I think the implied domain for bad behavior was 'PerlMonks'. :)
Finding a bug in the site and causing that to display would certainly be classed as bad behavior though, and would probably warrant more than an electric shock - a garrotte might be more appropriate.
If you don't know what Goatse is, consider yourself lucky... and don't go looking for it either.
"Half of all adults in the United States say they have registered as an organ donor, although only some have purchased a motorcycle to show that they're really serious about it."
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