[Once again, this is 'news'? And it appears as if AntiOnline doesn't
 quite grasp what a 'ditty' is.
   Ditty \Dit"ty\, n.; pl. Ditties. [OE. dite, OF. diti['e], fr. L.
         dictatum, p. p. neut. of dictare to say often, dictate,
         compose. See Dictate, v. t.] 1. A saying or utterance; 
         especially, one that is short and frequently repeated; a
         O, too high ditty for my simple rhyme. --Spenser.
         2. A song; a lay; a little poem intended to be sung.
         ``Religious, martial, or civil ditties.'' --Milton. 
         And to the warbling lute soft ditties sing. --Sandys.


 Interesting Little AntiOnline Ditties
 Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at 21:02:31
 by John Vranesevich - Founder of AntiOnline


 AntiOnline currently has 879 'problem' IPs black-holed from
 accessing its network.

[Define 'problem'. Since AntiOnline blocks sites like the former
 PacketStorm Security, DisOrg, OSALL, and HackerNews, all because 
 they have a negative opinion of AntiOnline, it calls into
 question what 'problem' really means.]

 AntiOnline fields some 4,500 incoming e-mails a day.

['Fields'? I doubt they respond to 4,500 pieces of mail a day.
 Every person we talk to bitches about unanswered mail. Ranging from
 questions, to complaints about DoS attacks, and more.]

 AntiOnline sends out an average of nearly 1.2 million solicited
 e-mails a month (no spamming from us).

[False. AntiOnline picked up Meinel's HappyHacker subscriber 
 list apparently. Several people subscribed to the HH list suddenly
 found themselves receiving AntiOnline updates. This is not solicited.
 I receive *2* copies of each AntiOnline spam at my dimensional.com
 account, neither of which I subscribed to. Attempts to unsubscribe
 have been unsuccessful.]

 AntiOnline's Internal Databases currently contain information on
 some 6,000 'hackers'.

["But since you can't have it, you have to take our word for it. And
 since our 'clients' are kept quiet from NDA, they can't dispute it either.
 So hah!" If the information is anything like his recently obtained
 Forpaxe information, you should be scared at the validity of the information.
 He also holds information on a supposed 6,000 people, many of which
 have legal rights to challenge the information, and insist it not
 be included in it. These spam like databases are often wrong.]

 AntiOnline is quoted by a major news organization once every 3

[And? People like se7en and Carolyn Meinel are often repeatedly
 quoted by the media, yet it has been proven they are charlatans.]

 Over 17 seperate Military and Governmental agencies are currently
 signed up with AntiOnline's Internal Knowledge Base.

 AntiOnline's AntiSearch currently indexes over 131,000 pages of
 information related to computer security, hackers, and the

[AntiSearch also selectively ignores large information sites like
 the now defunct PacketStorm and Attrition. The flaky and
 *extremley buggy* search engine that creates over 2500 errors 
 in the Attrition logs alone?]