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Postby RedSector » Sun Aug 28, 2005 8:31 pm

Thanks for the warm welcome back. I'm glad to see they are cracking down on this.
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Postby CyberSp00k » Sun Aug 28, 2005 9:58 pm

johnhamler wrote:hello ,

this is my first post, and I come straight in the subject.
Yes, I have been accused by a procuror to steal the WIFI.
fined 500$.

actually the case is in a penal court in Europe.I did a full opposition, and I want be heared.I will plaid not guilty.

I Have already posted this story on another forum, so if the webmaster authorise me I will post the link:

http://www.notebookforums.com/showthread.php?p=1155020#post1155020


u will find my story...
Your ethical sense is totally absent. Your ignorance, and that of your collegues on the notebook forum, is astounding. It is said that a person who defends himself in court has a fool for a client - we should see the proof of that soon, assuming you are allowed Internet access in whatever gulag you end up in.

And don't call it Wardriving! It's data theft, pure and simple.

It's time for you to be derezzed.
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Postby RedSector » Sun Aug 28, 2005 10:11 pm

Holy crap! I just read that guys post, and it contains more horse shit than a stable. I can't believe people on that forum are actually PRO services theft.
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Postby renderman » Sun Aug 28, 2005 10:28 pm

My opinions on 'borrowers' are well known.

My questions are these.

1. Are you so cheap that you don't have high speed at home and have to mooch?

2. What was so damn important that you had to deal with it right then and there and commit a crime to do so?

Thanks for making everyones life more difficult. I for one would be happy to submit a friends of the court brief showing how you do not represent the community and how we have no tolerance for your activities.

Hopefully your public admission of guilt will allow us the oppourtunity to set the record straight with the public at large that you are a prime example of what NOT to do.
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Postby Monitr7 » Mon Aug 29, 2005 2:32 am

renderman wrote:My opinions on 'borrowers' are well known.

2. What was so damn important that you had to deal with it right then and there and commit a crime to do so?


Downloading midget b&d porn is very VERY important, render. Or is that just me?
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Postby Dutch » Mon Aug 29, 2005 2:57 am

Monitr7 wrote:Downloading midget b&d porn is very VERY important, render. Or is that just me?

/strikes Monitr7 from the possible roommate list at StumblerCon...

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Postby beakmyn » Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:00 am

Monitr7 wrote:Downloading midget b&d porn is very VERY important, render. Or is that just me?


Admit it, you just can't handle the big whips.


The original topic is still going strong over at the other forum. Apparently a few people think that because there are no current laws specifically calling out wireless access to a network then that are protected and it's ok to use the connection.
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Postby Monitr7 » Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:09 am

beakmyn wrote:Admit it, you just can't handle the big whips.

Nah. It's just more fun going, "Sing the 'Oompa Loompa Song', you stunted dog! Sing! Mu-wha-ha-ha-ha! You're a dirty midget, aren't you? Dirty, dirty midget!".


Perhaps... Perhaps I've said too much.

Dutch wrote:/strikes Monitr7 from the possible roommate list at StumblerCon...


People keep doing that. Huh; wonder why?
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Postby Dutch » Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:35 am

[quote="Monitr7"]Nah. It's just more fun going, "Sing the 'Oompa Loompa Song', you stunted dog! Sing! Mu-wha-ha-ha-ha! You're a dirty midget, aren't you? Dirty, dirty midget!".


Perhaps... Perhaps I've said too much.



People keep doing that. Huh]

*sigh* There goes another keyboard.. When will I learn...

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