. For three
months manuscripts made the rounds of every major publisher. In all, over 30 rejections
occurred before the decision to publish the book ourselves was made, or rather made for
us. Perhaps no other book in modern times presented such a dilemma. Everyone agreed
the book would be a commercial success. But even greed had its limits, and the IRS and
FBI following the manuscript with their little jive rap had a telling effect. Thirty "yeses"
become thirty "noes" after "thinking it over." Liberals, who supposedly led the fight against
censorship, talked of how the book "will end free speech."
Finally the day we were bringing the proofs to the printer, Grove consented to act as
distributor. To pull a total solo trip, including distribution, would have been neat, but such
an effort would be doomed from the start. We had tried it before and blew it. In fact, if
anyone is interested in 4,000 1969 Yippie calendars, they've got a deal. Even with a
distributor joining the fight, the battle will only begin when the books come off the press.
There is a saying that "Freedom of the press belongs to those who own one." In past eras,
this was probably the case, but now, high speed methods of typesetting, offset printing and
a host of other developments have made substantial reductions in printing costs. Literally
anyone is free to print their own works. In even the most repressive society imaginable, you
can get away with some form of private publishing. Because Amerika allows this, does not
make it the democracy Jefferson envisioned. Repressive tolerance is a real phenomenon. To
talk of true freedom of the press, we must talk of the availability of the channels of
communication that are designed to reach the entire population, or at least that segment
of the population that might participate in such a dialogue. Freedom of the press belongs
to those that own the distribution system. Perhaps that has always been the case, but in a
mass society where nearly everyone is instantaneously plugged into a variety of national
communications systems, wide-spread dissemination of the information is the crux of the
matter. To make the claim that the right to print your own book means freedom of the
press is to completely misunderstand the nature of a mass society. It is like making the
claim that anyone with a pushcart can challenge Safeway supermarkets, or that any child
can grow up to be president.
State legislators, librarians, PTA members, FBI agents, church-goers, and parents: a
veritable legion of decency and order already is on the march. To get the book to you might
be the biggest challenge we face. The next few months should prove really exciting.
Obviously such a project as Steal This Book could not have been carried out alone. Izak
Haber shared the vision from the beginning. He did months of valuable research and
contributed many of the survival techniques. Carole Ramer and Gus Reichbach of the New
York Law Commune guided the book through its many stages. Anna Kaufman Moon did
almost all the photographs. The cartoonists who have made contributions include Ski
Williamson and Gilbert Sheldon. Tom Forcade, of the UPS, patiently did the editing. Bert
Cohen of Concert Hall did the book's graphic design. Amber and John Wilcox set the type.
Anita Hoffman and Lynn Borman helped me rewrite a number of sections. There are others
who participated in the testing of many of the techniques demonstrated in the following
pages and for obvious reasons have to remain anonymous. There were perhaps over 50
brothers and sisters who played particularly vital roles in the grand conspiracy. Some of
the many others are listed on the following page. We hope to keep the information up to
date. If you have comments, law suits, suggestions or death threats, please send them to:
Dear Abbie P.0. Box 213, Cooper Station, New York, NY 10003. Many of the tips might not
work in your area, some might be obsolete by the time you get to try them out, and many
addresses and phone numbers might be changed. If the reader becomes a participating
researcher then we will have achieved our purpose.
Watch for a special edition called Steal This White House, complete with blueprints of
underground passages, methods of jamming the communications network and a detailed
map of the celebrated room where according to Tricia Nixon, "Daddy loves to listen to
Mantovanni records, turn up the air conditioner full blast, sit by the fireplace, gaze out the
window to the Washington Monument and meditate on those difficult problems that face all
the peoples of this world."
December, 1970
Cook County Jail
Chicago
"FREE SPEECH IS THE RIGHT TO SHOUT
'THEATER' IN A CROWDED FIRE."
- A YIPPIE PROVERB
AIDING AND ABETTING
Tim Leary, Tom, Geronimo, Pearl Paperhanger, Sonny, Pat Solomon, Allan Katzman, Jacob
Kohn, Nguyen Van Troi, Susan, Marty, Andy, Ami, Marshall Bloom, Viva, Ben, Oanh, Robin
Palmer, Mom and Dad, Janie Fonda, Jerry, Denis, LNS, Bernadine Dohrn, a wall in Harvard
Square, Nancy, an anonymous stewardess, Shirley Wonderful, Roz, Gumbo, Janis, Jimi,
Dylan Liberation Front, Jeannie, God Slick, John, David, Rusty, Barney, Richard, Denny, Ron
Cobb, the entire Viet Cong, Sam Shephard, Ma Bell, Eric, David, Joe, Kim Agnew, the
Partridge Family, Carol, Alan Ginsburg, Woman's Lib, Julius Lester, Lenny Bruce, Hack,
Billy, Paul, Willy, Colleen, Sid, Johnny Appleseed, the Rat, Craig, Che, Willie Sutton, Wanda,
EVO, Jeff, Crazy Horse, Huey, Casey, Bobby, Alice, Mao, Rip, Ed, Bob, Gay Liberation Front,
WPAX, Frank Dudock, Manny, Mungo, Lottie, Rosemary, Marshall, Rennie, Judy, Jennifer,
Mr. Martin, Keith, Madame Binh, Mike, Eleanor, Dr. Spock, Afeni, Candice, the Tupamaros,
Berkeley Tribe, Gilbert Sheldon, Stanley Kubrick, Sam, Anna, Skip Williamson, UPS, Andy
Stapp, the Yippies, Richard Brautigan, Jano, Carlos Marighella, the Weathermen, Julius
Jennings Hoffman, Quentin, the inmates of TIER A-l Cook County Jail, Houdini, 37, Rosa
Luxemberg, the Kent 25, the Chicago 15, the New York 21, the Motor City 3, the
Indianapolis 500, Jack, Joan, Malcolm X, Mayakovsky, Dotson, R. Crumb, Daniel Clyne,
Justin, The FBI Top 10 (now 16), Unis, Dana, Jim Morrison, Brian, John, Gus, Ruth, Nancy
Unger, Pun, Jomo, Peter, Mark Rudd, Billy Kunstler, Genie, Ken, the Law Commune, Paula,
Robby, Terry, Dianna, Angela, Ted, Phil, Jefferson Airplane, Len, Tricky Prickers, the
Berrigans, Stu, Rayanne, J.B., Jonathan Jackson, the Armstrong Brothers, Homer, Sharon,
Fred Hampton, Jean Jacques Lebel, A. H. Maslow, Hanoi Rose, Sylvia, Fellini, Amaru, Ann
Fettamen, Artaud, Bert, Merrill, Lynne, and last but not least to Spiro what's his name who
provided the incentive.
SURVIVE!
FREE FOOD
RESTAURANTS
In a country such as Amerika, there is bound to be a hell-of-a-lot food lying around just
waiting to be ripped off. If you want to live high off the hog without having to do the dishes,
restaurants are easy pickings. In general, many of these targets are easier marks if you are
wearing the correct uniform. You should always have one suit or fashionable dress outfit
hanging in the closet for the proper heists. Specialized uniforms, such as nun and priest
garb, can be most helpful. Check out your local uniform store for a wide range of clothes
that will get you in, and especially out, of all kinds of stores. Every movement organization
should have a prop and costume department.
In every major city there are usually bars that cater to the New Generation type riff-raff,
trying to hustle their way up the escalator of Big Business. Many of these bars have a buffet
or hors-d'oeuvres served free as a come-on to drink more mindless booze. Take a
half-empty glass from a table and use it as a prop to ward off the anxious waitress. Walk
around sampling the free food until you've had enough. Often, there are five or six such bars
in close proximity, so moving around can produce a delightful "street smorgasbord." Dinner
usually begins at 5:00 PM.
If you are really hungry, you can go into a self-service cafeteria and finish the meal of
someone who left a lot on the plate. Self-service restaurants are usually good places to cop
things like mustard, ketchup, salt, sugar, toilet paper, silverware and cups for home use.
Bring an empty school bag and load up after you've cased the joint. Also, if you can
stomach the food, you can use slugs at the automat. Finishing leftovers can be worked in
even the fanciest of restaurants. When you are seated at a place where the dishes still
remain, chow-down real quick. Then after the waitress hands you the menu, say you have to
meet someone outside first, and leave.
There are still some places where you can get all you can eat for a fixed price. The best of
these places are in Las Vegas. Sew a plastic bag onto your tee-shirt or belt and wear a
loose-fitting jacket or coat to cover any noticeable bulge. Fried chicken is the best and the
easiest to pocket, or should we say bag. Another trick is to pour your second free cup of
hot coffee into the plastic bag sewed inside your pocket and take it with you.
At large take-out stands you can say you or your brother just picked up an order of fifteen
hamburgers or a bucket of chicken, and got shorted. We have never seen or heard of
anybody getting turned down using this method. If you want to get into a grand food heist
from take-out stands, you can work the following nervy bit: from a pay phone, place an
order from a large delivery restaurant. Have the order sent to a nearby apartment house.
Wait a few minutes in the booth after you've hung up, as they sometimes call back to
confirm the order. When the delivery man goes into the apartment house to deliver the
order, you can swipe the remaining orders that are still in his truck.
In fancy sit-down restaurants, you can order a large meal and halfway through the main
course, take a little dead cockroach or a piece of glass out of your pocket and place it
deftly on the plate. Jump up astonished and summon the headwaiter. "Never have I been so
insulted. I could have been poisoned" you scream slapping down the napkin. You can refuse
to pay and leave, or let the waiter talk you into having a brand new meal on the house for
this terrible inconvenience.
In restaurants where you pay at the door just before leaving, there are a number of
free-loading tricks that can be utilized. After you've eaten a full meal and gotten the check,
go into the restroom. When you come out go to the counter or another section of the
restaurant and order coffee and pie. Now you have two bills. Simply pay the cheaper one
when you leave the place. This can be worked with a friend in the following way. Sit next to
each other at the counter. He should order a big meal and you a cup of coffee. Pretend you
don't know each other. When he leaves, he takes your check and leaves the one for the large
meal on the counter. After he has paid the cashier and left the restaurant, you pick up the
large check, and then go into the astonishment routine, complaining that somebody took
the wrong check. You end up only paying for your coffee. Later, meet your partner and
reverse the roles in another place.
In all these methods, you should leave a good tip for the waiter or waitress, especially with
the roach-in-the-plate gambit. You should try to avoid getting the employees in trouble or
screwing them out of a tip.
One fantastic method of not only getting free food but getting the best available is the
following technique that can be used in metropolitan areas. Look in a large magazine shop
for gourmet digests and tourist manuals. Swipe one or two and copy down a good name
from the masthead inside the cover. Making up a name can also work. Next invest $5.00 to
print business cards with the name of the magazine and the new "associate editor." Call or
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55 Ways to Have
Fun With Google
A cabinet of search
engine curiosities,
riddles, games, and a
little bit of usefulness
You can order the book at
www.55fun.com
Philipp Lenssen
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55 Ways to Have fun With Google by Philipp Lenssen.
First edition 2006.
Released under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 License
(see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/ for more).
You are free:
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holder.
Your fair use and other rights are in no way affected by the above.
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On a spring day you can find your way
to a little flower garden where the Googleheads play
You know they’re there by the clothes they wear
And their Googlehead faces and their Googlehead hair.
‘Cause they’re the Googleheads
They shake their doodleheads
They’re the goo-ga-goo-ga-goo-gah Googleheads.
– Laurie Berkner
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Contents
Introduction .....................................................................................8
1. Egogoogling: Susan Is…..............................................................9
2. The Google Snake Game............................................................ 15
3. Memecodes: Survival of the Fittest Web Pages ......................... 16
4. The Google Irritation Game, and the Google Image Quiz........ 19
5. Googling Proverbs......................................................................20
6. Browsing Images of a Site..........................................................24
7. A Brief History of Googlesport...................................................25
8. What is Google, and what do people consider fun about it?......32
9. How Much Time Google Saves Us ............................................37
10. Google Cookin’ a Lemon Chicken............................................40
11. Douglas Adams and the Google Calculator.............................. 41
12. Oops, I Googled Again .............................................................42
13. The Disappearing Google Logo, a Magic Trick ......................45
14. Fun With Google Maps, the Wiki Way .....................................46
15. Dave Gorman’s Googlewhack .................................................. 51
16. Google Q&A .............................................................................54
17. Celebrate Google Non-Weddings, and More ...........................56
18. Design Your SketchUp Dream House .....................................58
19. Kevin Bacon and the Google Network .....................................59
20. The Google Alphabet................................................................62
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21. Google Search Tips...................................................................63
22. Googlepark ...............................................................................66
23. Googleshare ..............................................................................76
24. The Shortest Google Search (and the One Returning the Most
Results) ....................................................................................79
25. Google Rotated and Mini Google.............................................80
26. The Google Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Google? .82
27. Recreate Google From Memory ...............................................86
28. The Strange World of Google News......................................... 91
29. Aliens Attack Google! ............................................................. 100
30. Top Ten Signs You Are Addicted to Google.......................... 102
31. Dig a Hole Through Earth ..................................................... 103
