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rip in peace by Thorsday Cuntmuff - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:01:37 EST ID:DDhO21yF No.4685074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Efrain Escudero - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:06:11 EST ID:hpttbF7E No.4685075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Shame to see such a brilliant mind pass from this mortal coil. RIP Mr. Hawking.
George Herbig - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:06:39 EST ID:E30Jv+Oe No.4685076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What is dead may never die, but return reenergized
CarolineGoodlock.clp - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:08:29 EST ID:bhMz1WIt No.4685077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Damn, RIP you glorious man
Charles Messier - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:12:39 EST ID:HGwITWea No.4685079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Aw, man. I just asked Alexa the other day who the smartest man in the world was, and OP's pic was the answer. RIP
Commander Donatra - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:12:41 EST ID:o/PWKoxS No.4685080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Prophet - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:17:30 EST ID:OzgNtuRi No.4685081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is the first "celebrity" death in a while that's caused me to really feel some sort of loss. What a flame to blow out. I wonder if he knew it was coming and was content, or whether this was sudden and he never saw it coming to begin with.
Roxann Dawson - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:23:13 EST ID:8sm836qF No.4685083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My boy just wanted fully-automated luxury communism
Jr. Trainer♂ Sophie - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:26:36 EST ID:Thl4rVw6 No.4685086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would be surprised if Hawking didnt know that people die.
Amy Finley - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:27:15 EST ID:Iq7nB2aU No.4685087 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I’m actually relieved that he died, it’s kind of creepy and weird that he survived so long with ALS, a diseased that kills most people in under a year.
Logan Howlett - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:28:08 EST ID:IEgs+Tii No.4685088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
RIP he was probably the smartest guy alive on this Earth just a day ago and now he dead
Prophet - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:30:04 EST ID:OzgNtuRi No.4685090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well duh what I mean is, did he die suddenly or was this something he came to terms with? People know that they're going to die, how they deal with that information varies.
Molly Challywill - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:30:44 EST ID:n7r1Vf9B No.4685091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I mean I don't blame him for believing that, technology kept him alive for this long
Logan Howlett - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:34:04 EST ID:IEgs+Tii No.4685094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Trump announces his plans for a Space Force, the militarization of outer space

>Hawking dies the same exact day

Woo boy, what a coincidence that he dies the same day that any hope for FALGSC
Ambassador K'Ehleyr - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 00:36:02 EST ID:kHHR4HEL No.4685096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's so surprising yet it's been a long time coming. It makes me feel dumb for not anticipating this.

RIP He was a true pioneer and very likely the smartest person alive. Humanity is in debt to the universe for giving him much more time than his health should have allowed him.
Emperor Reclaw - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 01:37:38 EST ID:o2HqKaxw No.4685104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He was arrogant, stubborn and his math was merely adequate for the subjects he tackled. Calling him the smartest man alive outs you as someone with more interest in pop culture than science.
His real value is more inspirational.
Sir Daniel Fortesque - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 01:49:31 EST ID:n86+VzdR No.4685106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Damn, well this sucks, I was just months away from running a hypothesis by him that was inspired by his radiation theory.
Hiroyuki Sakai - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 02:22:21 EST ID:yB03T0GI No.4685108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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remember when he owned you in quake?
Matthew Flaherty - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 02:39:16 EST ID:B4jhdrnI No.4685110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He really hated religion, didnt he?
Bug Catcher Martha - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 02:51:09 EST ID:SnMckIpc No.4685112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I remember reading A Brief History of Time as a teenager to be "edgy intellectual". Then I read it again later in my twenties. It was then that I had a real appreciation for the amount of work and thought that went into summing all that into one book. R.I.P. He ruled in both the world of science/physics and pop culture.
Matthew Flaherty - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 02:55:10 EST ID:B4jhdrnI No.4685114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Edgy intellectual

