227 definitions by IrishrepublicanarmY

The use of cheaply sensational or unscrupulous methods in newspapers to attract and influence the readers.
99.3% of what is in tabloid newspapers is yellow journalism.
Por IRISHREPUBLICANARMY 26 de diciembre de 2003
Netiquette refers to the forms, manners and actions established by the Internet community as acceptable or required behavior in social interactions via e-mail. In other words, being polite to your fellow list subscribers. It is absolutely imperative that you familiarize yourself with the rules of netiquette before you launch headlong into participation in any sort of e-mail discussion list.

The established conventions of online politeness are called netiquette. Some conventions vary from site to site or online medium to online medium; others are pretty standard everywhere. Newbies are often unfamiliar with the conventional rules of netiquette and sometimes embarrass themselves accordingly. Be sure not to send that incredibly important e-mail message before reading about netiquette.
Those morons who flood the AIM chat rooms with porn ads need so learn some netiquette.
Por IrishRepublicanArmy 03 de enero de 2004
CHP
California Highway Patrol

the largest highway patrol organization in the world. with a VHF radio network that kicks LAPDs ass.
The CHP practicly owns the 42 MHz band, i can hear them in Virginia with high-skip days.
Por IrishRepublicanArmy 28 de octubre de 2003
FREQUENCY MODULATION

radio modulation techique where information (usally voice or music) is added to the signal and changed by varying the freqeuncy of the transmitter. FM is the most commonly used modulation for radio signals techneque above 30 MHz.

the term "FM" is also used to refer to the broadcast band from 88.1 to 107.9 MHz, using that same modulation mode.
FM signals have less static because changes in frequency do not pick up interferance that AM-modulated signals do.
Por IrishRepublicanArmy 17 de octubre de 2003
The day before Christmas
December 24th.
Por irishrepublicanarmy 24 de diciembre de 2003
The popular name for the monastic order called the Society of Jesus. The order was founded by Ignatius de Loyola in 1534, and was recognized by the pope in 1540. The mission of the Jesuits was in three areas: teaching, service to the nobility, and missionary work in foreign lands. Their greatest mark was made in education, and the Collegio Romano was their primary seminary.
See above....wait, the example is too short???
Por IrishRepublicanArmy 29 de diciembre de 2003
Mel Brooks' best movie, and one of the funnyest movies ever made, next to Airplane!
"Spaceball One"
Por IrishRepublicanArmy 13 de octubre de 2003

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