Anti-aliasing

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Anti-aliasing is a complicated self-internalization process. The word comes from the Greek 'anti' and the Latin 'alias', which means "one who despises his or her real name". The average AOL user changes their alias, or "screen name", several hundred times a day in an attempt to validate their existence. Popular existence-validating screen names include "Thundercunt" and "Retardoman".

Anti-aliasing also refers to a protest movement started in Eyetooth, Missouri when citizens became fed up with the dreary twaddle on cable television. They expressed their indignation by staging a mass synchronized cable-cutting at the beginning of the hit TV show Alias. The resulting electrical fires are often referred to as the Bombing of Dresden. After the tragedy, several similarly-themed television drama series protest factions arose, such as Law and Disorder and CSI-LLY.