pal·in (pāl’ĭn) v. palined, palin·ing, palins 1. To flub, fail or otherwise stumble in response to simple, predictable questions in an interview; to give an off-topic and incoherent or syntactically suspect response to a simple, predictable question in an interview; to do likewise in any other human endeavor. 2. To fabricate an untruth, that is easily verifiable as such, in response to a question for which one does not know the answer.
DO THESE GLOWING BALLS MAKE ME LOOK FAT?
documentary about the norwegian metal churchburners
"The U.S. government is trying to force DNSSEC on the root zone file. The idea here is that DNSSEC is the only "sure" way to close the DNS cache poisoning problem that Dan Kaminsky publicized earlier this year. There's one problem. It doesn't completely close the hole."