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Comment: Re:Why won't the vote this nut out? (Score 1) 63

by Zero__Kelvin (#46792747) Attached to: Peoria Mayor Sends Police To Track Down Twitter Parodist
He sought said warrant didn't he? Whom should we blame if not the idiot who sought the warrant. Yes it never should have been granted, but it probably was granted because he's the Mayor and he has that kind of power. So again, I ask you, whom should we blame if not the guy who abuses his power to seek a warrant in a case where no such warrant was ... well ... warranted.

Comment: Re:Isn't parody protected in the US? (Score 1) 63

by Zero__Kelvin (#46792731) Attached to: Peoria Mayor Sends Police To Track Down Twitter Parodist
Actually this is a classic case of the Streisand Effect and it seems like you simply don't know what it is. Many many more people now know about the account and have read it. Followers went up 400% as a result of his actions. I now know of a guy in Illinois who is clearly an idiotic douchebag. One whom I certainly never would have heard about if he hadn't made it an issue.

Comment: Re:tldr (Score 2) 209

by Zero__Kelvin (#46789223) Attached to: Bug Bounties Don't Help If Bugs Never Run Out
It has been pointed out hundreds of times already. The number of flaws in your analysis are astounding. Two that stick out are that there are an infinite number of bugs and that they all have the same weight and value. You literally concluded that if so and so said that they could find another bug in the same time frame that it was a fact. The bugs you are talking about would get caught by splint, so if you simply ran a decent code coverage tool on the code then his claim is suddenly bullshit. Your entire analysis is flawed. Do you really need me to show you the errors in your analysis. OK. Here they are.

Comment: Re:tldr (Score 2) 209

by Zero__Kelvin (#46788783) Attached to: Bug Bounties Don't Help If Bugs Never Run Out

"Which part of it doesn't make sense to you?"

Actually there are e few things:

  1. 1) You wrote a long, absurd and useless analysis piece and then actually decided to broadcast your drivel in the apperently mistaken belief that it is actually well written and has a point "I just don't get"
  2. 2) Slashdot actually published your drivel
  3. 3) You continue to defend it, despite an overwhelming number of people pointing out how incredibly stupid it actually is

All of those things baffle me

Comment: tldr (Score 5, Insightful) 209

by Zero__Kelvin (#46788049) Attached to: Bug Bounties Don't Help If Bugs Never Run Out
I did read far enough to realize that this person is an idiot. We need only look at the heartbleed bug. If a bounty was offered and resulted in a fix earlier the number of stolen keys would be less, but that is almost besides the point. Once closed they might find another bug, but the likelihood that it will leak private keys is extremely low. To use a car analogy, every car has problems. This is essentially like claiming that fixing the exploding gas tanks in a Pinto is of no use, because the car will still have other issues. Seriously?

Comment: Re:Possibly Worse Than That (Score 0) 211

by Zero__Kelvin (#46784375) Attached to: Click Like? You May Have Given Up the Right To Sue

"In short, every single point you made is precisely and exactly wrong."

You should learn what the words "precisely" and "exactly" mean. When you are hanging around with your fellow mentally retarded buddies at the law library throwing them around makes you sound intelligent, but here your use of them just amplifies your stupidity.

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