No shame in wanting to learn stuff, you stupid bitch.
Nate Diaz - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 05:14:37 EST ID:uuaZCpqE No.4685138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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He really looks exactly like Eddie Redmayne.
Art Smith - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 05:35:13 EST ID:dsaotJya No.4685142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's people like you that really ruin this site for me
Pierre Koffman - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 05:43:29 EST ID:jO0SiF9R No.4685143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anime posters lmao.
Blackbelt Beatrice - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 05:47:13 EST ID:YbWvR5Gu No.4685144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
and nothing of value was lost
Mayor MacCready - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 05:55:46 EST ID:lUk4B2Nt No.4685146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
RIP in peace :(
Molly Grandcocke - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 05:55:47 EST ID:F4Ro7bqc No.4685147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Randy Couture - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 06:08:04 EST ID:xIvA5Qzu No.4685148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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mfw seeing this on the news this morning
Alexandra Roivas - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 06:08:22 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4685149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Barnaby Hinnermock - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 06:08:45 EST ID:T4g2Uk4e No.4685150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Smartest man in the world
>Ends up dying like everyone else

Guess he wasn't so smart after all. Also he lived a torturous existence. Is this the best life has to offer? Lmao
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Tatsuya Kawajiri - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 06:54:44 EST ID:TJ5nRww9 No.4685161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wouldn't say he was the smartest man in the world; he was a brilliant physicist but his time has long passed, and he's been slowly growing mad over the last decade. Quite happy that he's been freed of that hell.
Worker Ant - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 07:22:51 EST ID:ZwANrN+2 No.4685170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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He wasn't that great. He raped children before he was in that chair, then people forgot about it because they felt bad for him, then he was so bored he started making shit up about black holes and everyone believed him. He once said 2+2 =5 and everyone lost their mind thinking he was so smart. He was a cunt and now he is in hell
Ardon Broht - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 07:42:54 EST ID:O4hoLLzv No.4685178 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I never really cared for him, but he was obviously a very smart person. What's the matter? Did he rape you?
Alice Fengersore - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 08:08:32 EST ID:nQm3I7YC No.4685183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dont know sometimes life just isnt fair lmao.
Umawuma Filangey - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 08:48:32 EST ID:wea4iTxT No.4685200 Ignore Report Quick Reply


Life is literally never fair. Ever.
James van Allen - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 08:49:44 EST ID:pgdexZ24 No.4685202 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Poor baby
Dongle McSpoogelheim - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 08:59:22 EST ID:TCxThHBY No.4685210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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He's flying with the fractals now.
Umawuma Filangey - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:00:07 EST ID:wea4iTxT No.4685211 Ignore Report Quick Reply

No dude life by definition isn't fair. It's just a straight up probability machine that doesn't care how humble you are or how hard you worked, it'll still shit all the fuck over you and not care.

That's how rich pricks get born into rich families and don't work at all their entire life and go on vacation and do nothing, while you bust your dick off every day for pennies and still have to take the bus in the pouring rain because you're too poor to afford a car.

Merit and perseverance doesn't mean absolute dick to life. Life doesn't care. Life is just a drunken asshole at the craps table throwing dice and sipping drinks while you sit there with your finger up your ass hoping the next roll is favorable to you.
Kip Thorne - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:27:11 EST ID:m16oFrTe No.4685228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually, I would say that at the grandest, most cosmic scale of things, life is perfectly fair. This human race- this life harboring Earth in this prime real estate of a location- never had to be given a chance. Yet, it was. That is, we were given a chance to exist in any capacity. And we- collectively- have had plenty of time to either scrape along, or fail completely. What happens to individuals is not an accurate indication of whether "life", in the whole of the universe, is fair. In addition, much of what happens to individuals today is a result of the actions of thousands of years worth of actions performed by previous life forms (and often some which are still alive). When you consider that each act- which may, in its respective context, seem wrong- is an act performed by a part of a collective (Earth life in this case), to that collective's own detriment or benefit, it is evident that at a more substantial and encompassing scale, it is fair. It sucks sometimes. Fair things do often suck. But ultimately, it isn't just "so and so did something to whoever without permission", it's also "we knowingly did it to ourselves".
I think fairness is a profoundly relative concept in practical application.
Viacheslav Datsik - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:36:08 EST ID:g+7QYwPn No.4685231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The more shit life is the more joy it can give you. Rich prick wont have fraction of a reward for his third Lamborghini as you might get for finally sorting things out enough to buy a '99 civic in working condition. It's very fair that way.
Herald Budsworth - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:38:41 EST ID:Fzqf8bIc No.4685233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So fucking true. Glad I have a rich family lol
Ardon Broht - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:47:36 EST ID:O4hoLLzv No.4685242 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Have you ever considered that it is your definition of fair that is what's wrong?

