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Comment: Re:WHY THIS STORY IS LIE... (Score -1, Troll) 219

by Michael Kristopeit (#33979502) Attached to: Why Facebook Won't Stop Invading Your Privacy
i already told you who i was. you're an idiot.

you publish comments to the world... it is the world's business who is responsible for them. if you can't handle such responsibility or liability, then don't publish comments.

you're an ignorant hypocrite.

the power is certainly mine.

you're completely pathetic.

Comment: Re:WHAT vendors? (Score 0, Funny) 223

by Michael Kristopeit (#33968118) Attached to: Red Hat CEO Says Software Vendor Model Is Broken
why should i believe you? i walked past the dealership today and asked the salesman what time it was, even though i had a clock on the phone in my pocket... i was testing him. he gave me the correct time.

why do you chose to not claim responsibility for your comments with your given name? why do you cower? what are you afraid of?

you're an idiot.

Comment: Re:Fuck you. (Score -1) 583

by Michael Kristopeit (#33884850) Attached to: Can Large Scale NAT Save IPv4?
and some of them weren't you... making "i'm the guy above" a completely ignorant statement.

you refuse to divulge your given name or address.

my name is michael kristopeit. i own the property at 4513 brittany ct, eau claire, wi, 54701.

why do you expel effort telling me i could find your information easily, rather than provide it? why do you cower? what are you afraid of?

you're a completely pathetic coward.

Comment: is it finally time to remove direct downloads? (Score -1) 591

by Michael Kristopeit (#33781150) Attached to: Bittorrent To Replace Standard Downloads?
no. it will never be time. i see added value in a direct download... if a company offered a direct download or a tracker to request the same download from others, i'd take the direct download unless a direct download would take more than a day and a tracker request would result in a completed download in under an hour.

Comment: the thing the summary doesn't tell you... (Score -1) 345

by Michael Kristopeit (#33773524) Attached to: Minnesota Moving To Microsoft's Cloud
rather than distributing less money to utilize an open source infrastructure that is provided as is with no guarantees, distributing millions of dollars through a responsibly insured bureaucracy will create more jobs... something the notably numerable members of the class of the unemployed are "pushing the big red button" for this election season.

Is your job running? You'd better go catch it!

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