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Comment: Re:Yes, I own my own home MichaelKristopeit (Score -1) 408

by MichaelKristopeit418 (#38658032) Attached to: Chinese Lab Speeds Through Genome Processing With GPUs

Alexander Peter Kowalski
903 East Division Street
Syracuse, N.Y. 13208
Apartment #1, Lower Level

i suppose your listed address includes "Apartment #1, Lower Level", because you rent out the "Higher Levels" of your home to people who can afford to not live with people above them.

cower in my shadow some more, feeb.

you're completely pathetic.

Comment: Re:End drug prohibition and I'll visit (Score -1) 233

by MichaelKristopeit418 (#38526252) Attached to: Apocalypse Tourism: Where To Celebrate Doomsday?
are you talking to yourself? i have no desire to read your excuses.

someone said, "in the absence of drug prohibition, it will be one of the safest countries on earth."

then you said, "Right, because places like Amsterdam are known for being so safe."

Amsterdam does not have an absence of drug prohibition, so any attempt at sarcastic analogy is fundamentally flawed.

you're an idiot.

cower in my shadow some more behind your chosen contradictory lack of membership / membership ID based pseudonym, feeb.

you're completely pathetic.

Comment: Re:Math (Score -1) 366

by MichaelKristopeit418 (#37715278) Attached to: Sprint Bets Big On the iPhone
the individual responsible for the "Pieroxy" account is a criminal.

they have attempted to steal my identity. i am michael kristopeit. i live at 4513 brittany ct. eau claire, wi. 54701. i live there in the house i paid cash for with my wife and children and dogs and numerous firearms.

to the individual responsible: present yourself to me; admit what you've done, then i'll bring upon you the ultimate punishment for your transgressions.

Comment: lower level added latency (Score 2, Insightful) 176

by MichaelKristopeit418 (#37405116) Attached to: Anti-Rootkit Security Beyond the OS
it is ignorant hypocrisy to assume your product deserves to be trusted to process everything because another product is vulnerable to exploit.

now you've got your silicon running under the assumption that the OS is not implicitly trusted, but for some reason, some other OS should be trusted and should process every bit of information a 2nd time before anything is accomplished.


One of the most overlooked advantages to computers is... If they do foul up, there's no law against whacking them around a little. -- Joe Martin