32. Googlebombing...................................................................... 105
33. Google Ads Gone Wrong ........................................................ 109
34. Life in the Age of Google.........................................................114
35. Google Hacking.......................................................................118
36. Googlepolls: Ask the Crowd ....................................................121
37. Googlefights.............................................................................131
38. What If Google Was Evil? Plus: Five Inventions of the Google
Future..................................................................................... 133
39. The Google Adventure Game................................................. 150
40. Egobot, Voice of the Web........................................................151
41. Fun Google Gadgets ............................................................... 154
42. Forty-Two, or: A Science-Fiction Interlude ........................... 160
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43. The Google Book of World Records....................................... 175
44. Spelling Errors Galore ............................................................ 180
45. Google Groups, Time Machine.............................................. 182
46. Growing a Google Word ......................................................... 188
47. Most Popular Words, and PopSents....................................... 190
48. Create Google Poetry, Prose, and Collages ............................ 195
49. Funny Google Videos ............................................................. 203
50. The Realplayer Fish, or: Telling a Story in Synonyms ........... 207
51. Google Parodies...................................................................... 210
52. The Google Images Prediction Trick..................................... 217
53. Fun With Google Translations ............................................... 218
54. The Giant Google Painting..................................................... 219
55. Googledromes......................................................................... 224
Acknowledgments........................................................................ 225
Glossary........................................................................................ 226
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Introduction
This book, in a way, is born out of my daily weblog “Google
Blogoscoped” (blog.outer-court.com) and those who read it. Since 2003
I’ve been writing there covering all things Google – not just the fun
stuff, but news, discussion, interviews, tutorials, and everything beyond
with a relation to search engines. Thanks to those reading along and
providing pointers or feedback, I’ve been able to discover more
interesting pages and get to know more interesting people around the
world than ever before.
When I think of Google, first and foremost I think of its role to
discover knowledge, people, and people’s thoughts. Search engines are
truly one of the first emergents of a global brain, and in good tradition
of Gutenberg’s inventions in the technology of printing, of the
invention of the internet, and later the invention of the World Wide
Web. All those bring us closer together by speeding up the rhythm in
which we communicate.
So there we have it, for the first time in history: search, the key to
instant knowledge. And what do we do with it? Silly things. OK, not
exclusively. But silliness is a part of it. People googlewhack,
googlebomb, or egogoogle. People create parodies of Google. They
create search engine contests. Magic tricks, riddles and art based on
Google. They have a lot of fun with Google, and get together to play
games on top of Google services. Even Google Inc themselves send
out April Fool’s jokes every year, and celebration logos many times a
year. Oh, humanity!
But behind many of the playful creations surrounding that giant
Google toy, there are serious lessons to be learned. Of the 55 ways to
have fun with Google presented here, some ways indeed teach us
something; about life, Google, and how to become a better searcher.
And the rest of the ways? Well, seriously, they’re really just there to
have fun. And I hope you enjoy!
1. Egogoogling: Susan Is…
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1. Egogoogling: Susan Is…
Have you ever searched for your own name on Google, curious what
the world has to say about you? Almost everyone of us did, one time
or another. In fact, you should – maybe others search for you all the
same, and you want to know what they will find.
The act of searching for yourself is also known as “egogoogling.”
Here’s a variant of it which can be a fun game. Enter your first name
followed by the word “is” into Google, and put the search in quotes.
For example, if your name is Susan, the search would look like this:
“susan is”
Now in the search result snippets, you will learn a lot of things about
you that you didn’t even know! For the name “Susan,” we get the
following:
Susan is an amazing person to work with!
Susan is an ethical woman and is refusing to cooperate
Susan is a very attractive young lady (with a boyfriend) who for
some reason is always late.
Susan is a top Florida residential real estate agent.
Susan is a top producer specializing in the ski resort town of
Breckenridge, as well as the surrounding area.
Not only can you apply this approach to find out more about yourself
(or just have a good laugh, actually, as the results are likely to be about
another person), you can also use this to find out about celebrities. To
do so, enter the full celebrity name followed by the word “is” into
Google, and put it in quotes again:
“arnold schwarzenegger is”
For action movie star Arnie, we get these results:
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a very talented man who would
make an excellent governor.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is falling into a similar spiral.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is looking out for voters’ best
interests.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is a man more familiar with the red
carpets of a movie premiere than a white collar business seminar.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is terrifying as the “killer cyborg” who
“looks like Death rendered in steel.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger is The Terminator (T-800).
Arnold Schwarzenegger is quickly discovering that life in
politics doesn’t always produce the happy endings so common in
many of his Hollywood blockbusters.
Note that you can use “stars in,” “was born in” and similar glue words
instead of “is” to find out almost anything about a celebrity. You can
even expand the idea to include things, not people… try searching for
“Nikon cameras are” and similar queries.
If you don’t have Google near you, here are some popular male and
female names with their “egogoogled” results.
Male Names
Aaron is a monotonic anchor.
Adam is a deeply disturbing and depressing film.
Alan is AI’s pattern-matching chatbot.
Albert is so cute!
Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland.
Anthony is probably the best male vocal out there.
Arthur is kind of in a category by itself.
Brandon is for the birds.
Brian is embarrassed that he needs the extra help in school.
Carl is just sitting there in Nashville!
Charles is also a coach of AYSO youth soccer, an officer in the PTA of the
local elementary school.
Christopher is of mixed heritage (Asian-American).
Daniel is a natural talent .
David is not allowed computer access.
Dennis is one of Britain’s best known entrepreneurs.
Donald is rarely easy to understand, and people have supposedly heard him say
all sorts of risque things. Donald is a Professor in the Department of
Psychology.
Douglas is “King of California.”
Edward is a biological human (not a robot).
Edward is coming BACK to television.
Eric is featured on guitar and mandolin on the songs Viargra and Gypsy
woman.
Frank is hilariously funny on what makes us red-staters different from bluestaters
(not).
Fred is leading the Franklin Templeton Shootout after 2 rounds!
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Gary is the editor and compiler of ResourceShelf.
George is, quite simply, the worst helpdesk technician ever.
Gerald is frightened and doesn’t understand why the woman wants to assist
him.
Gregory is recognized as one of the very foremost orators.
Harold is an original.
Henry is currently in jail.
Jack is looking for a house with about half an acre of land to buy in California.
James is as forthright as an Old Testament prophet.
Jason is who the JASON Project is named after.
Jeffrey is helping to clear up this cosmic murkiness.
Jeremy is a conscientious worker who can usually be relied upon.
Jerry is a master at understanding your goals for the photograph and then
creating the perfect lighting.
Joe is “LIVE” daily.
John is succeeding marvelously in journalism’s highest calling: to encourage
people .
Jonathan is writing a magical fable of his grandfather’s village in Ukraine.
Joseph is the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director.
Joshua is home now.
Juan is similar to the one at the top of this page.
Justin is practicing walking on his hands.
Keith is a true character who comes across as being very sincere.
Kenneth is a strong advocate for community building and social change.
Kevin is creative director and co-founder at Lightroom.
Larry is also a political planner.
Lawrence is a New York Real Estate Broker specializing in Putnam.
Mark is coauthor of Inside Windows 2000, Third Edition (Microsoft Press).
Matthew is believed to have used Mark and the theoretical source.
Michael is abandoning the music business to release his songs online for free
instead.
Patrick is one of the nation’s best young auto racers.
Paul is backwards in line and taller than everyone else, again.
Peter is a consultant with a distinguished academic track record.
Ralph is not beyond fishing around for a philosophical explanation.
Raymond is an observer-participant anthropologist in the Internet
Richard is often accused of being overly concerned with himself.
Robert is an elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA)
Roger is approached by a gangling, spotty computer scientist.
Ronald is known in more than 100 countries wherever you find McDonald’s
restaurants.
Ryan is clearly good at her job.
Samuel is irresistible.
Scott is arguably the most well-known and influential unknown composer.
Shawn is now 26 years old, lives in San Diego, enjoys snowboarding, taking
trips to Lake.
Stephen is working with Marvel to produce a series of comic books.
Steve is a DJ in Boston.
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Steven is writing the same song over and over.
Terry is back with his new group, The Society for Truth and Justice.
Thomas is still searching
Timothy is an accomplished juggler.
Walter is now 79 years of age and in excellent health.
William is truly “fit for a king.”
Female Names
Alice is an AIML engine written in C++.
Amanda is most known for her role in FOX’s hit TV show “The OC.”
Amy is... sniff... sniff... sad about our recent barking on her “Re-name RSS
contest.”
Angela is absolutely swamped this week!
Ann is only a writer – and NOT a private detective.
Anna is helping out with the hurricane relief effort.
Anne is a storyteller.
Barbara is to go to Paddle Sports of Santa Barbara.
Betty is distinctively heard singing alongside Michael.
Brenda is the mother of 14 children, 12 of whom are adopted.
Carolyn is currently training for the next WNBA season.
Catherine is a star.
Christina is also busy promoting the line of footwear “Skechers.”
Christine is red and white.
Cindy is in “love with the attention.”
Cynthia is still on the border.
Debbie is an International Magician.
Deborah is pleased to announce two brand-new paintings!
Debra is a nationally recognized expert on communication skills.
Denise is funny, bright and bubbly.
Diana is currently in London, England where she is working on the artwork.
...
Diane is steadfast in her mission of marketing and negotiating the terms of
the sale.
Donna is recording her 2nd CD, "Feels Like Home", which will be released in
2001.
Doris is such a great zine.
Dorothy is 5 Dinosaur years old, and is very wise for her age.
Edith is only meaningful.
Elizabeth is just south of the expanding Addo Elephant National Park.
Ellen is Africa’s first lady president.
Emily is nation’s young poet of the year.
Heather is the one with the muscles.
Helen is Coming To Town!.
Irene: Irene is a wedding and portrait photographer serving parts of New
England and New York State. Jane is one of Victorian literature’s rebellious
heroines.
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Janet is fantastic.
Janice is right there on that edge.
Jennifer is a genius.
Jessica is a joy and a delight that brings happiness to all of us.
Josephine is Under Construction!
Judith is no mythical personage.
Judy is going to still have to answer to a higher authority.
Julie is no longer a loner; she, too, learns about being a part of a community.
Karen is an experienced tutor in both fiddle and step dance.
Katherine is one of two large towns you will come across on the route
between Darwin and Alice.
Kathleen is foremost a musician.
Kathy is married to Rick Hilton, who is the wealthy grandson.
Kimberly is married to Johnny.
Laura is not a psychologist nor a psychiatrist.
Linda is now going to move to the south of Sweden.
Lisa is furious with Debbie.
Louise is a first-class song, there is no doubting.
Margaret is not the enemy.
Marie is an accomplished author with an important story to tell.
Martha is “free.”
Melissa is very open about her past.
Michelle is as Michelle does.
Nancy is also an award-winning video producer.
Nicole is now working hard on a NEW collection of tunes.
Pamela is coming into her glory today.
Rachel is well on her way to achieving her goals.
Rebecca is never seen, and yet she is the main character.
Ruth is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Sandra is the fourth woman to win it all, compared to only three men.
Sara is right. Yes, it is true.
Sarah is still in the studio working.
Sharon is expected to decide this weekend.
Sherry is a type of wine originally produced in and around the town of Jerez.
Stephanie is so afraid of germs, she can’t stop washing her hands.
Susan is creative, perceptive, intuitive, and timely.
Suzanne is not Sue.
Tina is no acronym.
Virginia is a five-day bike tour.
Wendy is now the only comic featured on the website.
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(Original cartoon by the US government.)
2. The Google Snake Game
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2. The Google Snake Game
Here’s a party game which needs nothing but a working internet
connection (say, a notebook or cell phone), and Google.com’s web
search. The goal is to create the longest phrase that Google can find by
alternately adding one word to the end of the other player’s search
phrase. Say, the first person starts with “Feelings”. Now the second
person adds a word, “are”, so we get “Feelings are”... (Note the use of
quotation marks in the search query.)
Now every time a word is added, the phrase is searched for in Google,
and the resulting page count is announced to the group. The one
person who creates a sentence with zero results in Google loses and has
to do something silly (or if you want to play with points, he loses a
point, and the last person who created a sentence with results in Google
will win a point). To prevent cheating, the one whose turn is next is not

