Of people being able to turn a processor into a bomb with their l33t h4x0rz1n9? I doubt that...Ankeli said:oh cmon, NYT is full of the same kind of stuff
In all fairness I don't want anyone who'd get a panic attack over such an article on my internet in the first place.NightShade said:It's not indicative?
I'd say quite on the contrary....while it is a farce, it's quite easy to see people actually getting panic attacks over "OHNOS INTERNETTERROR!!!!111"
You'd be amazed how many people use internet or computers in general without knowing jack **** about it. People who can't find the reset button on a pc, people who don't know what to do when they accidentelly remove the shortcut to their adsl connection startup so they think they "removed the internet from their pc". I'm not talking about stupid people mind you.MoUsE_WiZ said:In all fairness I don't want anyone who'd get a panic attack over such an article on my internet in the first place.
Actually, the London Bombing was on the front page of every paper I read that day. As well as all over the news.Lord Penguin said:Well i didnt read the article but the american media is complete flaming garbage. No coverage of the other things that happend on the day of the London bombing. Like the bombs that went off here and in iraq i beleive. W/E the media has been in the skull and bones'/governments pocket for a long time now.. smart ppl are used to it and beleive the news about as much as any other bs they hear.
And a total idiot lead and won in the U.S election. At least the French came to their sensesTai. said:at least we're not France where a presidential candidate who ran on the platform of forcing the jews out of France was leading until late in the election.