PayPal, or PayBully?

My son tried to make a purchase yesterday using my PayPal account. The payment was declined by PayPal.

Unfortunately, you’ve hit your initial PayPal sending limit of $10,000.00 USD. That’s why your recent payment was declined.
Your sending limit is the maximum amount of money you can send or use for purchases before you need to become Verified.
We place initial limits on all accounts to increase security and help prevent fraud. Once you link and confirm a bank account or get approved for PayPal credit, your account will be Verified and you’ll be able to make as many payments as you like with PayPal.

My reaction was complete incredulity. They were fine pushing my money through their service right up until, apparently, the moment I spent too much money? WTF?

I took a day to stew over how to handle it. Then I sent this reply.

Yesterday you rejected a payment on the premise that I have “exceeded my spending limit”. Let’s break this down logically, shall we? In order to exceed my limit – a completely arbitrary limit set by you – I had to pass $10K through your service. Since sellers who use your service kick back a substancial fee to you per transaction, that means you’ve made a great deal of money from transactions made by me and members of my family.
But that’s not good enough for you. No. You insist that, in order to continue utilizing your service, I must provide you with my bank account information or use your credit card for future transactions.
I’m not sure what it is that motivates this strong-arm action on your part. Is it greed? Control? What? All I know is that what you are demanding makes no rational sense to me.
I will not provide you with my bank account information. Why would I do that, when you’re regular targets of hackers – particularly Anonymous hackers – who would be able to run wild with my financial information? Nor will I be coerced into using your credit card.
I passed $10K through your system over the past several years. I will not pass one additional penny though it. Find someone else to strong-arm. I have other options that don’t involve being bullied by a service provider.

To summarize: PayPal can kiss my lily-white ass.

Ode to Alene (apols. White Stripes) [Update: ABC moosed] [More Updates: #POPCORN!]

Alene Alene Alene Ale-eeene

I’m begging of you, please don’t leave your fans
Alene Alene Alene Ale-eeene
please don’t leave us just because you can
your snarkage is beyond compare
with flaming gobs of overshare
with shell-thin skin
and eyes of bilious green
your blog is such a poisonous thing
of your moose knuckles we do sing
Tim Blair cannot compete with you Alene
Bolt talks about you in his sleep
and there is nothing they can do to keep
from crying when we call your name, Alene
Alene Alene Alene Ale-eeene
I’m begging of you please don’t leave your fans
Alene Alene Alene Ale-eeene
please don’t leave us even though you can
well we can’t easily understand
how you can easily leave your fans
you do not know what you mean to us Alene
well you could have your choice of friends
but we could never laugh again
you’re the only one for us Alene
and I had to had to have this talk with you
my happiness depends on you
and whatever you decide to do Alene
Alene Alene Alene Ale-eeene
We’re begging of you please don’t leave your fans
please don’t leave us
even though you can
~dissolves into anguished sobs~

Show your support for Alene – vote here:


UPDATE:   Has Our ABC been moose’d ?  See comment below, then updates at Bolt’s, and this by Beck.

UPDATE 2:   So, whodunnit?  Your guesses here.

UPDATE 3:   MOOSE TRAP [Tim Blair]

UPDATE 4:  Bolt – “This is unbelievable. Insane anti-Liberal hatred is now so mainstream that not only is the most florid facsimile of it by a parodist published, no questions asked, by the ABC, but the Sydney Morning Herald still treats it as genuine even after the ABC very belatedly smells a rat.” CLICK

UPDATE 5:  Tim Blair responds to ABC online editor Jonathan “It was plausible!” Green – “I know this, son: if someone came to me with a story about moose and genitals and a female Labor premier, it’d have to pass some serious tests prior to publication.”  Click for more.

UPDATE 6:  She’s baaaaack! #WINNING

UPDATE 7:   Unjustly accused! Oh, c’mon guys.  Lies and calumny!

UPDATE 8:  Alene Composta {hearts} Jonathan Holmes! And Bolt has a look at Alene’s email to Jonathan Green.

UPDATE 9:  Oh, my.  Andrew Bolt’s column pinging Jonathan Green and “our” ABC; Tim Blair has the Compleat Composta Timeline; and yes: it is just like a “Car Crash In Slow Motion”.