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Page i
Verbal Self-Defense
by Lillian Glass, Ph.D.
A Division of Macmillan General Reference
A Pearson Education Macmillan Company
1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019



Page ii
Copyright© 1999 Lillian Glass, Ph.D.
All rights reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any
means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission from the
publisher. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Although
every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher and author assume no
responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of
information contained herein. For information, address Alpha Books, 1633 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York,
NY 10019-6785.
THE COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE name and design are trademarks of Macmillan, Inc.
Macmillan Publishing books may be purchased for business or sales promotional use. For information please
write: Special Markets Department, Macmillan Publishing USA, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019.
International Standard Book Number: 0-02-862741-5
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 99-64466
01 00 99 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Interpretation of the printing code: the rightmost number of the first series of numbers is the year of the book's
printing; the rightmost number of the second series of numbers is the number of the book's printing. For
example, a printing code of 99-1 shows that the first printing occurred in 1999.
Printed in the United States of America
Note: This publication contains the opinions and ideas of its author. It is intended to provide helpful and
informative material on the subject matter covered. It is sold with the understanding that the author and
publisher are not engaged in rendering professional services in the book. If the reader requires personal
assistance or advice, a competent professional should be consulted.
The authors and publisher specifically disclaim any responsibility for any liability, loss or risk, personal or
otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of any of the
contents of this book.
Page iii
Alpha Development Team
Publisher
Kathy Nebenhaus
Editorial Director
Gary M. Krebs
Managing Editor
Bob Shuman
Marketing Brand Manager
Felice Primeau
Acquisitions Editor
Jessica Faust
Development Editors
Phil Kitchel
Amy Zavatto
Assistant Editor
Georgette Blau
Production Team
Development Editor
Jessica Faust
Production Editor
Robyn Burnett
Copy Editor
Erik Dafforn
Cover Designer
Mike Freeland
Photo Editor
Richard H. Fox
Illustrator
Kevin Spear
Book Designer
Scott Cook and Amy Adams of Design Lab
Indexer
Tim Wright
Layout/Proofreading
Angela Calvert
Ellen Considine

