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'''Palos Verdes'''<br />
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A name often used to refer to a group of coastal cities on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in southwestern Los Angeles County. Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and Rolling Hills Estates are the predominant cities in the area, with a part of San Pedro protruding on the eastern end of the peninsula. This affluent bedroom community is known for its dramatic views from the Palos Verdes Hills, schools, extensive horse trails, and high home prices; 5
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'''paranoia'''<br />
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27; 103; 116-117; in Boards mansion, 129; "dark crews" working for "the ancient forces of greed and fear" 130;  "a guy can't ever be too paranoid" 149; LAPD and Wolfmann's abduction, 151; "travelers invisible to others" 172; "What I want to keep you away from is vast..." 210; "paranoid hippie bullshit" 214; 221; 227; 248; 257; Pepe's, about "agencies of command and control" 265, 268; higher power running the Viggies, 301; 318; 332
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'''Padgett, Driscoll'''<br />
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45, girl playing Tetris at hashslingrz; "freelance Web-page designer"; singing with Pringle Chip Equation nerdcore band, 230; 294;
  
'''Parker Center'''<br />
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'''''padonki'''''<br />
204; See Glass House; 323
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139  - a counter-culture within the Russian-speaking Internet most famous for using a distinctive slang, known as padonkaffsky jargon or, alternatively, as Olbanian. The singular of padonki is padonok, an intentional misspelling of podonok, which means riff-raff, scoundrel, or scum; 331;
  
'''Parsons, Theophilus (1797-1882)'''<br />
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'''packet monkey'''<br />
91; "nineteenth-century commentator"; was Dane Professor of Law at Harvard from 1848 to 1870 and is remembered chiefly as the author of a series of useful legal treatises and some books in support of Swedenborgian doctrines.  
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58 - someone who intentionally inundates a website or network with data packets, resulting in a denial-of-service situation for users of the attacked site or network. Packet monkeys typically use tools created and made available on the Internet by hackers. Unlike a script kiddy, a packet monkey leaves no clues as to who is making the exploit, making the identity of a packet monkey more difficult to trace. In addition, a denial-of-service attack can be launched on a wider scale than attacks performed by script kiddies, making them more difficult to investigate.
  
'''Pasadena Freeway'''<br />
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Hackers look down on packet monkeys and often describe them as "bottom feeders." Because a packet monkey uses tools created by others, the packet monkey has little understanding of the harm that may be caused. Typically, packet monkey exploits are random and without any purpose other than the thrill of making an effect. [http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/definition/packet-monkey Source]
The Pasadena Freeway or Arroyo Seco Parkway is the first freeway in the U.S. state of California, connecting Los Angeles with Pasadena alongside the Arroyo Seco. It is notable not only for being the first, mostly opened in 1940, but for representing the transitional phase between early parkways and modern freeways; 3
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'''Patek Philippe watch'''<br />
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'''Papa Doble'''<br />
348; Since 1868, Swiss luxury watch manufacture located in Geneva and the Vallée de Joux. Patek Philippe watches have enjoyed great demand among discerning collectors and watch connoisseurs of high social status and wealth.
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55 - the Daiquirí recipe from El Floridita that Hemingway drinks with A. E. Hotchner in his book ''Papa Hemingway''.
  
'''P-DIDdies'''<br />
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'''Paradise Garage, Danceteria'''<br />
122; 292; During the 1960s the Los Angeles Police Department created the Public Disorder Intelligence Division (PDID).  PDID vigilanty practiced spying & surveillance and kept extensive secret files on public officials and prominent civilians. The department was accused of numerous abuses involving how those files were used after then-LAPD Detective Jay S. Paul was found to have stored more than 100 boxes of sensitive dossiers in his home and garage and shared some of the material with right-wing individuals and groups, and was disbanded in 1983, replaced by an Anti-Terrorist Division; "P-DIDdies" perhaps riffs on rapper Sean Combs' stage name, P-Diddy; 295
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158 - The disco Danceteria was "Madonna's playground" in NYC in the 80s; The Paradise Garage was a NYC discotheque notable in the history of modern LGBT and nightclub cultures and in dance and pop music.
  
