You should never use these words on the Internet:

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Or, alternatively, use them all all the time. Either way, you will thwart efforts by the US Department of Homeland Security to Catch You! (If you are a bad guy.)

From here.

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6 Responses to You should never use these words on the Internet:

  1. oldebabe says:

    Ah-ha. Apparently, I’ve been `caught’ already, as I do use and have used many of the words you’ve shown as I write emails all over the U. S. And so have thousands of others. Do you suppose I and those thousands of others are being investigated as we speak? Too stupid.

  2. Pierce R. Butler says:

    So, no problem if you spell “lightning” correctly in a meteorological context?

  3. Uncle Glenny says:

    AMTRACK? CDC?

    [citation needed]

  4. Uncle Glenny says:

    You just had to let them know, Pierce, didn’t you?

  5. blindrobin says:

    I have the weapons grade Tamil Tiger nuclear car bomb bridge target warning organization weapons cache in Ciudad Juarez waiting for the storm of MYSQL injection brute force DDOS virus worm phishing crash lockdowns.

    No ?

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