Page iv
CONTENTS AT A GLANCE
Part 1:
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
1
1
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
Observe the person from head to toe in a way you never have before. Listen
between the lines to what they are really saying through their facial and
body language and the sound of their voice.
3
2
Knowing When You've Been Verbally Zapped
Translate what is meant by seemingly innocent statements that are really
verbal barbs. Take the quiz to see if you've been exposed to verbal abuse.
19
3
Verbal Abusers Are Losers
Find out the inner workings of different types of verbal abusers,
categorized according to the severity of their abusive behavior.
33
4
Verbal Murder—How and Why?
Learn some of the conscious and unconscious reasons for and the
consequences of being verbally murdered.
47
Part 2:
Preparing to Verbally Defend Yourself
59
5
Analyzing Your Strengths and Weaknesses
Learn ways to objectively examine how you come across to others—
everything from the way you walk to the way you talk.
61
6
Gaining the Physical Edge
Learn techniques for enhancing your image. These will create a more
powerful perception of you in others and instill more self-confidence in you.
79
7
Gaining the Verbal Advantage
How you sound when you speak cannot be overlooked if you want to win
the verbal war. Learn strategies for enhancing the way you speak.
91
8
Communication Skill Defense
Just as it is important to sound good in verbal warfare, it is important to
105
say the right thing. Learn the basics of communication that will make
others more receptive towards you.
9
Confident Conversation
Learn to develop the charisma to attract people, keep them interested, and
interact with them in the future.
117
Page v
Part 3:
Verbal Defense Strategies to Use in Combat
129
10
Verbal Defense Strategies
Memorize the verbal self-defense strategies so you can easily call upon a
particular strategy in any circumstance. If one doesn't work, you have
numerous others from which to choose.
131
11
Letting Them Know They've Overstepped Their Verbal Boundaries
Now there is no excuse for being victimized or traumatized by an opponent
who intrudes on your territory. You have a bag full of strategies to ward
them off.
139
12
When More Powerful Weaponry Is Needed
You can accomplish more with your mouth than with your fists. It's okay to
get angry, but the consequences of physical violence are too high.
151
13
Enough Is Enough! Knowing When to Retreat
Learn how to quickly determine when the verbal battle is finally over.
Whether you won or lost, you still need to recoup and regroup. This chapter
shows you how to do both.
161
Part 4:
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
173
14
Gaining the Winning Verbal Edge Between the Sexes
Learn the basics of male and female communication. This will help you
avoid many common pitfalls responsible for verbal warfare between
couples.
175
15
Blood Is Not Always Thicker Than Water!
Learn how to converse with various family members to understand their
perspectives; if they're just too toxic, learn to get out and save yourself.
191
16
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
Master the words to use for specific kinds of abusers, so that you will never
again be a victim.
203
Part 5:
Verbal Combat Against Verbal Abusers
215
17
Verbal Combat Against Annoying Verbal Abusers
The 13 types of annoying vermin won't hurt you, just drive you insane. Here
are remedies for them.
217
18
Verbal Combat Against Painful Verbal Abusers
These eight types of disgusting and obnoxious verbal vermin can literally
make you sick. Learn to combat them so that you won't vomit.
229
Page vi
19
Verbal Combat Against Dangerous Verbal Abusers
These 11 types of dangerous verbal vermin can inflict emotional, mental,
and physical harm upon you. Here are strategies available to help you
protect yourself.
239
Part 6:
Dodging Verbal Bullets in Specific Battlefields
253
20
Verbal Defense over the Telephone
Learn what to say over the telephone to rude and unhelpful people, pests,
and those who have bad telephone habits.
255
21
Verbal Self-Defense in Sticky Situations
What to say in real-life situations nobody talks about. Topics range from
telling someone they have body odor to getting a cheapskate to cough up
the money for a bill.
267
22
Verbal Self-Defense in More Difficult Situations
How to deal with situations that are even more difficult, because they
involve people such as those who are dying or grieving over someone else's
death, and those who lie.
281
23
Verbal Self-Defense Can Save Your Life!
How to thwart a potential criminal act by knowing what to say and how to
say it. You will also learn how to broach the subject of safe sex.
293
24
Verbally Defending YOU Against YOU!
What you say about yourself says it all! People who speak well about
themselves encourage others to do the same. Be discriminating about what
you say about yourself and others.
307
A Resources 319
B To Order Dr. Glass's Products 323
Index 325
Page vii
CONTENTS
Part 1:
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
1
1
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
3
Stop, Look, and Listen—Sizing Up Your Opponent 3
20/20 Hindsight 4
Freeze and Focus 5
Reading Between the Lines 5
Telltale Eyes 7
Here's Looking (or Not Looking) at You, Kid! 8
Face Off 9
Telltale Mouth 10
Body Talk 11
Keep Your Distance! 11
Stand Up! 12
Armed with Arms and Hands 12
Hand-to-Hand Combat 13
Listening Between the Lines 13
Telling Tones 14
Squeaking or Leaking? 14
Tones Ready to Verbally Attack You 15
The Mouse That Roars 15
“Tha tha that's all, folks!” 15
Where's the Foghorn? 16
Thylvesther the Cat Thaid What? 16
Slow Down, I Can't Keep Up! 17
Aren't You Done Yet? 17
The Rain in Spain Lies Mainly in the Plain 17
2
Knowing When You've Been Verbally Zapped
19
What Are They Really Saying to You? 19
You Were Not “Only Kidding” 20
What's the Matter? Cat Got Your Tongue? 21
If He Says He's a Jerk, Believe Him 22
Beware, You're Next! 22
They Don't Really Mean That! 23
Warning! You've Been Exposed to a Verbal Health Hazard 23
Verbal Abuse—the Silent Killer 24
Quiz to Determine Exposure to Verbal Abuse 25
What Do Your Answers Mean? 26
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Ouch, It Hurts! The Physical Pain of Verbal Abuse 27
Head Games Lead to Heart Pains 28
Shrinking Verbal Abuse—Psychological Pain 29
3
Verbal Abusers Are Losers
33
Categorizing the Verbal Abuser 33
Level One Abusers 34
The “I'm Only Kidding” Person 34
The “Shock 'Em and Rock 'Em” Person 34
The Sarcastic/Sadistic Person 35
The Verbal Hammers Person 35
“My Dog's Bigger Than Your Dog” People 36
The Trashers 36
People Who Throw Back Your Confidences 37
The Sugary Fawner 38
Backhanded Complimentors 39
The Self-Consumed 39
Level Two Abusers 40
Interrogators 40
Gossiping, Meddling Instigators 41
Condescending Dismissers 41
Sneaky Underminers 41
“I Love You—I Hate You” People 42
“You're No Good!” People 43
Yellers, Screamers, and Ragers 43
Verbal Nazis—My Way or Else! 43
Guilt-Producing Accusers 44
Liars 44
Verbal Icicles 45
4
Verbal Murder—How and Why?
47
What Is Verbal Murder? 47
Who Are Verbal Murderers? 47
Identifying the Verbal Abusers in Your Life 48
When Do Verbal Abusers Turn into Verbal Murderers? 49
Why Does Verbal Murder Happen? 50
Unconscious Reasons for Verbal Murder 50
Hey! Don't Take It Out on Me! 50
Hey! We're Not All Like That! 50
I'm Not That Toxic Person in Your Past! 51
Green with Envy! 51
I Really Don't Deserve to Be That Happy! 52
I Don't Trust Anybody—Including You! 52
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Conscious Reasons for Verbal Murder 53
They Just Plain Can't Stand You! 53
They Know You Really Don't Like Them 53
What's the Use? 53
Gimme the Reins—I Need to Control You! 53
You're Incompetent! 54
I Just Don't Believe in You! 54
I Don't Want You to Be Ahead of Me! 55
Who Said You Can Be That Happy and Lucky? 56
They Did It to Me—Now It's Your Turn! 56
Consequences of Being a Verbal Murderer 57
Consequences of Being Verbally Murdered 57
Part 2:
Preparing to Verbally Defend Yourself
59
5
Analyzing Your Strengths and Weaknesses
61
How Others See You Does Matter! 61
How Do You Come Across to Others? 62
The General Consensus About You Is 63
Putting Others to the Test 63
Equipment You Need to Objectively Examine Yourself 65
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall 65
No Lies on Videotape 66
Record a Call 66
A Picture Says a Thousand Words 67
Getting Emotionally Naked 67
Stand Up and Walk the Walk! 68
The Stance of Power 68
The Walk of Authority 70
I Have to Hand It to You 71
Dead Head? 71
About Face! 72
Eye Deal 73
Is Your Mouth Goin' South? 73
Air Born 74
Ouch! My Ears Hurt Listening to You! 74
Pitching Your Voice 75
It's Quality We're After! 75
Twisting Your Tongue 76
Pump Up the Volume! Drown the Sound! 76
How Fast Were You Going? 76
The Nose Knows 76
Are You Talking to Me? 76
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6
Gaining the Physical Edge
79
Postural Defense—Staking Out Your Presence 80
1. Stand Up Straight, Without a Leg Up! 80
2. Bottoms Up! 81
3. Straighten Up and Back Up! 81
4. Heads Up! 81
Walk Up! 81
Sit Up! 82
Uptight? Lighten Up! 82
Up in Arms! 83
Hands Up! 83
Shake Up! 84
Touch Up! 85
Face Up! 86
Charming, Disarming Smile 87
Kissin' Up! 87
Slipping Up or Messing Up? It All Adds Up and You End Up…! 88
7
Gaining the Verbal Advantage
91
Defensive Breathing 92
Relaxation Breathing: In—Hold—Out Control! 93
Mind-Clearing Breaths 94
Listening Through Breathing 94
Marrying Your Breathing with Your Talking 95
Vocal Defense 95
Your Most Overlooked Organ—Your Voice Box 95
Speak—Don't Squeak! 97
Yawning—Opening Up the Throat for a Smooth Voice 97
I Can't Hear You! 98
Stop Turning Me Off! 98
Stop Putting Me to Sleep with Your Boring Voice! 99
Whining No More 100
The Stuffed-Up Nose 100
Tasting Your Sounds 101
Kicking Key Consonants 101
Vowel Control 102
Demolishing Disgusting Habits 102
Say It—Don't Spray It! 102
Swallow Already! 102
Slow Down! It's Not the Grand Prix 103
Quiet! My Ears Can't Take It! 103
Spit It Out Already! 103
Hints to Help Control Your Stuttering 104
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8
Communication Skill Defense
105
Who in the World Are You? 105
“Who Are You?” Quiz 106
The Results of Who You Are 109
Keys to Gaining the Upper Hand 109
You Gotta Like You! 109
Don't Like Something About Yourself? Change It! 109
Talk Nice to You and Others Will Too 110
Cancel That! 110
The Power of the Word—What a Surprise! 111
Thoughts in Your Head 111
Open Your Mind! 111
Open Your Heart! 112
Tactics Used to Promote Verbal Peace with Others 112
Speak Up Immediately! 112
Monitor Your Mouth 113
Pay Attention to Trigger Words and Phrases 113
Terms of Endearment 114
Let Them Speak Their Piece 114
Enough About You Already! 115
Mind Your Own Business! 115
Respect Should Be Your Mantra 115
Don't Like the Answer? Then Don't Ask the Question 116
9
Confident Conversation
117
The Real Secret of Talking to Anyone 117
Understanding the Four Steps of Confident Conversation 118
Confident Pre-Conversation 118
Ending the “I Think That You Think That I Think” Game
Forever!
118
Smile All the While 119
Do It Anyway! 119
You Die When You're Shy! 120
Only a Fool Plays It Cool! 120
Initiating a Confident Conversation 121
Maintaining a Confident Conversation 121
Ask, Ask, and Keep Asking! 122
Elaborate—Don't Interrogate! 122
Getting Deeper and Deeper 123
What Shall We Talk About? 123
Know What You're Talking About! 125
Bingo! You Got the Lingo! 125
Talking Ethnic 126
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It's Over—I Wanna Go Now 127
Don't Be a Liar—Follow Up Immediately! 128
Never Say You'll Call If You Don't Mean It! 128
Part 3:
Verbal Defense Strategies to Use in Combat
129
10
Verbal Defense Strategies
131
Entering the Verbal Combat Zone 131
A Verbal Weakling No More! 132
Verbally Pumping Up 132
Imaginary Conversation Strategy 132
Through the Looking Glass 133
Knowing When to Attack Back 134
What Your Answers Mean 134
Keep Your Eyes and Ears Open at All Times 136
Make a Choice and Make It Now 136
Picking Your Strategy 137
The Verbal Artist Has Complete Control! 137
11
Letting Them Know They've Overstepped Their Verbal Boundaries
139
Silent, Expressionless, Blank Stare 139
The Look of Disgust Strategy 141
Let It Go—Breathe and Blow Strategy 142
Calm, Calculating, Questioning Strategy—Like Columbo 143
The Naked Truth Strategy 144
“The Joke's on You”—Funny Bone Strategy 145
Love 'Em Up Strategy 146
Gentle-Toned Name Repetition 146
Hush Hush Strategy 147
Let the Baby Have Her Bottle Strategy 147
Hand-Holding Fighting Strategy 147
Heart-in-Hand Strategy 148
“What's Good About You” Strategy 148
12
When More Powerful Weaponry Is Needed
151
Never Walk Away When You Have Something to Say! 151
Protecting the Other Cheek 152
Don't Just Stand There—Do Something! 152
Verbally Setting Firm Limits 153
“This Is Unacceptable!” 154
“Excuse Me? Are You Talkin' to Me?” 155
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Strategy of Loud Verbal Explosions! 155
Fight Clean and Fair! 155
Keep It Above the Belt 156
Never, Ever Use Physical Violence! 156
Fantasy Strategy—an Alternative to Physical Violence 157
Never Threaten One's Basic Needs! 157
Keep Your Cool 158
Verbally Mirroring the Foe Strategy 158
“Give 'Em Hell and Yell” Strategy 160
13
Enough Is Enough! Knowing When to Retreat
161
Three Strikes and You're Out! 162
Yes, But 162
I Say “Yes,” You Say “No” 163
You Finally Got the Message! 165
Noooooo! Don't Do It! 165
Help!!! Emergency!!! 166
Throwaways 166
No Stalkers or Fatal Attractions Allowed! 168
Mourning and Waking Up Renewed in the Morning 168
When You're on the Verbal Merry-Go-Round 169
Forgiving Yourself Right Now! 169
Make Yourself Feel Reeeeal Good! 169
Part 4:
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
173
14
Gaining the Winning Verbal Edge Between the Sexes
175
What's the Real Deal? 176
Learning to Be Bilingual 176
Once Upon a Time There Was an Infant Boy and Girl 177
There's Only One Brain! 177
What Shall We Talk About? 178
He Says—She Thinks! She Says—He Thinks! 178
No-No Scenario 1 179
No-No Scenario 2 179
No-No Scenario 3 180
No-No Scenario 4 180
No-No Scenario 5 180
He Says—He Means! She Says—She Means! 181
Scenario 1 Shoulda Said 181
Scenario 2 Shoulda Said 181
Scenario 3 Shoulda Said 182
Scenario 4 Shoulda Said 182
Scenario 5 Shoulda Said 182
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Oh! So That's What You Meant! 183
Basic Male 101 183
Basic Female 101 185
See What I Mean? 186
What Men Need to Do 187
What Women Need to Do 187
Saving You a Lot of Grief! 188
15
Blood Is Not Always Thicker Than Water!
191
Defense Against Verbally Abusive Parents 191
Long-Lasting Effects 192
Your Best Bet! 192
Defense Against Verbally Abusive Siblings 193
Too Close for Comfort 193
Your Best Bet! 194
Verbal Defense with Teens 194
Trash Talkin' Teens 195
Expect to Hear This from Your Teen 196
Verbal Defense with School-Aged Kids 197
Best Bet: Set Limits Immediately! 197
Parental Verbal Control 197
Best Bets: Ask Your Child If She Wants to Go Somewhere with
You
198
Verbal Defense with Pre-Schoolers 198
Verbal Defense in Utero 198
Verbal Defense with Infants and Toddlers 199
Terrible Twos Are Verbally Terrific! 199
Talking to Children Who Act Out Verbally 200
Your Best Bet: Children of This Age Crave Respect 200
Cursing Kids 201
16
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
203
Verbal Self-Defense Techniques for Various Groups 203
Invasive Strangers 204
“Friends” 204
Enemies 205
Customer Service Representatives 205
People Entrusted with Yourself or Your Property 206
Salespeople, Store Clerks, and Realtors 207
People Who Serve You 208
People Who Don't Speak Your Language 211
Professionals and Authority Figures 212
Verbally Toxic Employers 212
Verbal Medical and Dental Disasters 213
Page xv
Part 5:
Verbal Combat Against Verbal Abusers
215
17
Verbal Combat Against Annoying Verbal Abusers
217
Mumble Jumble 217
Sonic Boomers! 218
Meek, Weak, and Squeak 219
Baby-Voiced and Cutsie-Wootsie 219
Where to Direct a Person with an Annoying Voice 221
The Monotonous Drone 222
The Fast Talker 223
Name-Dropper 223
The Know-It-All 224
SlangGangers 225
Conversation Hogs 226
Repeat, Repeating, Repeaters 226
Wordy Ones 227
The Whiner 227
18
Verbal Combat Against Painful Verbal Abusers
229
Verbal Abuse Can Actually Make You Nauseous! 229
The Verbally Dead 230
Verbal Vomiters 231
Sugary Sweet Phonies 232
Poor-Poor Me 233
“Fibbers” 234
*%#&@ Cussers! 234
Me, Me, Me 235
The Anointed One Has Spoken! 236
19
Verbal Combat Against Dangerous Verbal Abusers
239
PROCEED WITH EXTREME CAUTION! 239
Lambs to Lions 240
Control Freaks 240
Backstabbing Enviers 241
Hitting-Below-the-Belt Abusers 242
Verbal Interrogators 243
Fanatics and Zealots 244
Yes-Yes Do-Nothings 245
The Mentally/Verbally Dis