UPDATE 10:  For any newcomers, I suggest you start with Tim Blair’s timeline of L’Affaire Composta which takes you from the beginning to today (19 March) and work your way back.


What were you looking for?

What are you looking for?

Recent search terms which have led people to this blog

gemma arterton, australian flag, goatse, ann coulter, australia map, mankini, australia, iga, danica patrick, michelle obama, puffin, army, apollo 11, brazilian wandering spider, steve urkel, sandwich, kristanna loken, peugeot 907, australian spider, mieke buchan, obama countdown clock, koala, dogs, funny dogs, harpy eagle.

All someone needs to do now is compose a post which includes all of those terms, with maybe a “sarah palin nude” &/or “palin bikini” (two close runners-up) thrown in for added sparkle, and we’ll have the dream post everyone’s looking for.

Anyone game?

Dear Mr Conroy #6


Mr Conroy, and his new friend...


Again Im having a little trouble deciding an action. Can you in your all encompassing wisdom help me out again. 

Boxers or jocks? 

I have no great bias either way, but if you decide Jocks can you please ban ones that are too tight, or made of no-breathing material? Nylon undies can be a bit like steaming the goolies if the temp is a bit high, so I think a ban is in order. 

With ALL due respect…

Saudi Rock Musicians Risk Arrest

This is truly great news.

“The last three years have seen an explosion in the kingdom’s underground music scene, with bands playing everything from hip-hop and rock to punk and death metal. There are currently more than 40 bands quietly rocking the nation, playing gigs in private homes, in residential compounds that house foreign workers and in tents in the middle of the vast Saudi desert.

But rocking in Riyadh and moshing in Mecca have their risks. The dreaded Mutaween — the Saudi religious police tasked with enforcing Shariah, the nation’s strict Islamic law, feel you have to suffer if you want to sing the blues. They’ve arrested band members for holding concerts without permits, and they’ve charged some concert organizers with money laundering, according to Saudi musicians and human rights organizations that monitor the oil-rich kingdom.

The threat to the Saudi regime isn’t the music itself, but rather the kingdom’s teenagers and young adults, who have grown up with computers, iPhones and satellite TVs, said human rights advocate Ali Alyami.

“The biggest threat to Saudi stability isn’t Al Qaeda. It’s the Saudi youth. None of their needs or demands are being met.

“There’s no jobs and people can’t date. They see what their counterparts around the world have, and they want it too.”

More than half of the kingdom’s 28 million residents are under 25, and educated and tech-savvy youths who are drawn to the sounds of the West are using Internet tools like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace to get their ya-ya’s out.”

The power of western popular culture: Is there anything it can’t do? I predict Iran’s illegitimate government will fail first, but once that happens the Saudi’s are toast.

The kids are all right!

Obama Chooses to be Overshadowed by Apple Tablet Computer

OK, see if you can discern the logic here. This morning, Apple sent out invitations for an unveiling event of a new product on January 27th, which is almost certainly going to be the long rumored tablet; the most anticipated Apple product since the iPhone. More anticipated than the iPhone, in fact.

Then, this afternoon, President Obama announces that he’s going to give his State of the Union Address, also on January 27th.

Now, the Apple event is scheduled for 10AM California time, which is 1PM Washington D.C. time, while Obama’s SotU speech will be at 9PM Washington time – eight hours after the Apple event begins.

Now, I had to ask myself, “Self, why would Obama announce, on the same day Apple announced, an event eight hours later, on the same date, January 27th?” Could he and his handlers be so stupid as to not know that the intertubes will be cooking with Apple Tablet talk when Obama and his Teleprompter take the stage?

mmmmmmmmNo. Probably not.

Then I had to ask myself, “Self, why does Obama want his SotU speech to be buried beneath an avalanche of Apple buzz?”

Could it be that, Obama’s Approval Index sucks, and he wants his SotU event to be off the radar?

Could it also be that, Scott Brown’s polling rocks, and he seems poised to pull the upset of the century by pulling, “Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat” out from under the DNC-anointed Martha Coakley, and that would be a slap-in-the-face referendum on the Obama administration?

mmmmmmYeah, that’s what I suspect.


Rupert vs Google II

An interesting take…

The art of verbal self-defense can be tricky. Ramble on while defending yourself against critics, and you can expose yourself to new criticisms. For a recent and clear case study in this misstep, look no further than Google’s own Eric Schmidt. In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece titled “How Google Can Help Newspapers,” Schmidt set out to argue what has been said a million times before, and what everyone but news executives in denial will admit: The Internet isn’t killing news, it’s forcing it through a painful evolution into a new business model.

