Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 21 to 35 of 35

Thread: Should I be suspicious of this?

  1. #21
    Kickin' More Ass and Takin' More Names
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?


    "Bluuuue Rajah" <Bluuuuue@Rajah.> wrote in message
    news:Xns9C2A62711ECE5lkajehoriuasldfjknak@207.115.33.102...
    >
    > I'm always suspicious of sex links that point back to lawless or communist
    > countries, and somebody posted this link for a nipple slip pic onto agc,
    > but the link points back to China.
    >
    > http://downunderdaily.com/Entertainm...frankel-shows-
    > nipples-in-a-see-through-dress.html
    >
    > The link makes it look like they're in Australia, which they aren't, so it
    > looks like they've gone to a lot of trouble to cover their trail. Norton
    > Security flags it as clean, but I worry that the Chinese are good enough
    > to
    > get around Norton and still get a Trojan under the radar.
    >
    > Should I be suspicious of this, or am I just being a fraidy cat?
    >


    If you wouldn't sit around looking at porn you wouldn't have this problem.




  2. #22
    Rev Turd Fredericks
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    The Daring Dufas wrote:
    > Robert James wrote:
    >> On 14/06/2009 20:18, in article
    >> 92cZl.320221$641.255290@en-nntp-10.dc1.easynews.com, "FrozenNorth"
    >> <frozennorth123@gm.nospam.ail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> The Daring Dufas wrote:
    >>>> FrozenNorth wrote:
    >>>>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>>>> Well, by running *nix based systems like Slackware Linux, PC-BSD and
    >>>>>> Mac OS
    >>>>>> X, I am not worried to much. Although subscribing to Full
    >>>>>> Discloser via
    >>>>>> email makes me wonder if I should be...
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Considering that all links to it are posted on forums by newbies I
    >>>>>> would say
    >>>>>> yes.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> But I went to the site. Ugly old woman... No malware issues on
    >>>>>> Firefox on a
    >>>>>> updated *nix box
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> Just to avoid the top-posting I did a big snip. Thought you had this
    >>>>> fixed up yesterday.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> She is neither ugly or old, at least by my definition, but there are
    >>>>> big black rectangles in place of the nips, so the OP shouldn't feel
    >>>>> like he is missing anything.
    >>>>>
    >>>> Robbie is a youngster and probably thinks 40 is old.
    >>>> Damn, I wish I was that young again. <goes off to
    >>>> apply more WD40 to skeletal joints>
    >>>>
    >>> Water Displacement Recipe #40 probably won't help joints much.
    >>> ;-)

    >>
    >> Daring Dufas: meant no offence but ya 40 is a bit old. The point I was
    >> making is that that Bluuuue Rajah is he's not missing much. Just that's
    >> she's no Alicia Silverstone, Drew Barrymore or Mira Sorvino. Then again I
    >> only remember 'em from the 90's so they are all going on 40 anyway... :(
    >>
    >> Onideus Mad Hatter: True, scripting is the cause of a lot of issues, but
    >> there are several vulnerabilities in plugins, addons, and in some
    >> cases the
    >> browser itself. I like to use a virtual sandbox operating system to do
    >> most
    >> of my online work, and edit out almost everything in about:config.
    >>
    >> Bit Twister: I find that virus and rootkit scanners, with even the best
    >> heuristics fail often. By compressing, crypting and binding even a
    >> well know
    >> trojan can bypass almost all AVs,,, even when excuted! And unless the
    >> malware is prevalent then AV companies rarely find or add it.
    >>
    >> FrozenNorth: Was replying in the comp.security.firewalls group, never
    >> noticed it was also in alt.2600 till I sent a reply. O' and wile WD-40
    >> may
    >> not work on joints, superglue sure as hell works on my molar's huge tooth
    >> cavity! Canada, free useless health care, without dental. Underpaid ten
    >> dollar doctors, and over greedy thousand dollar dentists...
    >>

    >
    > And our own American Commiecrats want socialized medicine.
    > It has failed miserably everywhere and BeeHO doesn't
    > comprehend it or has some ulterior motive like gaining
    > more control over the lives of the citizenry. I believe
    > it's a control move and the the people in charge are
    > certainly not be going to the same hospitals as the
    > the lowly proletariat. It will be just like the old Soviet
    > Union when they get their way. Those in charge will live
    > in luxury and we the people will drown in vodka. I can't
    > wait.
    >


    Socialized medicine has not failed anywhere where do you get your
    information?

  3. #23
    Robert James
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    On 15/06/2009 01:24, in article h144ch013t4@news5.newsguy.com, "Kickin' More
    Ass and Takin' More Names" <oldredneck@hillbilly.net> wrote:

    >
    > "Bluuuue Rajah" <Bluuuuue@Rajah.> wrote in message
    > news:Xns9C2A62711ECE5lkajehoriuasldfjknak@207.115.33.102...
    >>
    >> I'm always suspicious of sex links that point back to lawless or communist
    >> countries, and somebody posted this link for a nipple slip pic onto agc,
    >> but the link points back to China.
    >>
    >> http://downunderdaily.com/Entertainm...frankel-shows-
    >> nipples-in-a-see-through-dress.html
    >>
    >> The link makes it look like they're in Australia, which they aren't, so it
    >> looks like they've gone to a lot of trouble to cover their trail. Norton
    >> Security flags it as clean, but I worry that the Chinese are good enough
    >> to
    >> get around Norton and still get a Trojan under the radar.
    >>
    >> Should I be suspicious of this, or am I just being a fraidy cat?
    >>

    >
    > If you wouldn't sit around looking at porn you wouldn't have this problem.