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sick.
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[Mar 25,2008 5:48pm - DestroyYouAlot ""]
Pfft - I already knew all of that.

BTW, I'm totally buying you guys a rubber fist for the practice space. Start practicing.
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[Mar 25,2008 8:24pm - fleshfries ""]
[QUOTE="Mucko:738749"]
Page i
Verbal Self-Defense
by Lillian Glass, Ph.D.
A Division of Macmillan General Reference
A Pearson Education Macmillan Company
1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019



Page ii
Copyright© 1999 Lillian Glass, Ph.D.
All rights reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any
means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission from the
publisher. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Although
every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher and author assume no
responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of
information contained herein. For information, address Alpha Books, 1633 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York,
NY 10019-6785.
THE COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE name and design are trademarks of Macmillan, Inc.
Macmillan Publishing books may be purchased for business or sales promotional use. For information please
write: Special Markets Department, Macmillan Publishing USA, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019.
International Standard Book Number: 0-02-862741-5
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 99-64466
01 00 99 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Interpretation of the printing code: the rightmost number of the first series of numbers is the year of the book's
printing; the rightmost number of the second series of numbers is the number of the book's printing. For
example, a printing code of 99-1 shows that the first printing occurred in 1999.
Printed in the United States of America
Note: This publication contains the opinions and ideas of its author. It is intended to provide helpful and
informative material on the subject matter covered. It is sold with the understanding that the author and
publisher are not engaged in rendering professional services in the book. If the reader requires personal
assistance or advice, a competent professional should be consulted.
The authors and publisher specifically disclaim any responsibility for any liability, loss or risk, personal or
otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of any of the
contents of this book.
Page iii
Alpha Development Team
Publisher
Kathy Nebenhaus
Editorial Director
Gary M. Krebs
Managing Editor
Bob Shuman
Marketing Brand Manager
Felice Primeau
Acquisitions Editor
Jessica Faust
Development Editors
Phil Kitchel
Amy Zavatto
Assistant Editor
Georgette Blau
Production Team
Development Editor
Jessica Faust
Production Editor
Robyn Burnett
Copy Editor
Erik Dafforn
Cover Designer
Mike Freeland
Photo Editor
Richard H. Fox
Illustrator
Kevin Spear
Book Designer
Scott Cook and Amy Adams of Design Lab
Indexer
Tim Wright
Layout/Proofreading
Angela Calvert
Ellen Considine