The op-ed came a few days after Rupert Murdoch made a gutsy bluff to block Google from indexing stories on News Corp.’s sites. Murdoch is no dummy, and all his huffing and posturing is aimed less at preserving a dead business model than at testing his leverage in a new one –- the way a mischievous kid tests a new babysitter to see what he can get away with. And it was cunning of Schmidt to push Murdoch back on his own playground. But in the course of stating the obvious –- Google isn’t killing newspapers –- Schmidt made a few spurious arguments of his own.

Read on.

Teh Interwebs

“That was the day this baby was born,” Mr Kleinrock said.

And yes, by ARPANET, a branch of the US military, no less.

Sorry, Al.*

*And, yes. That link was checked before posting.

Mr Kleinrock, Mr Cerf… have we some debate?


This whole Internet shamozzle – ARPANET, Kleinrock, Cerf, Gore – has some weird names behind it!

PPS Oh yeah, and the Interwebs turns 40 around now.

Well done, Kevin (you fuckhead)

It’s sickeningly ironic. In his efforts to stop Australians accessing the nastiest shit out there on the web, Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, has made a collection of it all in one handy place that anyone on the planet with an Internet connection can now easily access thanks to it invariably being leaked.

Old news, sure.  I just wanted to say Fuck You Rudd You Stupid Fucking Lefty Twat.

Not only is some of the worst illegal stuff out there more easily accessible now, other sites which are nowhere near illegal are also on Kevin’s blacklist. Result? Average citizens’ freedoms stripped away. More freedom for those who strip others’ freedoms away.



A few minor changes have been made to the post.


It turns out that blacklist is about nine years old. So, sorry on that one Kevin. Still, it begs the question as to why this wasn’t made abundantly clear from the beginning.

Recommended Reading

Just a note for those of us who are readers of Rafe Champion that he has recently completely revised his “Full Index” page on his blog The Rathouse in order “to make the bits and pieces on the site easier to find.”  (He adds, “I hope!”)

It looks great to me, makes it easy to find articles by topic, and includes among other things a comprehensive list of his articles on the Rathouse site as well as on others such as as Club Troppo and Catallaxy.

If for some reason any of y’all aren’t readers of Rafe’s work, I highly recommend going over and having a look.   For me, it looks like I’m going to have a bit of down-time with only sporadic internet access this week so I’m busy downloading some of his “back catalog” for when I feel the need for some brain-food.

And, oh well, as long as I’m plugging blogs here, although I only recently “discovered” it (hey, make allowances for me; I’m still a relative newbie), I really recommend the skepticlawyer blog, if you’re not already a reader of it.  I only found it via a link during the recent “blog wars,” but I’ve been clicking over now when I get a chance lately and have found some interesting posts there.  From what I’ve read so far, the two bloggers, SkepticLawyer and Legal Eagle, don’t seem to have much interest in snarking or point-scoring and I’ve found it (again, only from my limited reading so far) to be a pleasant oasis of intelligent and civil discussion and analysis.

Two recent posts I think might interest some of our regulars here:  yesterday’s “Something Rotten in the State of WA” (as the Sandgropers among us ask “…and this is news?”) and one from earlier this month, “Right to a child versus rights of a child.”

Anyway, you’ll find both Rafe’s blog and the Skepticlawyer blog over on our blogroll.  Have a poke around and see what you think.


[EDIT 17 March 5:45am – AUGH!  I just realised that I spelled “Skeptic” in SkepticLawyer wrong  (the Aussie c, not Yank k way).  And not once, not twice, but a beautifully consistent three times above.  Sorry, guys.  Fixed.]


A dire warning from Tim Blair:

“He’s watching us, people. Remain vigilant.”

Be afraid.  Be very afraid.

Blog Wars Redux

The latest in the Blog Wars (you really have to follow the links & comments to get the gist):

Andrew Bolt

Tim Blair

J.F. Beck

Teh PP-Boyz

Lavatory Rodeo

Skeptic Lawyer

… and even Ned the Bear?!?

Wake me up when it's over, m'kay?

spot_the_dog sez: "Wake me up when it's over, m'kay?"

