Word scrambling

Jones, Scott (GE Money, consultant) Scott.1Jones at ge.com
Wed Apr 22 15:08:34 MDT 2009


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>Behalf Of Mike Lovell
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>Subject: Re: Word scrambling
>Jones, Scott (GE Money, consultant) wrote:
>> Does anything ready to run exist that will take as input several 
>> words, and then output a string of those words, punctuated various 
>> ways, allowing one to shuffle and randomize the word group and then 
>> add words to the group now and then?
>dadadodo. http://www.jwz.org/dadadodo/
>probably not what you are looking for but hilarious non the 
>less. really funny to run using irc logs.

What I'd like to know is why, or rather how, my company's firewall and
routing h/w and s/w interprets, correctly or incorrectly, that a domain
such as www.jwz.org is 'dangerous' and thus prevents me from browsing
it. Any ideas how a corporate firewall would make such a decision? I'll
visit this link at home tonight. 

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