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"There's something nasty on you and it looks like the semen."
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||6'0, 165 lbs
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|6/7/2011 9:44:49 PM
||I can't believe Dallas won....Lebron better come out big in game 5. I'm just glad Miami gets to win in front of a home crowd now.
|4/28/2011 6:10:08 PM
||Finished the paper, it's due at 11:59 tonight. Thank you everyone for your responses!
|4/27/2011 3:29:17 PM
||As Attrox mentioned, if you're using Paypal, you're using HTTPS. Current standings: Yes: 2 No: 24 Depends: 4
|4/26/2011 10:49:25 PM
||Thanks guys, we're at 24 responses; I'm hoping for 50. :D Current standings: Yes: 2 No: 19 Depends: 3
|4/26/2011 8:17:07 PM
|| I guess the way I worded it is biased, but oh well. :P I don't have to prove my poll statistics, but I wanted them to be real. Current standings: Yes: 1 No: 18 It Depends: 3
|4/26/2011 2:40:34 PM
|| The lock means it is using HTTPS. :) Thanks for the responses thus far guys. As for people who still don't understand what HTTPS is, most banks use it when you connect to insure your information is secure. It does cost companies in many cases to be secure, to be signed by a company such as verisign which is known to be trusted. However, it can be done for free using options such as OpenSSL.
|4/26/2011 10:07:16 AM
|| I'm just going to figure some clever way of wording that I've polled some people about whether or not they'd purchase from non-HTTPS websites. I'm not going to have to submit any disclosure forms or anything, so I can basically say whatever I want. I just want a legit X out of 10 snowboarders will not shop on non-HTTPS websites. All non-https websites are in Nigeria.
|4/26/2011 10:04:32 AM
||The Heat need to put the nail in the coffin for the 76ers, but I'm afraid of the Celtics.
|4/26/2011 9:55:30 AM
||Hey guys, I've been ridiculously busy with school and work lately so I haven't been able to hang out here. I have a research project I'm doing for my master's program and rather than making up statistics, I figured I'd ask this awesome groups of guys n gals. :) The question is: If a website did not use HTTPS for your order, would you buy from this website? HTTPS means that the website is secure, no one can listen in on it. The conversation is encrypted, so if anyone tries to listen in, no one can understand what is being said. It's like a language that only two people understand. An example of this would be: you're buying snowboarding gear online at TruSnow and you have to give them a credit card. TruSnow recognizes this and takes you to a secure HTTPS connection. Only TruSnow can understand your credit card information now. However, if you're buying gear online at another retailer, such as billybobsoutlet and they don't take you to a secure connection, anyone listening on the traffic can receive your credit card information and because it's not encrypted, they have all your information. So again, the question I'm asking is If a website did not use HTTPS for your order, would you buy from this website? Thanks, you guys are awesome!
|10/14/2010 6:48:35 PM
||We actually have a course for this on campus. It's really difficult with tons of trees and it goes through the woods.
|10/13/2010 5:59:41 PM
||[tube]ccPmepkOR9Q[/tube] Cool idea, I lol'd at 10:13
|10/13/2010 5:30:04 PM
|10/13/2010 5:07:43 PM
||I'm disappointed in the captions up to this point.
|10/13/2010 5:06:50 PM
|| I'm up for that. Boise State, TCU, and Ohio State have (at least) one thing in common. They don't belong in a title game.
|10/13/2010 5:05:12 PM
|| No way I'm getting rid of my sierra board.
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