Page iv
CONTENTS AT A GLANCE
Part 1:
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
1
1
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
Observe the person from head to toe in a way you never have before. Listen
between the lines to what they are really saying through their facial and
body language and the sound of their voice.
3
2
Knowing When You've Been Verbally Zapped
Translate what is meant by seemingly innocent statements that are really
verbal barbs. Take the quiz to see if you've been exposed to verbal abuse.
19
3
Verbal Abusers Are Losers
Find out the inner workings of different types of verbal abusers,
categorized according to the severity of their abusive behavior.
33
4
Verbal Murder—How and Why?
Learn some of the conscious and unconscious reasons for and the
consequences of being verbally murdered.
47
Part 2:
Preparing to Verbally Defend Yourself
59
5
Analyzing Your Strengths and Weaknesses
Learn ways to objectively examine how you come across to others—
everything from the way you walk to the way you talk.
61
6
Gaining the Physical Edge
Learn techniques for enhancing your image. These will create a more
powerful perception of you in others and instill more self-confidence in you.
79
7
Gaining the Verbal Advantage
How you sound when you speak cannot be overlooked if you want to win
the verbal war. Learn strategies for enhancing the way you speak.
91
8
Communication Skill Defense
Just as it is important to sound good in verbal warfare, it is important to
105
say the right thing. Learn the basics of communication that will make
others more receptive towards you.
9
Confident Conversation
Learn to develop the charisma to attract people, keep them interested, and
interact with them in the future.
117
Page v
Part 3:
Verbal Defense Strategies to Use in Combat
129
10
Verbal Defense Strategies
Memorize the verbal self-defense strategies so you can easily call upon a
particular strategy in any circumstance. If one doesn't work, you have
numerous others from which to choose.
131
11
Letting Them Know They've Overstepped Their Verbal Boundaries
Now there is no excuse for being victimized or traumatized by an opponent
who intrudes on your territory. You have a bag full of strategies to ward
them off.
139
12
When More Powerful Weaponry Is Needed
You can accomplish more with your mouth than with your fists. It's okay to
get angry, but the consequences of physical violence are too high.
151
13
Enough Is Enough! Knowing When to Retreat
Learn how to quickly determine when the verbal battle is finally over.
Whether you won or lost, you still need to recoup and regroup. This chapter
shows you how to do both.
161
Part 4:
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
173
14
Gaining the Winning Verbal Edge Between the Sexes
Learn the basics of male and female communication. This will help you
avoid many common pitfalls responsible for verbal warfare between
couples.
175
15
Blood Is Not Always Thicker Than Water!
Learn how to converse with various family members to understand their
perspectives; if they're just too toxic, learn to get out and save yourself.
191
16
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
Master the words to use for specific kinds of abusers, so that you will never
again be a victim.
203
Part 5:
Verbal Combat Against Verbal Abusers
215
17
Verbal Combat Against Annoying Verbal Abusers
The 13 types of annoying vermin won't hurt you, just drive you insane. Here
are remedies for them.
217
18
Verbal Combat Against Painful Verbal Abusers
These eight types of disgusting and obnoxious verbal vermin can literally
make you sick. Learn to combat them so that you won't vomit.
229
Page vi
19
Verbal Combat Against Dangerous Verbal Abusers
These 11 types of dangerous verbal vermin can inflict emotional, mental,
and physical harm upon you. Here are strategies available to help you
protect yourself.
239
Part 6:
Dodging Verbal Bullets in Specific Battlefields
253
20
Verbal Defense over the Telephone
Learn what to say over the telephone to rude and unhelpful people, pests,
and those who have bad telephone habits.
255
21
Verbal Self-Defense in Sticky Situations
What to say in real-life situations nobody talks about. Topics range from
telling someone they have body odor to getting a cheapskate to cough up
the money for a bill.
267
22
Verbal Self-Defense in More Difficult Situations
How to deal with situations that are even more difficult, because they
involve people such as those who are dying or grieving over someone else's
death, and those who lie.
281
23
Verbal Self-Defense Can Save Your Life!
How to thwart a potential criminal act by knowing what to say and how to
say it. You will also learn how to broach the subject of safe sex.
293
24
Verbally Defending YOU Against YOU!
What you say about yourself says it all! People who speak well about
themselves encourage others to do the same. Be discriminating about what
you say about yourself and others.
307
A Resources 319
B To Order Dr. Glass's Products 323
Index 325
Page vii
CONTENTS
Part 1:
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
1
1
Identifying the Verbally Venomous Opponent
3
Stop, Look, and Listen—Sizing Up Your Opponent 3
20/20 Hindsight 4
Freeze and Focus 5
Reading Between the Lines 5
Telltale Eyes 7
Here's Looking (or Not Looking) at You, Kid! 8
Face Off 9
Telltale Mouth 10
Body Talk 11
Keep Your Distance! 11
Stand Up! 12
Armed with Arms and Hands 12
Hand-to-Hand Combat 13
Listening Between the Lines 13
Telling Tones 14
Squeaking or Leaking? 14
Tones Ready to Verbally Attack You 15
The Mouse That Roars 15
“Tha tha that's all, folks!” 15
Where's the Foghorn? 16
Thylvesther the Cat Thaid What? 16
Slow Down, I Can't Keep Up! 17
Aren't You Done Yet? 17
The Rain in Spain Lies Mainly in the Plain 17
2
Knowing When You've Been Verbally Zapped
19
What Are They Really Saying to You? 19
You Were Not “Only Kidding” 20
What's the Matter? Cat Got Your Tongue? 21
If He Says He's a Jerk, Believe Him 22
Beware, You're Next! 22
They Don't Really Mean That! 23
Warning! You've Been Exposed to a Verbal Health Hazard 23
Verbal Abuse—the Silent Killer 24
Quiz to Determine Exposure to Verbal Abuse 25
What Do Your Answers Mean? 26
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Ouch, It Hurts! The Physical Pain of Verbal Abuse 27
Head Games Lead to Heart Pains 28
Shrinking Verbal Abuse—Psychological Pain 29
3
Verbal Abusers Are Losers
33
Categorizing the Verbal Abuser 33
Level One Abusers 34
The “I'm Only Kidding” Person 34
The “Shock 'Em and Rock 'Em” Person 34
The Sarcastic/Sadistic Person 35
The Verbal Hammers Person 35
“My Dog's Bigger Than Your Dog” People 36
The Trashers 36
People Who Throw Back Your Confidences 37
The Sugary Fawner 38
Backhanded Complimentors 39
The Self-Consumed 39
Level Two Abusers 40
Interrogators 40
Gossiping, Meddling Instigators 41
Condescending Dismissers 41
Sneaky Underminers 41
“I Love You—I Hate You” People 42
“You're No Good!” People 43
Yellers, Screamers, and Ragers 43
Verbal Nazis—My Way or Else! 43
Guilt-Producing Accusers 44
Liars 44
Verbal Icicles 45
4
Verbal Murder—How and Why?
47
What Is Verbal Murder? 47
Who Are Verbal Murderers? 47
Identifying the Verbal Abusers in Your Life 48
When Do Verbal Abusers Turn into Verbal Murderers? 49
Why Does Verbal Murder Happen? 50
Unconscious Reasons for Verbal Murder 50
Hey! Don't Take It Out on Me! 50
Hey! We're Not All Like That! 50
I'm Not That Toxic Person in Your Past! 51
Green with Envy! 51
I Really Don't Deserve to Be That Happy! 52
I Don't Trust Anybody—Including You! 52
Page ix
Conscious Reasons for Verbal Murder 53
They Just Plain Can't Stand You! 53
They Know You Really Don't Like Them 53
What's the Use? 53
Gimme the Reins—I Need to Control You! 53
You're Incompetent! 54
I Just Don't Believe in You! 54
I Don't Want You to Be Ahead of Me! 55
Who Said You Can Be That Happy and Lucky? 56
They Did It to Me—Now It's Your Turn! 56
Consequences of Being a Verbal Murderer 57
Consequences of Being Verbally Murdered 57
Part 2:
Preparing to Verbally Defend Yourself
59
5
Analyzing Your Strengths and Weaknesses
61
How Others See You Does Matter! 61
How Do You Come Across to Others? 62
The General Consensus About You Is 63
Putting Others to the Test 63
Equipment You Need to Objectively Examine Yourself 65
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall 65
No Lies on Videotape 66
Record a Call 66
A Picture Says a Thousand Words 67
Getting Emotionally Naked 67
Stand Up and Walk the Walk! 68
The Stance of Power 68
The Walk of Authority 70
