By popular request, I decided to go ahead and put some provocative, yet incredibly tasteful photos of myself on the Internet... However, due to certain laws that our ever-vigilant Congress recently passed, I have been forced to restrict access to my Risqué Photo Gallery. You must now certify that you are over the age of 18 under penalty of perjury. Bummer, huh?
Fortunately, I found this marvelous "Java Age Detector" written by the talented Tim Macinta to CMA (literally...ROFL it off) and make sure that you actually are over 18. It takes the personal information you entered in your computer's preferences file and compares it against a government database.
So, you must verify that you indeed over 18 to view the Gallery. If you are under 18, click cancel! Otherwise, click continue, head on in, and behold... THE GODDESS! :-)
- Problems viewing the photos? If you are unable to get past the Age Detector it is probably because your name has been left out of the national age database. A small portion of the national age database was recently wiped out by the "Good Times" virus. Tim (the author of the Age Detector program) has generously offered to do all the technical and legal work of getting your name re-entered into the national database for the small fee of $800. Afterwards, he's got a really great deal on a bridge he'd like to sell you.
- Yes, the Age Detector also doubles as an IQ Detector.
- Yes, there are actually photos of me in the altogether in existence — however, my Mom has them in Austin and I'm under a year old in all of them... ;-)