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Comment: Re:hypocritical ignorant victim (Score -1) 448

the situation is terrible... i'm sympathetic to what happened to the victim, but then, instead of reentering a society whose justice system has exonerated him, he used the media to hypothetically and hypocritically bring more shame onto the convinced and sentenced man whose ultimate crime was also utilizing the media to broadcast shame.

such an act of malice and vengeance is in no way the "good" move.

Comment: Re:hypocritical ignorant victim (Score 0) 448

i have no problem with anything until the victim attempts to exploit the media to further harm a convicted and sentenced man.

that is a hypocritical act of malice and vengeance, and can only serve to discredit the justice system.

we'll all see how the show ends in <12 years, and whether or not continued agitation of the situation was the "good" move.

Comment: Re:when it comes to anything important: (Score -1) 156

by M. D. Kristopeit (#33641714) Attached to: New Crypto Attack Affects Millions of ASP.NET Apps
has it occured to you that no one has modded you up because you're WRONG?


there is NO WAY you can make me compromise my desire to have you not have me fuck myself. you can NOT think of such a way BECAUSE SUCH A WAY DOES NOT EXIST. you're an idiot.

Comment: Re:Or you could (Score -1, Offtopic) 274

by M. D. Kristopeit (#33498596) Attached to: Breathing New Life Into Old DirectDraw Games
the topic is whether or not the best solution is reimplementation or virtualization... i pointed out it's obviously reimplementation... someone else suggests otherwise, i point out why they're wrong and instead of trying to lie and explain why i could be wrong, someone says i'm a prick... i am again forced to point out the obvious, and then again, instead of a valid argument, i'm labeled "offtopic".

the ignorant moderation on this site is pathetic. you're all idiots.

Comment: Re:Or you could (Score 3, Insightful) 274

by M. D. Kristopeit (#33495690) Attached to: Breathing New Life Into Old DirectDraw Games
NOT INSIGHTFUL. virtual machines are NEVER the optimal solution. ddraw.dll has been reimplemented at the lowest level... given that, why would anyone choose to rather use a virtual machine?

the only appeal of using a virtual machine was to a lazy developer WHO DIDN'T WANT TO DO IT RIGHT.

thanks story submitter... glad someone out there still understands, and has some pride left.

"In the face of entropy and nothingness, you kind of have to pretend it's not there if you want to keep writing good code." -- Karl Lehenbauer