UPDATE:  via Margo’s Maid’s Shadowlands another pup, having trouble maintaining interest, succumbs to sleep


UPDATE #2: Margo’s Maid’s Shadowlands also has some terrific commentary and link rounds-up on the all-singin’ all-dancin’ Goat Rodeo this blog war is morphing into.  Circle the wagons and Nerd Wars Update.”

Go.  Read.

‘Conversatives’ are stoopid. Apparently.

Not having much time (or inclination, it must be said) to prowl around the dark reaches of the Left-o-sphere these days, I am a little unfamiliar with the goings-on there.  When an acquaintance dropped me a line to let me know that a comment I had made on Andrew Bolt’s blog yesterday had (within hours) been cut ‘n’ pasted (out of context of course) into comments on a new Crikey blog, and that another commenter had cut ‘n’ pasted my “About” section from this blog there as well, I dropped in to have a look.  [Memo ‘Bertus’:  If in future you want to debate and/or further discuss any of my comments, I’m perfectly amenable to it – on the blog on which I originally made said comments.  Engage, don’t speculate and snipe.]

Anyway.  Back to Crikey’s new blog.  Meh. Not overly impressed, but – whatever.  There’s plenty of room for everyone on the Interwebs I guess, hey?  Chacun à son goût & all that. But since people with whom I’ve never knowingly corresponded on a blog on which I’ve never commented were somewhat interested in me and my life, I went to have a look at their link to a site by the same authors  which is dedicated to “watching” Andrew Bolt and Tim Blair (does that sound more than a little creepy to anyone else?).

This was the most recent comment on the most recent post there:


See how the blogosphere can bring us together?  Here’s a great chance for bipartisan across-the-aisle diplomatic relations.  Because I don’t rightly know what conversative ignorance” *is*, but it surely sounds like something I’d be willing to stand up against as well.

Ignorant conversatives of the internets, consider yourselves now on notice!   Conversative ignorance is a curse up with which we Rethuglican Sheepletards will not put.      (You will later be joined in Coventry by those happy haters willing to condemn others as ignorant without even understanding the difference between your & you’re and there & their themselves.)

Well.  Anyway.  Like the Black guy sez“And that’s my rant.“*

(*Sorry Kevin ;-))

UPDATE: Mythusmage joins our bipartisan non-denominational Fatwa against ‘Conversative Ignorance’ – with a slightly different tack…

In which mild-mannered spot_the_dog is accused of being a denialist fraudster and key participant in a global conspiracy.

See updates here.

winged monkey attack brigade patch

Heh.  I’m sayin’, heh.

Vast Right Wing Conspiracy (VRWC) Logo

Further thought-bubble:  VRWC rank-wise, is that above or below being a  Racist Rethuglican Sheepletard?

Update on Kevin’s highspeed Interweb access plan

Via Jennifer Hewett at the Australian (sorry it’s a bit late and all).

Basically, it’s fucked. Telstra don’t want to build a nationwide fibreoptic highspeed Kruddtastic network, but even if they did, they’re locked out of negotiations on a legal technicality. Kevni wants a return on his investment but his plan is totally nonviable (sure, bloggers should have checked that out before the election but you know, there is a media out there who get paid to do such things for the sake of the public benefit). Basically, it ain’t gonna happen anytime soon. Still, at least we don’t have to worry about a computer for every school kid. Remember that one? Yep we all do.

VOTE! ABC Poll on “Global Warming” PASS IT ON! [UPDATE: ABC Spits the Dummy] [UPDATE 2: Evidently, I’m a lying fraudster. Either that, or someone needs a new tin foil hat]

Via Andrew Bolt:

ABC News Radio today is asking listeners the following multiple-choice question on its web site:

Is Global Warming to blame for the current heatwave in Australia?

– Global Warming is a myth

– Yes


One of those answers has so far been ticked by 90.4 per cent of respondents. Guess which, and dare hope.

Spot sez … ** Go here to vote, or if that link doesn’t work the poll can also be found here **

*and if you were to clear your cache, you could conceivably vote more than once – the Chicago Way.  Not that you would.  I was just sayin’.

