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halp with gap, just so I know it's there

Is there a number that determines what page you'll get porn on when you search for seemingly innocent terms? I just searched for hijab for good pictures to use in my senior seminar presentation, and page four featured a nearly nude woman. Then page five featured a woman touching herself while wearing hijab. No, I'm not using either one of those.

Variables would include controversy factor, number of people who fetishize what you're searching for, and the probability of porn already out there featuring it.

Bonus points if you have some type of safe search on.

Also, while trying to download the GAP (no, not the clothes) to Yoshi in the library earlier, I got this error.

C:\Documents and Settings\MYNAME\My Documents\gap4r4p12-win.zip could not be saved, because the source file could not be read.

Try again later, or contact the server administrator.


And I tried everything, even FTP-ing it. I would download it to Dora, but these days I'm on Yoshi much more often. If all else fails I'll see if I can dump it on Thawspace somewhere on campus.

(Yes, this is important. That group demands classifying, damnit, and all I can do at the moment is eliminate the ones I know it isn't. Which is... four of them. Eleven more to go.)

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sharnjilraedan
Apr. 22nd, 2009 11:57 pm (UTC)
Now, I ponder; Could we form some characteristic function, in which the more innuendo a word has associated with it, or more scandal with it increases it's number. So you could just make the characteristic function such that it's subadditive (I don't think you need pure additivity), and finite. I want to say sigma finite, so given any infinite string of words, it'll give a finite result.