How is it unfair that a child born to a rich family will receive the benefits of being born to a rich family? Everything happens as the reaction of a cause. The universe is perfectly fair in that sense. It operates on levels of perfection beyond any we could begin to hope to comprehend.
Kurrgan - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:53:58 EST ID:9+zsfpsX No.4685247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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well yeah they say that money can't buy happiness but I'm still willing to give it a try
Umawuma Filangey - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 10:03:23 EST ID:wea4iTxT No.4685254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Money can't buy happiness but it sure as fuck makes being miserable a whole lot easier and more comfortable.
Toral - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 12:02:31 EST ID:cTluffKN No.4685296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rest in peace, Mr. Hawking.

Fun fact: He has passed away on the same date that Galileo died and Albert Einstein was born.
Efrain Escudero - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 12:29:41 EST ID:hpttbF7E No.4685307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Great contribution to the site and to this thread. Go fuck yourself.
William Hartmann - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 12:40:24 EST ID:lKQZAyca No.4685314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ah shit. So sad to hear about this. Pic related was my favourite game growing up. RIP in peace Stephen Hawkins, you're kickflipping in heaven now.

Worker Ant - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 16:47:46 EST ID:ZwANrN+2 No.4685422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yes he did.

Don't you feel like an ass now? He raped my butt when I was 3. He was spouting off different mathematical algorithms and when he came he shouted eurika and went right to his blackboard. That was his method... It's sick shit but most people in the elites know this including the royal family but they gave him the thumbs up after he discovered the best recipe for beef stew involving numbers so yeh it's a big cover up. He could walk too but only when no one was watching
Duff Goldman - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 16:53:31 EST ID:L/0B/Ofy No.4685425 Ignore Report Quick Reply

did anyone remember to freeze his brain? tell me somebody remembered to preserve his brain. we can make a robo hawking to solve world crises through physics.
Tasslehoff Burrfoot - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 16:56:53 EST ID:dUPyCtFB No.4685428 Ignore Report Quick Reply

brain is just hardware man, you lose all your software when you die.
EbenezerPisslegold.bin - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 16:57:19 EST ID:SXGkEQBP No.4685430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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RIP Stephen Hawking
Alexandra Roivas - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:02:40 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4685431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not if you freeze it fast enough.
>Contrary to popular assumption, DRAMs used in most modern computers retain their contents for seconds to minutes after power is lost, even at operating temperatures and even if removed from a motherboard. Although DRAMs become less reliable when they are not refreshed, they are not immediately erased, and their contents persist sufficiently for malicious (or forensic) acquisition of usable full-system memory images. We show that this phenomenon limits the ability of an operating system to protect cryptographic key material from an attacker with physical access. We use cold reboots to mount attacks on popular disk encryption systems — BitLocker, FileVault, dm-crypt, and TrueCrypt — using no special devices or materials. We experimentally characterize the extent and predictability of memory remanence and report that remanence times can be increased dramatically with simple techniques. We offer new algorithms for finding cryptographic keys in memory images and for correcting errors caused by bit decay. Though we discuss several strategies for partially mitigating these risks, we know of no simple remedy that would eliminate them.
Molly Fonkinfudge - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:05:52 EST ID:XOWVLyDA No.4685432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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that's pretty interesting, thanks for posting.
Basil Clayfuck - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:24:36 EST ID:OlDzdMQn No.4685441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He spoke to me a few days ago and said he was dying. Sad
Tasslehoff Burrfoot - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:25:18 EST ID:dUPyCtFB No.4685443 Ignore Report Quick Reply