** Screen shots of ABC poll results and updates (and a bit of controversy and more updates!) below the fold: Read the rest of this entry »

Attention: Richard Ryan

♦ ♦ ♦

NOTICE TO RICHARD RYAN from Blog Administration:

You have been warned many, many times in the past 12 months that if you keep up your personal harassment of people on this blog, we reserve the right to print selected comments of yours in full, including your various email addresses and IP addresses, and also to contact your ISP(s) and/or other relevant authorities.

The fact that you have continued submitting abusive comments to this blog even after those warnings would seem to imply that you consent to the details of said comments being made public.

Take this as your final warning that the next abusive comment you submit to this blog will result in the public release of a select collection of your previous abusive comments from the past year, including details of the IP and email addresses from which you submitted them.


See UPDATE here and hereAlso.

JK’s 10 Commandments of Blogging (via Scooter)

Following is one of Ash’s favourite pieces  by reader JK at Andrew Bolt’s blog, helpfully unearthed from the archives for us by fellow Bolt-blogger Scooter.  Ash referred to it often, and I thought it was definitely worth a reprint:

In the pathetic attempt to pay off my brownie point debt to my wife, I spent some time in the garden yesterday. While digging up some weeds I uncovered a rather worn, heavy stone tablet, with what looked like Aramaic engravings on it. After consulting my friend Gel Mibson I have managed to decipher it as follows:


  1. Thou shalt not needlessly quibble about spelling and grammar. It is inevitable that your next post will contain an error and be pounced upon by a pack of hungry pedants.
  2. Thou shalt avoid the endless Hatfield-McCoy feud with other bloggers. If you haven’t changed their mind or sufficiently belittled them in 3-4 posts, you’re not going to manage it in 34 posts either.
  3. Thou shalt not mercilessly hammer those who don’t use their real names. Get over it, they must have their reasons. Mind you, changing names endlessly is also not on.
  4. Thou shalt not over generalise the Left V Right thing.We know they’re mortal enemies but be specific.
  5. Thou shalt not cut and paste swathes. It provides good finger exercise scrolling but little else.
  6. Thou shalt occasionally forgive others so that you too may be forgiven. We all have lousy days and sometimes post something we regret afterwards.
  7. Thou shalt not constantly try to censor others. Leave it to higher powers. Remember universal agreement equals universal boredom.
  8. Thou shalt encourage the odd bit of humour.Let the lead balloons sink naturally without giving them an extra push.
  9. Thou shalt be careful not to put the wrong words in the wrong mouth. An occasional sorry never killed anyone either.
  10. Thou shalt not bite the hand that feeds you. Nibbling Andrew’s hand is OK just don’t maul it. Yes he does stir some of us up at times but if it’s any consolation my guess is his wife and kids get stuck into him about the blog.

So there you are then. Obviously most of us have sinned against the commandments at times, but that’s what confession is for.
Those apostates who wish to modify the commandments are obviously free to do so without the risk of divine retribution.  I’m pretty sure.

J.Kondoulis of dr j’s house
Sun 29 Oct 06 (01:45pm)


UPDATE:  If you have any reminiscences or memories of Ash you would like to share, or would like to leave a message of condolence to her family, you may do so here.

Just sayin’, is all…




On the Internet,

Nobody Knows You’re a Dog



*The above cartoon by Peter Steiner has been reproduced from page 61 of July 5, 1993 issue of The New Yorker, (Vol.69 (LXIX) no. 20)only for academic discussion, evaluation, research and complies with the copyright law of the United States as defined and stipulated under Title 17 U. S. Code.

A message to my special friend

Dear Richard Ryan; Read the rest of this entry »

McCain’s Perfect Choice for a Running Mate: Governor Sarah Palin

While most of the pedantic, two-dimensional, inside-the-box-thinking, conservative political hacks are touting Tom Ridge for the slot (Not a bad guy, but…), David Freddoso notes a far superior choice has been proposed: The Republican Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.

I believe this is a truly inspired idea. Gov. Palin ran as an anti-corruption outsider, and handily defeated a corrupt and entrenched Republican political machine. Plus, at 44, she would almost totally wipe the “age issue” McCain has off the slate, and since Obama is only two years her senior, there is no way they could attack her for her youth and inexperience: She has much more executive experience than Senator Obama has.

Not to mention the fact that, she’s a gorgeous woman who exudes mass quantities of charisma…


and has a super-solid family life.


Dibs on the eldest daughter! LOL!