I Have to Hand It to You 71
Dead Head? 71
About Face! 72
Eye Deal 73
Is Your Mouth Goin' South? 73
Air Born 74
Ouch! My Ears Hurt Listening to You! 74
Pitching Your Voice 75
It's Quality We're After! 75
Twisting Your Tongue 76
Pump Up the Volume! Drown the Sound! 76
How Fast Were You Going? 76
The Nose Knows 76
Are You Talking to Me? 76
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6
Gaining the Physical Edge
79
Postural Defense—Staking Out Your Presence 80
1. Stand Up Straight, Without a Leg Up! 80
2. Bottoms Up! 81
3. Straighten Up and Back Up! 81
4. Heads Up! 81
Walk Up! 81
Sit Up! 82
Uptight? Lighten Up! 82
Up in Arms! 83
Hands Up! 83
Shake Up! 84
Touch Up! 85
Face Up! 86
Charming, Disarming Smile 87
Kissin' Up! 87
Slipping Up or Messing Up? It All Adds Up and You End Up…! 88
7
Gaining the Verbal Advantage
91
Defensive Breathing 92
Relaxation Breathing: In—Hold—Out Control! 93
Mind-Clearing Breaths 94
Listening Through Breathing 94
Marrying Your Breathing with Your Talking 95
Vocal Defense 95
Your Most Overlooked Organ—Your Voice Box 95
Speak—Don't Squeak! 97
Yawning—Opening Up the Throat for a Smooth Voice 97
I Can't Hear You! 98
Stop Turning Me Off! 98
Stop Putting Me to Sleep with Your Boring Voice! 99
Whining No More 100
The Stuffed-Up Nose 100
Tasting Your Sounds 101
Kicking Key Consonants 101
Vowel Control 102
Demolishing Disgusting Habits 102
Say It—Don't Spray It! 102
Swallow Already! 102
Slow Down! It's Not the Grand Prix 103
Quiet! My Ears Can't Take It! 103
Spit It Out Already! 103
Hints to Help Control Your Stuttering 104
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8
Communication Skill Defense
105
Who in the World Are You? 105
“Who Are You?” Quiz 106
The Results of Who You Are 109
Keys to Gaining the Upper Hand 109
You Gotta Like You! 109
Don't Like Something About Yourself? Change It! 109
Talk Nice to You and Others Will Too 110
Cancel That! 110
The Power of the Word—What a Surprise! 111
Thoughts in Your Head 111
Open Your Mind! 111
Open Your Heart! 112
Tactics Used to Promote Verbal Peace with Others 112
Speak Up Immediately! 112
Monitor Your Mouth 113
Pay Attention to Trigger Words and Phrases 113
Terms of Endearment 114
Let Them Speak Their Piece 114
Enough About You Already! 115
Mind Your Own Business! 115
Respect Should Be Your Mantra 115
Don't Like the Answer? Then Don't Ask the Question 116
9
Confident Conversation
117
The Real Secret of Talking to Anyone 117
Understanding the Four Steps of Confident Conversation 118
Confident Pre-Conversation 118
Ending the “I Think That You Think That I Think” Game
Forever!
118
Smile All the While 119
Do It Anyway! 119
You Die When You're Shy! 120
Only a Fool Plays It Cool! 120
Initiating a Confident Conversation 121
Maintaining a Confident Conversation 121
Ask, Ask, and Keep Asking! 122
Elaborate—Don't Interrogate! 122
Getting Deeper and Deeper 123
What Shall We Talk About? 123
Know What You're Talking About! 125
Bingo! You Got the Lingo! 125
Talking Ethnic 126
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It's Over—I Wanna Go Now 127
Don't Be a Liar—Follow Up Immediately! 128
Never Say You'll Call If You Don't Mean It! 128
Part 3:
Verbal Defense Strategies to Use in Combat
129
10
Verbal Defense Strategies
131
Entering the Verbal Combat Zone 131
A Verbal Weakling No More! 132
Verbally Pumping Up 132
Imaginary Conversation Strategy 132
Through the Looking Glass 133
Knowing When to Attack Back 134
What Your Answers Mean 134
Keep Your Eyes and Ears Open at All Times 136
Make a Choice and Make It Now 136
Picking Your Strategy 137
The Verbal Artist Has Complete Control! 137
11
Letting Them Know They've Overstepped Their Verbal Boundaries
139
Silent, Expressionless, Blank Stare 139
The Look of Disgust Strategy 141
Let It Go—Breathe and Blow Strategy 142
Calm, Calculating, Questioning Strategy—Like Columbo 143
The Naked Truth Strategy 144
“The Joke's on You”—Funny Bone Strategy 145
Love 'Em Up Strategy 146
Gentle-Toned Name Repetition 146
Hush Hush Strategy 147
Let the Baby Have Her Bottle Strategy 147
Hand-Holding Fighting Strategy 147
Heart-in-Hand Strategy 148
“What's Good About You” Strategy 148
12
When More Powerful Weaponry Is Needed
151
Never Walk Away When You Have Something to Say! 151
Protecting the Other Cheek 152
Don't Just Stand There—Do Something! 152
Verbally Setting Firm Limits 153
“This Is Unacceptable!” 154
“Excuse Me? Are You Talkin' to Me?” 155
Page xiii
Strategy of Loud Verbal Explosions! 155
Fight Clean and Fair! 155
Keep It Above the Belt 156
Never, Ever Use Physical Violence! 156
Fantasy Strategy—an Alternative to Physical Violence 157
Never Threaten One's Basic Needs! 157
Keep Your Cool 158
Verbally Mirroring the Foe Strategy 158
“Give 'Em Hell and Yell” Strategy 160
13
Enough Is Enough! Knowing When to Retreat
161
Three Strikes and You're Out! 162
Yes, But 162
I Say “Yes,” You Say “No” 163
You Finally Got the Message! 165
Noooooo! Don't Do It! 165
Help!!! Emergency!!! 166
Throwaways 166
No Stalkers or Fatal Attractions Allowed! 168
Mourning and Waking Up Renewed in the Morning 168
When You're on the Verbal Merry-Go-Round 169
Forgiving Yourself Right Now! 169
Make Yourself Feel Reeeeal Good! 169
Part 4:
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
173
14
Gaining the Winning Verbal Edge Between the Sexes
175
What's the Real Deal? 176
Learning to Be Bilingual 176
Once Upon a Time There Was an Infant Boy and Girl 177
There's Only One Brain! 177
What Shall We Talk About? 178
He Says—She Thinks! She Says—He Thinks! 178
No-No Scenario 1 179
No-No Scenario 2 179
No-No Scenario 3 180
No-No Scenario 4 180
No-No Scenario 5 180
He Says—He Means! She Says—She Means! 181
Scenario 1 Shoulda Said 181
Scenario 2 Shoulda Said 181
Scenario 3 Shoulda Said 182
Scenario 4 Shoulda Said 182
Scenario 5 Shoulda Said 182
Page xiv
Oh! So That's What You Meant! 183
Basic Male 101 183
Basic Female 101 185
See What I Mean? 186
What Men Need to Do 187
What Women Need to Do 187
Saving You a Lot of Grief! 188
15
Blood Is Not Always Thicker Than Water!
191
Defense Against Verbally Abusive Parents 191
Long-Lasting Effects 192
Your Best Bet! 192
Defense Against Verbally Abusive Siblings 193
Too Close for Comfort 193
Your Best Bet! 194
Verbal Defense with Teens 194
Trash Talkin' Teens 195
Expect to Hear This from Your Teen 196
Verbal Defense with School-Aged Kids 197
Best Bet: Set Limits Immediately! 197
Parental Verbal Control 197
Best Bets: Ask Your Child If She Wants to Go Somewhere with
You
198
Verbal Defense with Pre-Schoolers 198
Verbal Defense in Utero 198
Verbal Defense with Infants and Toddlers 199
Terrible Twos Are Verbally Terrific! 199
Talking to Children Who Act Out Verbally 200
Your Best Bet: Children of This Age Crave Respect 200
Cursing Kids 201
16
Verbal Warfare with Specific People in Your Life
203
Verbal Self-Defense Techniques for Various Groups 203
Invasive Strangers 204
“Friends” 204
Enemies 205
Customer Service Representatives 205
People Entrusted with Yourself or Your Property 206
Salespeople, Store Clerks, and Realtors 207
People Who Serve You 208
People Who Don't Speak Your Language 211
Professionals and Authority Figures 212
Verbally Toxic Employers 212
Verbal Medical and Dental Disasters 213
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Part 5:
Verbal Combat Against Verbal Abusers
215
17
Verbal Combat Against Annoying Verbal Abusers
217
Mumble Jumble 217
Sonic Boomers! 218
Meek, Weak, and Squeak 219
Baby-Voiced and Cutsie-Wootsie 219
Where to Direct a Person with an Annoying Voice 221
The Monotonous Drone 222
The Fast Talker 223
Name-Dropper 223
The Know-It-All 224
SlangGangers 225
Conversation Hogs 226
Repeat, Repeating, Repeaters 226
Wordy Ones 227
The Whiner 227
18
Verbal Combat Against Painful Verbal Abusers
229
Verbal Abuse Can Actually Make You Nauseous! 229
The Verbally Dead 230
Verbal Vomiters 231
Sugary Sweet Phonies 232
Poor-Poor Me 233
“Fibbers” 234
*%#&@ Cussers! 234
Me, Me, Me 235
The Anointed One Has Spoken! 236
19
Verbal Combat Against Dangerous Verbal Abusers
239
PROCEED WITH EXTREME CAUTION! 239
Lambs to Lions 240
Control Freaks 240
Backstabbing Enviers 241
Hitting-Below-the-Belt Abusers 242
Verbal Interrogators 243
Fanatics and Zealots 244
Yes-Yes Do-Nothings 245
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[Mar 26,2008 12:31am - Mucko ""]
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[Mar 26,2008 12:41am - Mike Pile  ""]
dance, puppets
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[Mar 26,2008 8:29am - DestroyYouAlot ""]
RICH HORROR IS RAVIOLIS

