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Author Topic: [MILK] There were 12 eggs here what did you do with them? (Happy thread?!)  (Read 10185755 times)

Taricus

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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53715 on: June 13, 2011, 10:36:25 pm »

Tank cats.

That page crashes Firefox. That's been happening a lot today, though. Maybe I should just damn upgrade.
Nope, No crash here, Using 3.6 on vista too.
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53716 on: June 13, 2011, 10:52:07 pm »

Tank cats.
That page crashes Firefox. That's been happening a lot today, though. Maybe I should just damn upgrade.
Nope, No crash here, Using 3.6 on vista too.
No crash either. Then again, I have NoScript and AdBlockPlus. They help when it comes to those issues. SpyBot Search & Destroy also uses immunization things for background protection. Also another safety measure.
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53717 on: June 13, 2011, 11:22:07 pm »

This song made me happy today.

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I am a weird person. I think its just because I disregard the meaning of the song, and I take joy in the tune itself.
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Re: [:3] Things that made you HAPPY today thread.
« Reply #53718 on: June 13, 2011, 11:59:41 pm »

Just...

J-J-J-JAM IT IN!!!!

What is that originally from?

A manga based on the visual novel Fate/Stay Night.
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53719 on: June 14, 2011, 01:11:54 am »

http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2011/06/13/bethesda-hacked-details-about-to-be-leaked/
An article about today's LulzSec w/ Bethesda; some of the comments in the comments section are priceless.
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Why donít they just hack the hackers!
For GODS SAKE, do I have to come up with the solution to EVERYTHING?!
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We canít hack them, they have all the internets! Do you have any idea how many gigabytes there are on the Internet? And how many of them are no longer under our control? There are servers in the cloud that can run thirty megahacks in parallel Ė and thatís just the modems!
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Euld

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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53720 on: June 14, 2011, 01:17:16 am »

Playing Mafia 2, and mostly enjoying it.  It's weird though, it seems like there's supposed to be sidequests, heck the map even marks NPCs to talk to, but the NPCs never, ever have jobs available.  Other than that, the game is kinda fun.

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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53721 on: June 14, 2011, 01:21:14 am »

Normally I'd be against that kind of thing but they like Call of Cthulhu and I liked Call of Cthulhu, and unlike some of the other haxxerz in the spotlight they're not doing anything really harmful.  Like one of the commenters said, they're sneaking into unlocked, unfenced houses in broad daylight, eating their food, and leaving a note saying "You should probably lock that"
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Acanthus117

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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53722 on: June 14, 2011, 01:56:28 am »

@Jam it in:
ROFLCOPTERS

THEY HAVE ARRIVED

Anyways, kicking ass and taking name in Mexico with my revolver and sawn-off shotty is kickass.

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Heliman

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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53723 on: June 14, 2011, 01:57:29 am »


This avatar.... Just doesn't fit. Whelp, back to the old one.
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53724 on: June 14, 2011, 01:58:17 am »

Make that an egg and I will sell you my first born son.
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53725 on: June 14, 2011, 02:00:26 am »

I.. I... that's gonna be done by someone else, LulzSec makes me ascared.
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53726 on: June 14, 2011, 02:02:50 am »

I'd like to use that one but it'll lose the egginess that I strive to emulate at all times.
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53727 on: June 14, 2011, 02:20:59 am »

http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2011/06/13/bethesda-hacked-details-about-to-be-leaked/
An article about today's LulzSec w/ Bethesda; some of the comments in the comments section are priceless.
Quote from: User 1
Why donít they just hack the hackers!
For GODS SAKE, do I have to come up with the solution to EVERYTHING?!
Quote from: User 2 mocking User 1
We canít hack them, they have all the internets! Do you have any idea how many gigabytes there are on the Internet? And how many of them are no longer under our control? There are servers in the cloud that can run thirty megahacks in parallel Ė and thatís just the modems!

Definitely a gold mine right there:

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Just because you can, doesnít always mean you should. What if this kind of carry on gives the people who want the internet ďreined inĒ more ammunition? Itís the continuing saga of a few making things inconveniant for the majority. If they happen to be viewing this site, two wordsÖgrow up.

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What if itís exactly why they do that? For all we know Lulz can be just a covert-op of governments wanting to have nice reasons to ďrein inĒ. Iím surprised few people seem to see that edge in all of this.

I have similar feelings about WikiLeaks btw. It all follows a pattern.

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Heliman

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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53728 on: June 14, 2011, 02:48:25 am »

All this lulzsec buisness makes me consider getting Tor (somthing I just learned about) and messing around the Deep Net- with the necessary precautions, of course. Have any of you guys delved down there before?
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Re: [Headpants!] Things you wore on your head today thread. (Happy Thread)
« Reply #53729 on: June 14, 2011, 03:17:03 am »

All this lulzsec buisness makes me consider getting Tor (somthing I just learned about) and messing around the Deep Net- with the necessary precautions, of course. Have any of you guys delved down there before?
I've got the link to the Hidden Wiki up on my screen, but have refrained from actually clicking on it yet.
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