This inspired choice would allow McCain to actually capitalize on his “maverick” persona, as Gov. Palin shook Alaska politics to the core: She’s a charming, charismatic woman, but she can also play with the big boys and kick ass.

What say ye?

UPDATE: Things are looking optimistic!

UPDATE II: Welcome to all 4500 8000 40,000 in the past few hours (so far!) people visiting us from Google. We’re a fairly opinionated right-wing blog, and you might like to take a look at our “About” page. You might also be interested in our other coverage of Sarah Palin and whether she becomes a prospective Vice President of the United States. You can find this coverage here and here. Personally, I hope she does, but you can feel free to debate the idea in comments below. All first comments are moderated, but unless you either insult or use severe profanity (and I mean severe by my standards, which generally only means the C U Next Tuesday word or the implication that someone has had a rather enjoyable erotic experience with someone who has borne a child), however if you come up with a new one, I may simply delete your comment. I, and all other contributors to this blog are more than fair in what we permit.

UPDATE III: Nayr Drahcir, don’t bother even trying. You will not be published.

UPDATE IV: A lot of people must like Palin.

UPDATE V: More coverage of Governor Sarah Palin and a theme song here.

UPDATE VI: Funniest observation on the announcement yet: “Put Obama and Palin on a basketball court one on one. Winner takes all!”

UPDATE VII: [spot_the_dog] No, we do not have any pictures of “Sarah Palin + Naked,” nor do we have any of “Sarah Palin + Swimsuit.” In the past 24 hours, there have been 157 separate searches on this site for “Sarah Palin Swimsuit,” and 161 separate searches for “Sarah Palin Naked.” I repeat, we have no bathing suit, swim suit, bikini, or naked pictures of Sarah Palin. What kind of people do you think we are, anyway? 😉

UPDATE VIIa: [spot_the_dog] Ace has noticed a similar search phenomenon on his blog and has a theory…

UPDATE VIII: A well-rounded view of the selection of Sarah Palin for the Vice President Nomination can be found here.

UPDATE IX:  We got it!  YES!  Nude photo of Sarah Palin right here!  (C’mon.  You know you want to click.)

UPDATE X: Feel free to visit our main page and read the latest posts we’ve written.

Greetings from The Alamo City

Well, I have 2 of 3 moving trips out of the way, I obviously have myself reconnected to the intertubes, got a new washer, dryer, and fridge/freezer… and life is pretty damned cool. It’ll be a couple of hours before the beer in the fridge is cool though, and a few hours more before I have ice to mix drinks (Is there anything else ice is good for?).

It’s 68 degrees and windy… in San Antonio Texas… and my back is killing me! LOL!

Of Speedofart and Penisland…

Theo Spark has collected some interesting URLs from organisations that didn’t think their addresses through very well:

Once you’ve had a go at guessing, visit Theo to find out the core business of each of the above.

Local Idiot To Post Comment On Internet

Mylenek, a moron, prepares to publicly address the “dumbest shiz [he’s] evr seen!!!1!”

HAZEL PARK, MI—In a statement made to reporters earlier this afternoon, local idiot Brandon Mylenek, 26, announced that at approximately 2:30 a.m. tonight, he plans to post an idiotic comment beneath a video on an Internet website.

“Later this evening, I intend to watch the video in question, click the ‘reply’ link above the box reserved for user comments, and draft a response, being careful to put as little thought into it as possible, while making sure to use all capital letters and incorrect punctuation,” Mylenek said. “Although I do not yet know exactly what my comment will entail, I can say with a great degree of certainty that it will be incredibly stupid.”

Mylenek, who rarely in his life has been capable of formulating an idea or opinion worth the amount of oxygen required to express it, went on to guarantee that the text of his comment would be misspelled to the point of incomprehension, that it would defy the laws of both logic and grammar, and that it would allege that several elements of the video are homosexual in nature.

“The result will be an astonishing combination of ignorance, offensiveness, and sheer idiocy,” Mylenek said.

The Onion

World’s Oldest Bible, the Codex Sinaiticus, Now Online

Probably not everyone’s cup o’ tea, but I’ll be spending a lot of time on The Codex Sinaiticus website as soon as it’s fully operational.

There will be high resolution photos of every page of the manuscript, collected from several countries in which parts of the codex reside, as well as links to English and German translations of the old high Greek.

I can’t wait. Seriously.

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