'''Pearls Before Swine'''<br />
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'''PARANOIA'''<br />
American psychedelic folk band formed by Tom Rapp in 1965 in Eau Gallie, now part of Melbourne, Florida. They released six albums between 1967 and 1971; T-shirt, 121
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Deep Web 10, 35, 57, 77-78; 83-84; "the garlic in life's kitchen" 11; hidden patterns, 22; "She hates it when paranoia gets real-world," 42; fucking fascists, 56-57; Eric Outfield, 57; 59; 80; 97; paranoia-calibration updates, 103; U.S. government and Montauk Project, 117; 146; 153; 167; paranoid halo, 183; urban myths, 197; Ice's tunnel, 197; nasal scans and cops, 203; military time travelers, 242; "the locker room back at Julia Richman" 275; 305; Reichstag fire, 317; 322; 325; 339; Bush's people, 349; 361; 378; "Who makes a case that Nero didn't set fire to Rome so that he could blame the Christians?" 378; 399; Internet, 420; 432
  
'''Penny'''<br />
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'''pari passu'''<br />
See [http://bleedingedge.pynchonwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=K Kimball, Penny]
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54, a Latin phrase that literally means "with an equal step" or "on equal footing." It is sometimes translated as "ranking equally", "hand-in-hand," "with equal force," or "moving together," and by extension, "fairly," "without partiality." [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pari_passu Wikipedia entry]
  
'''Pepe'''<br />
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'''penet.fi'''<br />
264; El Drano's roommate
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78 - The Penet remailer (anon.penet.fi) was a pseudonymous remailer (type 0) operated by Johan "Julf" Helsingius of Finland from 1993 to 1996. Its initial creation stemmed from an argument in a Finnish newsgroup over whether people should be required to tie their real name to their online communications. Julf believed that people should not &#151; indeed, could not &#151; be required to do so. In his own words:
  
'''Petunia'''<br />
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<blockquote>
see [[L#petunia|Leeward, Petunia]]
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"Some people from a university network really argued about if everybody should put their proper name on the messages and everybody should be accountable, so you could actually verify that it is the person who is sending the messages. And I kept arguing that the Internet just doesn't work that way, and if somebody actually tries to enforce that, the Internet will always find a solution around it. And just to prove my point, I spent two days or something cooking up the first version of the server, just to prove a point."</blockquote>
  
'''Pierce, Webb (1921-1991)'''<br />
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'''Pepillo Salcedo'''<br />
One of the most popular American honky tonk vocalists of the 1950s, charting more number one hits than any other country artist during the decade. For many, Pierce, with his flamboyant Nudie suits and twin silver dollar-lined convertibles became the most recognizable face of country music of the era and its excesses. His "There Stands The Glass" is an iconic country drinking song; 225
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16 - a municipality in the Monte Cristi Province of the Dominican Republic. It is the one on the shore located closest to Haiti.
  
'''Pink Floyd'''<br />
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'''Perejil Massacre'''<br />
English rock band, formed in 1965, who initially earned recognition for their psychedelic and space rock music, and later, as they evolved, for their progressive rock music.  Their first album, ''Piper at the Gates of Dawn'' was almost entirely written by Syd Barrett (1946-2006) who also played guitar and was lead vocalist. "Interstellar Overdrive," an approx 12-minute space-jam, was on the Floyd's first album. However, Syd quickly devolved into insanity, some say due to his prodigious use of psychedelic drugs, and he was almost entirely absent from the second album on; Rick Wright, 129; "Interstellar Overdrive" 299
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15 - a government-sponsored genocide in October 1937, at the direct order of Dominican President Rafael Trujillo who ordered the execution of the Haitian population living in the borderlands with Haiti. The violence resulted in the killing of 20,000 ethnic Haitian civilians during approximately five days.
  