yeah that is pretty interesting, although I still feel like it wouldn't work that way with brains, but who knows.
Claude Troisgros - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:35:08 EST ID:rH8ek+FN No.4685455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lock PC in metal casing
have magnet / EMP installed in case attached to panic button.
Blackbelt Beatrice - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:37:24 EST ID:YbWvR5Gu No.4685457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
or just keep a baseball bat nearby. that would be loud and more time-consuming though, but more fun.
Alton Brown - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:38:21 EST ID:kmFxoR1u No.4685459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Linux kernel allows for address space layout randomization and other memory protections that makes DRAM dumps less effective; that said, if physical access allowed for RAM hotswap, you are fucked anyway. Like shit nigga, there should be intrusion alarms over iLOM/iDRAC/whatever out-of-band management going off if anyone touches your shit without taking out of the configuration database.

If you don't have physical security for your data (magnetic locks, badge access, no physical windows in the walls) you are gambling.
Lt. Cmdr. Dexter Remmick - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:41:40 EST ID:xiNFj+an No.4685463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So why haven't they replaced the faulty hardware and turned him back on?
Blackbelt Beatrice - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:22:59 EST ID:YbWvR5Gu No.4685483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bet there are a bunch of savvy pedophiles at the NSA. who else could be more qualified?
Molly Fonkinfudge - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:27:53 EST ID:XOWVLyDA No.4685485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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On the topic of computer security, I always wondered if you could have some kind of dead mans hand style, self destruct that would completely destroy data on your device.

Bet that would've been useful for dredd pirate robert when the Silk Road went down.
Mike Brown - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:31:57 EST ID:v/FGx5DS No.4685488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
so what's gonna happen to his chair?
Seamus - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:36:31 EST ID:9BM/9OmI No.4685491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Elon Musk is launching it into space.
Blackbelt Beatrice - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:38:30 EST ID:YbWvR5Gu No.4685492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
even that would only delete local data. if the feds have been watching you they might not need your physical harddrive.
Molly Fonkinfudge - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:49:54 EST ID:XOWVLyDA No.4685499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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On the topic of silk road.

This is what tumblr was doing when they found out about it.
Duff Goldman - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:52:03 EST ID:L/0B/Ofy No.4685501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
attach some magnetrons and electromagnets to your hardware and house it in a big metal case. if 12 comes knocking you put a rotisserie chicken in the case and activate the panic button, then maintain that you're just a microwave hobbyist and don't know anything about internet drug orders or hacking the planet.
Alton Brown - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 18:54:00 EST ID:kmFxoR1u No.4685502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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the deeper you get into OpSec the more you realize that no system outside of a non-networked faraday cage is actually 'secure', but sensible security can be implemented in depth depending on what you actually do

you could set a script to start 'dd if=/dev/urandom/ of=/dev/sdXn' , where X is the letter assigned to a harddrive at boot, and n is the partition number. if there is a case intrusion but it would only be fast enough on an SSD. Only one pass would not be enough for forensic analysis of the disk though; you need DBAN or better for that, so this would require reboot on case intrusion straight into DBAN (weird, but maybe possible with GRUB, but also highly dangerous)

The best security practice might be to keep all sensitive data in a RAMDISK cache ready to get rewritten with /dev/urandom in case of a sting, but this means that data cannot be considered anything you want to keep longterm (or at least only written encrypted on a cronjob intermittedly)

some vendors DO sell self-destructing harddrives, but this video is hella old so I am not informed properly on such things. Check it out: https://youtu.be/GLxaVFBXbCk

due to microcode running on the x86_64 CPU (this is both Intel and AMD that have their own operating system on-chip) there are vulnerabilities in nearly all computers that the CIA are better at exploiting than anything. If they want you gone they just upload CP onto your drive and make a warrant for that. Because Intel chips run a proprietary version of Minix at Ring -3, they can fuck you without even powering your system all the way on.

