Let me introduce bash.org with the following quote:
<malaclypse> The general rule on about people on IRC seems to be "Attractive, single, mentally stable: choose two"
It is with this feeling in mind that bash.org is so funny. If you’re not familiar with IRC then you’ll probably not quite get half of the humour.
Basically IRC is a text based chat centred around a server (IRC Server) and the content of bash.org is taken from server logs.
There are some syntactic nuances such as being able to change one’s alias, and also the ability to "mimic" actions (represented as a text reference to said action). Once you’ve got this knowledge under your belt, let me save you some time and point you in the general direction of here
I’ll now leave you with this last quote.. how apt..
<FreeFrag> The most secure computer in the world is one not connected to the internet.
<FreeFrag> Thats why I recommend Telstra ADSL.