'''Pink's'''<br />
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'''phantomware'''<br />
155; hot dog place on La Brea; 312
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87-88, PCM;
  
'''pinner'''<br />
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'''Philippa "Philly" Blunt'''<br />
191; a very skinny joint
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22 - Horst lover, as imagined by Maxine, named after a cheap cigar
  
'''Pipeline Pizza'''<br />
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'''Photoshop'''<br />
10-11; in the 'honky-tonk part of town'; Tuesday is 'Cheap Pizza Nite, when any size pizza, with anything on it, cost a flat $1.35'; one of Doc's hangouts in Gordita Beach, where he doesn't recognize anybody, 256
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45; Adobe Photoshop is a graphics editing program developed and published by Adobe Systems, popular with website designers.
  
'''"Pipeline"'''<br />
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'''''Picnic''''' (1955)<br />
124; 1963 surf tune by The Chantays
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81 - Film starring William Holden and Kim Novak, directed by Joshua Logan
  
'''Pixley, Mrs.'''<br />
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'''pigeon-drop artists'''<br />
148; owner of Knucklehead Jack's
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83 Pigeon drop is a confidence trick in which a mark or "pigeon" is persuaded to give up a sum of money in order to secure the rights to a larger sum of money, or more valuable object. In reality, the scammers make off with the money and the mark is left with nothing. In the process, the stranger (actually a confidence trickster) puts his money with the mark's money (in an envelope, briefcase, or sack) which the mark is then entrusted with. The money is actually not put into the sack or envelope, but is switched for a bag full of newspaper or other worthless material. Through various theatrics, the mark is given the opportunity to make off with money without the stranger realizing. In actuality, the mark would be fleeing from his own money, which the con man still has (or has handed off to an accomplice).
  
'''Pizza Man'''<br />
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'''Pimento, Jake'''<br />
366; where Sparky at Gotcha! usually orders post-midnight dinners; [http://www.pizzamandelivers.com/ Pizza Man] - He Delivers since 1964
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95, Horst's co-tenant at WTC;
  
'''Plastic Nickel'''<br />
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'''Pingo'''<br />
293;  
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164 - dances with Maxine at Chuy's Hideaway;
  
'''Polaroids'''<br />
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'''Pinot E-Grigio'''<br />
3; 42; 162
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20
  
'''Popeye and Bluto'''<br />
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'''Piraeus Diner'''<br />
326; Cartoon nemeses who fight for the affection of Olive Oyl.
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115, Mike the waiter
  
'''Porfirio'''<br />
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'''Pitt, Brad'''<br />
306; Chief cook on the ''Golden Fang'' who helps Shasta escape
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'''porte cochere'''<br>
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'''the Plateau'''<br />
125; Porch-like structure on the entrance of a building, large enough for vehicles, horses, and carriages to pass through, providing shelter from the weather.
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88 Le Plateau-Mont-Royal is a borough (arrondissement) of the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. There is a difference between the borough, Plateau-Mont-Royal—a political division of the City of Montreal—and the neighbourhood referred to as "the Plateau". The borough includes not only the Plateau proper, but also the neighbourhoods of Mile End (bounded by Avenue du Mont-Royal to the south and the Avenue Henri-Julien to the east) and the McGill Ghetto (bounded by University, Sherbrooke, Saint-Laurent and Pine). Both neighbourhoods are generally considered distinct from the Plateau.
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porte-cochere Wikipedia]
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'''Portola, the'''<br />
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'''Platt, Chandler'''<br />
342; Crocker Fenway's club, near Elysian Park
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280 - "a financial-community big shot and fixer of some repute"
  
'''Portola expedition'''<br />
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'''Plibber, Mrs.'''<br />
The Portola expedition, led by Gaspar de Portolà from July 14, 1769 to January 24, 1770, was the first known recorded attempt by Spain to explore Alta California by land. The purpose of the expedition was to secure bases in Upper California before the Russians; mural depicting, 343
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216 - Maxine's high-school drama teacher from hell
  
