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Comment Re:Expectation of anonymity? (Score -1) 476 476

ou really don't have the slightest fucking idea what is being discussed here do you?

Hint: It has exactly fuck all to do with the crap you're discussing.

At first i thought you were just poorly informed, now I realize, you just don't understand what "anonymity" is and how it relates to the current discussion.

And as an aside, Mark Felt outed himself, he was never discovered by anyone. Seems to prove that your point is totally false, apart from NOT HAVING ANYTHING TO DO WITH THIS DISCUSSION.

God, it's like you don't know you're demonstrating your stupidity with every post.

Comment Re:Absolutely Wrong (Score -1) 476 476

http://www.eff.org/issues/anonymity

Read that so you realize why you're still wrong.

"Imagine a graffiti artist" breaking the law and thus forfeiting his right to anonymity?

WTF does that have to do with anything?

Oh right, it's yet ANOTHER stupid fucking straw man because you don't have the intellectual ability to debate intelligently.

You're WRONG. You keep posting the same stupid shit, and you're STILL WRONG.

All the stupid logical fallacies in the world won't change that.

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Comment You know, I can't understand how you're so dumb (Score -1) 271 271

"We (in the US) have a right to free speech. We do not have a right to anonymous free speech."

HEY GENIUS WHO DIDN'T RTF SUMMARY, I'LL POST THE RELEVANT PART AGAIN

FTF SUMMARY

the judge quoted a Virginia court that ruled in a similar case that nameless online taunters should be held accountable when their derision crosses a line. 'The protection of the right to communicate anonymously must be balanced against the need to assure that those persons who choose to abuse the opportunities presented by this medium can be made to answer for such transgressions

Do you see that part where a judge quoted the Virginia court as recognizing the right to COMMUNICATE ANONYMOUSLY?

Yeah, that part where the right is established as clearly legally recognized?

It proves you irrefutably wrong.

Of course, you can try to argue that a legally recognized right is not a right, it's the kind of ridiculous crap people who have been totally proven wrong try every day, but I suspect you're feeling dumb enough about being wrong already.

Comment Here, let me help (Score -1) 148 148

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ad_hominem

"An ad hominem argument, also known as argumentum ad hominem (Latin: "argument to the man" or "argument against the man") consists of replying to an argument or factual claim by attacking or appealing to a characteristic or belief of the person making the argument or claim, rather than by addressing the substance of the argument or producing evidence against the claim."

Now you know why your way of thinking is worthless, as was your post which showed it off.

Hopefully the moderator who wasted a point modding up a 3rd grade "argument" realizes it too now.

Comment No, you fucking moron, it isn't (Score -1) 527 527

It is the systematic promotion of one group of people and oppression of a different group of people.

FT racism FY, please try to avoid lying about definitions in order to forward your racist agenda.

"racism [rey-siz-uhm] Show IPA
noun 1. a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.
2. a policy, system of government, etc., based upon or fostering such a doctrine; discrimination.
3. hatred or intolerance of another race or other races."

All three of those definitions prove you're a lying racist.

Comment Re:Self-incrimination becoming mandatory (Score -1) 554 554

And to rephrase *my* point, I am aware of this lack of a death penalty in the UK already and posted with that in mind and mentioned that situation specifically, which is why that point being made & re-made as if I had left it out is redundant.

I know I suffered a bit of Typonese, but am I writing with invisible ink too? :|

No, what you actually did was prove you know fuck all about UK law, and make an ass of yourself trying to backpedal once you realized it.

STFU now, you've embarrassed yourself enough already.

Comment Re:Opera (Score -1) 173 173

"Allow me to correct myself."

How about you just shut the fuck up and we'll pretend you didn't just prove you're ignorant on the subject?

Dickhead (YOU): "I'm going to present my opinion as fact and deride you for your ignorance!"

Smarter poster :"You are mistaken"

Dickhead (YOU): "I will now pretend that I was aware of my mistake, and that my previous attempt to pretend I knew what the fuck I was running my dicksucker about didn't demonstrate I'm an idiot!"

Do us all a favor, kill yourself.

Comment AHAHAHAHAHAHHA (Score 0) 260 260

I'm getting real tired of this attitude. My generation isn't stupid. They know what they're doing -- they're creating a transparent society where we can all be a bit more polite to one another because everyone has dirt on everyone else, and because we want to put ourselves out there and make friends, rather than dying alone in some castle with all our toys like the boomers are right now, because they wanted their precious privacy.

No, they don't.

But I like your rationalizations, they sound like the kind of stupidity that would go over well in a smoke filled dorm room.

Comment Re:Nothing New (Score -1) 314 314

"Actually, given that an FOIA request is the standard procedure "

ACTUALLY you're completely wrong about that statement.

"Perspective. It's what keeps the rest of us from turning into paranoid ass-hats like yourself."

Research. It's what keeps the rest of us from being totally wrong about shit like you are.

Comment Funny how you dance like that (Score -1) 330 330

"Evidence is presented in courtrooms, not to journalists."

It wasn't earlier in the htread when he asked for some and you mistakenly thought you were providing it.

You fucked up. Be a man and admit it, and stop with this bullshit you're trying now.

Really, you post good stuff so behavior like this really makes you look like a punk.

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