LOL
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[Mar 26,2008 9:07am - RichHorror ""]
I remember when we were friends. No I don't.
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[Mar 26,2008 12:37pm - DestroyYouAlot ""]
Don't be like that, pookums.
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[Mar 26,2008 12:38pm - RichHorror ""]
I like farting a lot.
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[Mar 26,2008 5:30pm - Hungtableed  ""]

mortalis said:
menstrual_sweatpants_disco said:
Secondly, HungtaBleed is a pussy and WILL NEVER confront anybody in person with the shit he's saying here. I think everybody obviously knows this. Therefore, his opinion is totally invalid. Fuck him. Has anybody even met this clown in real life? He's useless.



he was actually pretty nice when grant and i met him at a show at that mill street brews place. least i think that was him.



I am not an inconsiderate, sarcastic asshole - I just play one on the interweb.
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[Mar 26,2008 6:03pm - menstrual_sweatpants_disco ""]
That's the dumbest thing I've heard in a long time.

I don't think it's going to convince Rich that you're not back pedaling.
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[Mar 26,2008 6:37pm - Hungtableed  ""]
Back pedaling, pack schmedeling...

I don't think I've ever had a more reasonable excuse to use this as a quote:
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I sincerely feel bad for him; especially considering that he is in his 30s and still has not only no, but such a negative life, that he takes interweb insults so seriously. Coming from someone who doesn't hesitate to insult people/ideas/bands/etc. that he doesn't like, I would suggest that he grow some pubes and learn to take a joke and/or some criticism...I mean, it should be expected from someone who we all know is willing to take it...if you know what I mean.
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[Mar 26,2008 6:42pm - fleshfries ""]
Who are you to criticize him?
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[Mar 26,2008 6:44pm - Hungtableed  ""]
Considering that he not only sucks dildos but also tries to put them in his ass, does it really matter who I am?
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[Mar 26,2008 7:30pm - fleshfries ""]
Well actually...him sucking dildos has nothing to do with it, so I don't see where you're coming from on this one...
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[Mar 26,2008 8:48pm - Hungtableed  ""]

fleshfries said:Well actually...him sucking dildos has nothing to do with it, so I don't see where you're coming from on this one...


hmmmmphhhfff.
Apparently flechfries either lacks reading comprehension skills or he has a similar video of himself sucking a rubber dick like it's a cock. I assume the later... Nice way to tell everyone that you soooo desire to suck dick that you're willing to suck silicone replicas. Fag, errrrrrrrrr, shit - I'm no homophobe so I guess I mean - pussy. Does the PC Police here accept "pussy" as an insult?
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[Mar 26,2008 8:51pm - ZJD ""]
Have you ever even had a dildo in your ass? Don't hate.
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[Mar 26,2008 8:53pm - ZJD ""]
Also, repeatedly watching MSD come into frame and cross his arm over is now funnier to me than watching Rich.
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[Mar 26,2008 8:55pm - DaveFromTheGrave ""]

Hungtableed said:

hmmmmphhhfff.
Apparently flechfries either lacks reading comprehension skills or he has a similar video of himself sucking a rubber dick like it's a cock. I assume the later... Nice way to tell everyone that you soooo desire to suck dick that you're willing to suck silicone replicas. Fag, errrrrrrrrr, shit - I'm no homophobe so I guess I mean - pussy. Does the PC Police here accept "pussy" as an insult?



blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah
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[Mar 26,2008 8:59pm - Niccolai ""]
I'll suck all ya dicks right fuckin now you homos.

Fact.
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[Mar 26,2008 10:06pm - fleshfries ""]

Hungtableed said:hmmmmphhhfff.
Apparently flechfries either lacks reading comprehension skills or he has a similar video of himself sucking a rubber dick like it's a cock. I assume the later... Nice way to tell everyone that you soooo desire to suck dick that you're willing to suck silicone replicas. Fag, errrrrrrrrr, shit - I'm no homophobe so I guess I mean - pussy. Does the PC Police here accept "pussy" as an insult?



I may lack reading comprehension skills, but I surpass you in grammar skills!

Fact.
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[Mar 26,2008 10:13pm - Niccolai ""]
Remember when RTTP was a cool place? You know, before everyone had their period over literacy...
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[Mar 26,2008 10:44pm - demondave ""]
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[Mar 26,2008 11:31pm - DestroyYouAlot ""]

ZJD said:Also, repeatedly watching MSD come into frame and cross his arm over is now funnier to me than watching Rich.


Dat's da troof.
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[Mar 26,2008 11:40pm - ZJD ""]
You can't see but I picture his legs crossed like a classy lady. Like Barbara Walters.
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[Mar 26,2008 11:56pm - The Revealer  ""]
That's a dildo? I thought it was a bottle of seasonal beer.
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[Mar 27,2008 8:50am - Mucko ""]

Hungtableed said:Considering that he not only sucks dildos but also tries to put them in his ass, does it really matter who I am?


You should just come to a show and hang out. Bury all this bullshit. I'll buy you and Rich a beer.
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[Mar 27,2008 9:27am - GodlessRob ""]
Things we learned from this post:
Rich will suck a dildo to get his friends to laugh - big shocker!
Mike will post the most idiotic, "shocking" shit to make his friends and us cringe in disgust and laugh - no really?
Hungtableed - thinks Rich is gay
The Rev - I think - was only joking and Rich took it wrong
Mucko - has the Anarchist Cookbook along with an number literary works on his hard drive - kudos
Fleshfries - has a point, who are we really to criticize anyone else - no one is perfect
Dave From The Grave - likes to say Blah Blah Blah - allot
Niccolai - will suck all of our dix cause we is homos - (no grammar police please, I wrote that like that on purpose) speaking of which...
Fleshfries - is a grammatical wizard - what a strange compliment - "why yes he does have good grammar"
DestroyAlot - has got da proof
ZJD - Likes to picture Mike with his legs crossed like Barbara Walters - uhh what?
The Reavealer - can't tell the difference between a dildo and a bottle of seasonal beer.
Me - I am like that guy in Creepshow - I am a germaphobe - I am actually glad to know that Rich sanitizes that thing.

OK Boys and Girls now that we learned something, can we please let this die. I know it will never happen, but it should. It's over and done with. Seriously, can anyone of us say we haven't done something stoopid either at the behest of our friends or for the benefit of our friends, to get them to laugh? I would venture a guess and say almost all of us have done something along those lines. I am not kissing anyone's ass, nor would I ever. Rich not only makes it a habit of making an ass out of himself to make us laugh, but he is in a group of limited people who try and do something for this "scene" and for people to over shadow what he does, over a retarded thing like this, is fucked.
OK OK OK. I get it. Rich sucked a dildo...
At least it was clean!
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[Mar 27,2008 9:31am - corpus_colostomy ""]
one thing that may not have been addressed in this thread was the movement of richard's right hand as he retracted the phalloid...

:ralphie:
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[Mar 27,2008 11:25am - Niccolai ""]

GodlessRob said:
Niccolai - will suck all of our dix cause we is homos - (no grammar police please, I wrote that like that on purpose)



damn straight.
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[Mar 27,2008 12:37pm - fleshfries ""]
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[Mar 27,2008 12:46pm - Niccolai ""]
post ending in :57 pm gets their asshole licked.
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[Mar 27,2008 12:57pm - narkybark ""]
It's probably not necessary but I will add that I too was posting pure silliness and have no ill will towards Mr. Rampant. My attempt at comedy fell faster than Pauly Shore's career.

But more importantly, does my post end in :57pm?
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[Mar 27,2008 3:19pm - Niccolai ""]
Get your asshole ready man.
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[Mar 27,2008 3:44pm - DYA/NLI  ""]

Niccolai said:Get your asshole ready man.


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LIKE DIS?
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[May 19,2008 10:33pm - Miss Meggly nli  ""]

menstrual_sweatpants_disco said:[img]


Chubby checker, that's one mean twist. I heard you were racist but that is clearly a black cock.



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[May 19,2008 10:37pm - the_reverend ""]
did you break my site again!!?
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[May 20,2008 2:01am - the_reverend ""]
fixed... again...
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[May 20,2008 6:58pm - menstrual_sweatpants_disco ""]

Miss%20Meggly%20nli said:Chubby checker, that's one mean twist. I heard you were racist but that is clearly a black cock.



It's purple. Clearly your kindergarten teacher did a bad job. :spineyes:
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