'''''Postman Always Rings Twice, The'' (1946)'''<br />
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'''Pokémon'''<br />
''Film noir'' drama based on the 1934 ''The Postman Always Rings Twice'' novel by James M. Cain. This adaptation of the novel is the best known, featuring Lana Turner and John Garfield; Doc's suit, 344
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131 - Collectable cards for kids - Maxine gives Kennedy "Gengar" and "Japanese Psyduck" - "West Indian proctologist"; 372;
  
'''Poteet, Sledge'''<br />
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15; referred Tariq Khalil to Doc who "helped him out of a situation back in '67"
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'''Prescott'''<br />
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'''Politics & Prose'''<br />
199; Arthur Tweedle's neighbor, "another countersubversive hobbyist"
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106 - aka P&P, is an independent bookstore located in Chevy Chase, Washington, D.C., on Connecticut Avenue. The store was founded in 1984 by co-owners Carla Cohen and Barbara Meade. Politics and Prose is known for its knowledgeable staff and is seen as a part of DC culture. Its author events attract a number of famous speakers, such as Bill Clinton and J.K. Rowling, and have a reputation for their astute audiences.
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'''Pollard case'''<br />
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105, in 1985
  
'''Presley, Elvis (1935-1977)'''<br />
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'''Pomona'''<br />
American singer and actor. A cultural icon, he is commonly known simply as Elvis and is also sometimes referred to as The King of Rock 'n' Roll or The King; 232; "Viva Las Vegas" 234; 243; reference to "All Shook Up" (1957): "Who do you thank when you have such luck? I'm in love, I'm all shook up"
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'''Price of Wisdom'''<br />
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'''Ponzi scheme'''<br />
276; "gourmet health-food joint off of Melrose" where Penny Kimball and Doc go;
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72
  
'''''Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The'''''<br />
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'''poutine'''<br />
204; a 1969 film, based on the novel of same name. It is remembered for Maggie Smith's performance in the title role, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress.  
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88, poutine is a common Canadian dish (originally from Quebec), made with french fries, topped with brown gravy and cheese curds. Sometimes additional ingredients are added.
  
'''Princess phone'''<br />
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'''Presidente longneck'''<br />
142; 147;
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164 cigar
  
'''Prussia, Adrian'''<br />
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'''Presley, Elvis'''<br />
183; one of Tito Stavrou's creditors, a loan shark; Puck Beaverton worked for him, 212; 267; holding loans to LAPD officers, 269; prime suspect in a number of homicides "and each time, upon intervention from the highest levels, he's walked" 272; "strange history with the California Public Code" 283; hit man, 320; "dropped like an acid tab into the mouth of Time" 327
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Jennifer Aniston as the next Elvis, 50; movie ''Girl Happy'', 464;  
  
'''Pukalani'''<br />
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'''prewar classic six'''<br />
306; in Maui, where Shasta runs into Flip after escaping; "Pukalani" is Hawaiian for "Heavenly Gates"
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'''Price, Vincent'''<br />
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'''Promis'''<br />
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104, data-sharing software; "A cash cow for Mossad" 248; In the mid-1970s, '''Inslaw''' developed for the United States Department of Justice a highly efficient, people-tracking, computer program known as Prosecutor's Management Information System (Promis). Inslaw's principal owners, William Anthony Hamilton and his wife, Nancy Burke Hamilton, later sued the United States Government (acting as principal to the Department of Justice) for not complying with the terms of the Promis contract and for refusing to pay for an enhanced version of Promis once delivered. This allegation of software piracy led to three trials in separate federal courts and two congressional hearings. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prosecutor%27s_Management_Information_System Wikipedia entry]
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'''Promoman'''<br />
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240 - In Deep Web, Eric's ad-business acquaintances, and his co-adjutor Sandwichgrrl;
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'''''Psycho''''' (1960)<br />
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92 - a 1960 American suspense/horror film directed by Alfred Hitchcock starring Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, John Gavin, and Janet Leigh. The screenplay is by Joseph Stefano, based on the 1959 novel of the same name by Robert Bloch loosely inspired by the crimes of Wisconsin murderer and grave robber Ed Gein.
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'''Pulitzer, Courtney'''<br />
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73, soirees
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'''''Pulp Fiction'''''<br/>
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386
  
