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Comment: Re:Zombie (Score 0) 265

It says that the offspring will die, not that the infected female will die ... so presumably she's free to gather human blood and let the virus genes use her as a petri sack to play sillybuggers in ... splice a few human dna strings and see what happens ... no no, that's crazy talk ... i'm sure playing with our disease transmission vectors won't ever have negative repercussions. These studies were peer. fucking. reviewed.

Comment: Re:"Keep reading to see what Bennett has to say" (Score 0) 152

by jimmetry (#48470557) Attached to: Clarificiation on the IP Address Security in Dropbox Case

""However, it would be much easier for an attacker to attempt an attack by other means (e.g. a browser vulnerability), and in any case it would not be hard for an attacker to find the mayor's IP address indirectly, without even resorting to any security breaches."

Run that through your standard judicial IWentToHarvard-izer, replacing a couple of random words with their longest equivalent in the thesaurus, and you've got a pretty solid legal opinion."

"well it's easy anyway so why not" is not a solid legal opinion.

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