Intel chips also have a 3G radio transmitter for Stingray so the NSA can track your device with a warrant.

To my knowledge, the only 'secure' chipset still being produced is POWER8/9 by IBM and people associated with their open-source hardware. There is also RISC-V but this probably has practical attacks (I have not researched this) because RISC is based on how POSIX UNIX behaves.
Molly Fonkinfudge - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 19:03:19 EST ID:XOWVLyDA No.4685507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks for sharing man, that's all really cool.
Molly Fonkinfudge - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 19:04:00 EST ID:XOWVLyDA No.4685508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Maybe scary was the word i was looking for and not cool?

James Drozzlechore - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 19:53:54 EST ID:MlIoKjip No.4685530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I don't like knowing what I know either but I am that career path
Just remember, as a ray of sunshine, that everything that they do to monitor you is mostly automated and they have too few eyes looking at the data to be effective at scanning everyone. As a human race, we created 4.4 zettabytes in 2013; this was supplanted entirely in the last 2 years, when we created more data than the previous 5000years. Time-wave zero has happened (so to speak) and the amount of novel information being created today is no longer within any any human scope.

the alphabet groups only care about people who are interested in violence, revolution, big shipments, etc; whereas the companies just want to sell you things ( and to be honest if they Implement a pull-system that just streamlines production to things people actually are profiled to want this is actually quite good for the environment ( not to say such algorithms are Insidious in the way that they limit the scope of people's wants to a few very things))

I got sidetracked but I'm basically saying that it's nearly impossible to have a human look at your data unless you make a threat to someone, so please don't do this
Nell Nammlelork - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 20:37:34 EST ID:d2vng89k No.4685549 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Aye, all of that. I hate to turn to Bush-isms, but "If you've got nothing to hide, you've got nothing worry about." I used to be BIG into security...all my systems were headless, and what data I had to store was on an encrypted virtual drive inside an encrypted drive, with a program that had to be loaded under a specific set of circumstances to even prove it was there. I explained all of this to my mother one day, and she said, "Ok, are you a secret agent?......now all you need is something worth that level of security."

That's when I realized how ridiculous it was to invest so much energy into burying myself on the web. Now I have a standard gaming rig, and my security precautions are mostly encapsulated by the term "common sense."

Bottom-line: if you catch their notice, and they decide they want to fuck you, they WILL fuck you. You can't stop it. Just try to fly under the radar. Pretty easy, I think....just don't be a political dissident outside of the accepted political dissident norms, and you should be fine.
Matthew Weiner - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 21:04:18 EST ID:xL8OEJ/W No.4685574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I totally agree. Also: your mom sounds hot
Nell Nammlelork - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 21:10:46 EST ID:d2vng89k No.4685575 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I mean, if you're into that xD
Gwyn Lord of Cinder - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 21:43:27 EST ID:Q4/kqVE1 No.4685586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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i remember a couple of months back on facebook martin lawrence's page posted some shit about the hawkman saying he had a warning or something

being martin lawrences page the comments were 90% jolly african americans

"i dunno why people give him so much respect, he a doctor and what diseases he cure, NONE! cant even cure himself he in a wheelchair"

really wish i got a screenie, but yeah funny

rip hawkster
Archie Gabbleford - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 00:40:54 EST ID:wliNfdSD No.4685651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
government controlled corpse used to spread propaganda no one with als lives to be that old
Phil Baroni - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 06:45:27 EST ID:h++4T0pr No.4685717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Laura Croft - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 06:45:38 EST ID:OxZ/miAW No.4685718 Ignore Report Quick Reply

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