'''PV'''<br />
 
143; Palos Verdes
 
  
 
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Padgett, Driscoll
45, girl playing Tetris at hashslingrz; "freelance Web-page designer"; singing with Pringle Chip Equation nerdcore band, 230; 294;

padonki
139 - a counter-culture within the Russian-speaking Internet most famous for using a distinctive slang, known as padonkaffsky jargon or, alternatively, as Olbanian. The singular of padonki is padonok, an intentional misspelling of podonok, which means riff-raff, scoundrel, or scum; 331;

packet monkey
58 - someone who intentionally inundates a website or network with data packets, resulting in a denial-of-service situation for users of the attacked site or network. Packet monkeys typically use tools created and made available on the Internet by hackers. Unlike a script kiddy, a packet monkey leaves no clues as to who is making the exploit, making the identity of a packet monkey more difficult to trace. In addition, a denial-of-service attack can be launched on a wider scale than attacks performed by script kiddies, making them more difficult to investigate.

Hackers look down on packet monkeys and often describe them as "bottom feeders." Because a packet monkey uses tools created by others, the packet monkey has little understanding of the harm that may be caused. Typically, packet monkey exploits are random and without any purpose other than the thrill of making an effect. Source

Papa Doble
55 - the Daiquirí recipe from El Floridita that Hemingway drinks with A. E. Hotchner in his book Papa Hemingway.

Paradise Garage, Danceteria
158 - The disco Danceteria was "Madonna's playground" in NYC in the 80s; The Paradise Garage was a NYC discotheque notable in the history of modern LGBT and nightclub cultures and in dance and pop music.

PARANOIA
Deep Web 10, 35, 57, 77-78; 83-84; "the garlic in life's kitchen" 11; hidden patterns, 22; "She hates it when paranoia gets real-world," 42; fucking fascists, 56-57; Eric Outfield, 57; 59; 80; 97; paranoia-calibration updates, 103; U.S. government and Montauk Project, 117; 146; 153; 167; paranoid halo, 183; urban myths, 197; Ice's tunnel, 197; nasal scans and cops, 203; military time travelers, 242; "the locker room back at Julia Richman" 275; 305; Reichstag fire, 317; 322; 325; 339; Bush's people, 349; 361; 378; "Who makes a case that Nero didn't set fire to Rome so that he could blame the Christians?" 378; 399; Internet, 420; 432

pari passu
54, a Latin phrase that literally means "with an equal step" or "on equal footing." It is sometimes translated as "ranking equally", "hand-in-hand," "with equal force," or "moving together," and by extension, "fairly," "without partiality." Wikipedia entry

penet.fi
78 - The Penet remailer (anon.penet.fi) was a pseudonymous remailer (type 0) operated by Johan "Julf" Helsingius of Finland from 1993 to 1996. Its initial creation stemmed from an argument in a Finnish newsgroup over whether people should be required to tie their real name to their online communications. Julf believed that people should not — indeed, could not — be required to do so. In his own words:

"Some people from a university network really argued about if everybody should put their proper name on the messages and everybody should be accountable, so you could actually verify that it is the person who is sending the messages. And I kept arguing that the Internet just doesn't work that way, and if somebody actually tries to enforce that, the Internet will always find a solution around it. And just to prove my point, I spent two days or something cooking up the first version of the server, just to prove a point."

Pepillo Salcedo
16 - a municipality in the Monte Cristi Province of the Dominican Republic. It is the one on the shore located closest to Haiti.

Perejil Massacre
15 - a government-sponsored genocide in October 1937, at the direct order of Dominican President Rafael Trujillo who ordered the execution of the Haitian population living in the borderlands with Haiti. The violence resulted in the killing of 20,000 ethnic Haitian civilians during approximately five days.

phantomware
87-88, PCM;

Philippa "Philly" Blunt
22 - Horst lover, as imagined by Maxine, named after a cheap cigar

Photoshop
45; Adobe Photoshop is a graphics editing program developed and published by Adobe Systems, popular with website designers.

