If you leave your house unlocked, no, that doesn't allow me to go in and take whatever I want, because the DOOR IS CLOSED. Now, if you opened your door, and put a sign on the porch saying "Hey, I have stuff in here", then yes, it is your fault. Same as if you were broadcasting unencrypted wifi signals.
And while we are on the topic, let me educate you a bit. If you send out an unencrypted radio signal, and I do nothing more than receive it, then I did not "go into the network" to get anything. I received exactly what was sent to me. See the difference?
Because he lost an argument with me on another thread, and now amuses himself by posting after me on others, listing a fake IP address for me, and asking the moderators to make me stop posting because it offends him or something.
In other words, because he's a troll.
No, see, unlike some, I don't just 'spew shit'. I know what I'm talking about, or I don't talk. You should try it sometime. Your comments lumping all Muslims into this giant pot of evil bastards is not only offensive to them, but to most thinking people. Your average Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Zoroastrian, or anything else is no more evil, warped, or depraved than anyone else, including Americans and Christians. There are those who fully support the bombing of abortion clinics, because they justify it as ridding the world of evil, even if it kills innocents. There are those who believe suicide bombing is justified because they are fighting for their beliefs. The vast majority of EITHER religion do not follow those beliefs, nor do they support them. Saying that all Muslims are suicide bombers, would become suicide bombers, or even support suicide bombers is not only wrong, it is downright ignorant, and probably willfully so. You know little about what they believe because you've been told what to believe, and like a good little sheep, you took it to heart. You never thought to analyze the situation, talk to any Muslims, read up about their actual beliefs, or anything else. If you had, you would know that roughly 95% of Muslims decry suicide bombings, and terrorist acts, and are perfectly peace loving people. Much like Christians though, many can be led to hate by people in authority, who presume to speak for God/Allah, but actually don't. Fred Phelps and the Westborough baptist folks come to mind, and are only half a step from outright violence themselves. I haven't seen any Christian groups out fighting them, very few even pay attention or care what they do. Does that make Americans or Christians "evil" and supportive of bad behavior? Or are they like most people, just trying to live their lives, and in no position to really do anything about it? When was the last time you went out trying to capture a serial killer? An abortion clinic bomber? Timothy McVeigh? I suspect you never have, and probably never even bothered to denounce those acts to anyone. By your own definition then, you are as evil as those who committed those crimes, because you personally didn't do anything to fight them.
I think you meant tmbw;cr, don't you? Too many big words, couldn't read?
Well gosh there, genius, that isn't even the same IP as you posted for me in the other thread. You would think you could at least lie consistently.
Dear sSlashdot moderators, please flag this account as a troll, possibly in need of remedial schooling.
Please note that posting personally identifying information is not only a ToS violation, but a violation of several privacy laws. Now, I don't know if you are dense, or you think I am, but that isn't my IP, either internal or external. Nice try though.
Go for it. I eagerly await the arrival of the relevant authorities, to arrest me for replying on a public forum.
Sure we can. If you would actually contribute to them, instead of throwing out fun stuff like "you are a jackass". As for 'stalking' you across threads, I think if anyone interested would look up, they would find that you replied to ME, not the other way around. But hey, don't let facts get in your way.
"There is nothing new under the sun, but there are lots of old things we don't know yet." -Ambrose Bierce