Posting X-Day pictures to alt.binaries.slack

From: Modemac <>
Newsgroups: alt.slack,alt.binaries.slack
Date: Tue, Jul 7, 2009 7:54 AM

Most of the pictures from X-Day XII are probably going to come from
Web-based photo galleries, i.e. MySpace, Photobucket, Facebook, and so
on. It would still be good to take the time and post your photos to
alt.binaries.slack as well -- because unlike those other sites,
alt.binaries.slack is UNCENSORED.

Getting access to Usenet binaries groups is harder than it used to be.
See my wiki page for some advice:

Also, you'll need to get off your butt and install some newsgroup
reader software. The two most popular are Forte Agent ( ) and the pan newsreader ( ). But once you have a newsgroup reader
installed, you will be able to experience Usenet newsgroups in all
their glory -- including alt.binaries.slack, if you have access to the
binaries groups.

Rev. Ivan Stang posted yesterday, July 6, 2009: "Anybody who
snail-mails me a disk, I will put them on
alt.binaries.slack and somewhat more carefully selected ones on
SubSITE. We are as vain as anybody and take care to use only the most
flattering or disgusting pictures."
The High Weirdness Project


Subject: Re: Posting X-Day pictures to alt.binaries.slack
From: Bunny day <>

On Jul 7, 5:50 pm, Modemac <> wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Jul 2009 15:08:51 -0700 (PDT), Valerie <>
> wrote:
> >yup. i'm a man. so you can stop sexually harassing me. kthnxdie
> Okay, you're a man. That's it, I'm totally turning gay now.
> --

i said the same thing when i found out she was a chick.


From: "Rev. Ivan Stang" <>

You did? God damn it, now I'm gonna have to become a transexual just
to keep up. AGAIN!


Subject: Re: Posting X-Day pictures to alt.binaries.slack
From: Bunny day <>

you can be bunnysexual then it doesn't really matter.


Subject: Re: Posting X-Day pictures to alt.binaries.slack
From: Zapanaz <>

On Tue, 7 Jul 2009 09:36:46 -0700 (PDT), Lord Cyclohexane
<> wrote: >
>I don't remember the details, but in the past, Stang has talked about
>a private group that he goes through for Usenet access. Apparently,
>as so many ISPs have dropped free access to Usenet, a fair number of
>private groups are now selling access. I checked out the one he'd
>recommended, and their price was pretty fair (IIRC, $20 / month for
>unlimited access to archives going back as far as they've got
>archives, which I believe was 2003).
>Hopefully he or someone else using a private provider will mention
>some details.

I just switched to Giganews, their service has been excellent.

I don't do binaries groups much, just a handful of things I grab from
alt.binaries.slack from time to time, so I went with their cheapest
account, $7.95 a month. As time goes by I might find I need more than
the download limit I get with that, but I'm guessing not. I think I
get 10 gigs download total for the month with my account.

International Satanic Conspiracy
Customer Support Specialist
I think there should be a separate Horseman of the Apocalypse just for

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