Picnic (1955)
81 - Film starring William Holden and Kim Novak, directed by Joshua Logan

pigeon-drop artists
83 Pigeon drop is a confidence trick in which a mark or "pigeon" is persuaded to give up a sum of money in order to secure the rights to a larger sum of money, or more valuable object. In reality, the scammers make off with the money and the mark is left with nothing. In the process, the stranger (actually a confidence trickster) puts his money with the mark's money (in an envelope, briefcase, or sack) which the mark is then entrusted with. The money is actually not put into the sack or envelope, but is switched for a bag full of newspaper or other worthless material. Through various theatrics, the mark is given the opportunity to make off with money without the stranger realizing. In actuality, the mark would be fleeing from his own money, which the con man still has (or has handed off to an accomplice).

Pimento, Jake
95, Horst's co-tenant at WTC;

Pingo
164 - dances with Maxine at Chuy's Hideaway;

Pinot E-Grigio
20

Piraeus Diner
115, Mike the waiter

Pitt, Brad
49

the Plateau
88 Le Plateau-Mont-Royal is a borough (arrondissement) of the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. There is a difference between the borough, Plateau-Mont-Royal—a political division of the City of Montreal—and the neighbourhood referred to as "the Plateau". The borough includes not only the Plateau proper, but also the neighbourhoods of Mile End (bounded by Avenue du Mont-Royal to the south and the Avenue Henri-Julien to the east) and the McGill Ghetto (bounded by University, Sherbrooke, Saint-Laurent and Pine). Both neighbourhoods are generally considered distinct from the Plateau.

Platt, Chandler
280 - "a financial-community big shot and fixer of some repute"

Plibber, Mrs.
216 - Maxine's high-school drama teacher from hell

Pokémon
131 - Collectable cards for kids - Maxine gives Kennedy "Gengar" and "Japanese Psyduck" - "West Indian proctologist"; 372;

Politics & Prose
106 - aka P&P, is an independent bookstore located in Chevy Chase, Washington, D.C., on Connecticut Avenue. The store was founded in 1984 by co-owners Carla Cohen and Barbara Meade. Politics and Prose is known for its knowledgeable staff and is seen as a part of DC culture. Its author events attract a number of famous speakers, such as Bill Clinton and J.K. Rowling, and have a reputation for their astute audiences.

Pollard case
105, in 1985

Pomona
3

Ponzi scheme
72

poutine
88, poutine is a common Canadian dish (originally from Quebec), made with french fries, topped with brown gravy and cheese curds. Sometimes additional ingredients are added.

Presidente longneck
164 cigar

Presley, Elvis
Jennifer Aniston as the next Elvis, 50; movie Girl Happy, 464;

prewar classic six
98

Price, Vincent
31

Promis
104, data-sharing software; "A cash cow for Mossad" 248; In the mid-1970s, Inslaw developed for the United States Department of Justice a highly efficient, people-tracking, computer program known as Prosecutor's Management Information System (Promis). Inslaw's principal owners, William Anthony Hamilton and his wife, Nancy Burke Hamilton, later sued the United States Government (acting as principal to the Department of Justice) for not complying with the terms of the Promis contract and for refusing to pay for an enhanced version of Promis once delivered. This allegation of software piracy led to three trials in separate federal courts and two congressional hearings. Wikipedia entry

Promoman
240 - In Deep Web, Eric's ad-business acquaintances, and his co-adjutor Sandwichgrrl;

Psycho (1960)
92 - a 1960 American suspense/horror film directed by Alfred Hitchcock starring Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, John Gavin, and Janet Leigh. The screenplay is by Joseph Stefano, based on the 1959 novel of the same name by Robert Bloch loosely inspired by the crimes of Wisconsin murderer and grave robber Ed Gein.

Pulitzer, Courtney
73, soirees

Pulp Fiction
386


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