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Anyone interested in InfoSeek founder Steve Kirsch's proposal to scan the brains of travelers as a means to defeat terrorism might wish to tune in to 'Online Tonight' with David Lawrence Thursday, 4 October at 10:00 pm EST to hear us take the piss out of him live.

We recently ridiculed Kirsch's proposal, much to the delight of the Online Tonight staff, who have invited us to appear.

We've since asked the show's producer, the irresistable Teutonic Titwillow Lili Von Schtupp, to persuade Kirsch to challenge the dreaded Vulture live on the air, face to beak. At this writing we don't know if he's accepted our challenge or not, but we'll update this item as soon as we know one way or the other.

The show will also be Web-cast Thursday at 10:00 pm EST and can be accessed here. ®

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