    Ha! You would be surprised how often I said that to myself after doing some
    malware removal on other's PCs.

    --
    http://www.robertjames.50webs.com

    This message may contain confidential information and is intended only for
    the individual named. If you are not the named addressee you should not
    disseminate, distribute or copy this e-mail. Please notify the sender
    immediately by e-mail if you have received this e-mail by mistake and delete
    this e-mail from your system.


  4. #24
    Rev Turd Fredericks
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    Robert James wrote:
    > On 14/06/2009 23:34, in article h13tta$hjn$1@news.eternal-september.org,
    > "The Daring Dufas" <the-daring-dufas@stinky.net> wrote:
    >
    >> Robert James wrote:
    >>> On 14/06/2009 20:18, in article
    >>> 92cZl.320221$641.255290@en-nntp-10.dc1.easynews.com, "FrozenNorth"
    >>> <frozennorth123@gm.nospam.ail.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> The Daring Dufas wrote:
    >>>>> FrozenNorth wrote:
    >>>>>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>>>>> Well, by running *nix based systems like Slackware Linux, PC-BSD and
    >>>>>>> Mac OS
    >>>>>>> X, I am not worried to much. Although subscribing to Full Discloser via
    >>>>>>> email makes me wonder if I should be...
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Considering that all links to it are posted on forums by newbies I
    >>>>>>> would say
    >>>>>>> yes.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> But I went to the site. Ugly old woman... No malware issues on
    >>>>>>> Firefox on a
    >>>>>>> updated *nix box
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>> Just to avoid the top-posting I did a big snip. Thought you had this
    >>>>>> fixed up yesterday.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> She is neither ugly or old, at least by my definition, but there are
    >>>>>> big black rectangles in place of the nips, so the OP shouldn't feel
    >>>>>> like he is missing anything.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> Robbie is a youngster and probably thinks 40 is old.
    >>>>> Damn, I wish I was that young again. <goes off to
    >>>>> apply more WD40 to skeletal joints>
    >>>>>
    >>>> Water Displacement Recipe #40 probably won't help joints much.
    >>>> ;-)
    >>> Daring Dufas: meant no offence but ya 40 is a bit old. The point I was
    >>> making is that that Bluuuue Rajah is he's not missing much. Just that's
    >>> she's no Alicia Silverstone, Drew Barrymore or Mira Sorvino. Then again I
    >>> only remember 'em from the 90's so they are all going on 40 anyway... :(
    >>>
    >>> Onideus Mad Hatter: True, scripting is the cause of a lot of issues, but
    >>> there are several vulnerabilities in plugins, addons, and in some cases the
    >>> browser itself. I like to use a virtual sandbox operating system to do most
    >>> of my online work, and edit out almost everything in about:config.
    >>>
    >>> Bit Twister: I find that virus and rootkit scanners, with even the best
    >>> heuristics fail often. By compressing, crypting and binding even a well know
    >>> trojan can bypass almost all AVs,,, even when excuted! And unless the
    >>> malware is prevalent then AV companies rarely find or add it.
    >>>
    >>> FrozenNorth: Was replying in the comp.security.firewalls group, never
    >>> noticed it was also in alt.2600 till I sent a reply. O' and wile WD-40 may
    >>> not work on joints, superglue sure as hell works on my molar's huge tooth
    >>> cavity! Canada, free useless health care, without dental. Underpaid ten
    >>> dollar doctors, and over greedy thousand dollar dentists...
    >>>

    >> And our own American Commiecrats want socialized medicine.
    >> It has failed miserably everywhere and BeeHO doesn't
    >> comprehend it or has some ulterior motive like gaining
    >> more control over the lives of the citizenry. I believe
    >> it's a control move and the the people in charge are
    >> certainly not be going to the same hospitals as the
    >> the lowly proletariat. It will be just like the old Soviet
    >> Union when they get their way. Those in charge will live
    >> in luxury and we the people will drown in vodka. I can't
    >> wait.
    >>
    >> TDD

    >
    > Even one is equal, and all equals are in poverty as was in Russia, soon most
    > of North America. No, I support the idea of free healthcare, it's just that
    > all the bums have abused the system and all the doctors do nothing but
    > prescribe drugs ( which is not included in public insurance ). Any good
    > doctors move to the states when they get their degree, and we are left with
    > candy stripe nurses. But hay, at least the soviets had vodka, here it's
    > taxes to high hell like everything else.
    >

    Robert, you have no idea of what you speak. In the US, although we have
    some of the best doctors, the average dr., that is, the dr's you get
    with an HMO are barely up to snuff. The worst thing about it is the
    insurance company telling you you have to see Dr. "A" even though they
    are a ****** Dr, and you don't like them, and the insurance company,
    with only profit motive in mind, telling you you can't have a treatment
    or service you need because "they" don't approve of it. You have no idea
    how good you have it. The DD is a product of the cold war mentality
    where they were brainwashed into believing that anything provided by
    government = the govt is controlling their lives and it's communist and
    we're all going to hell because... but when it comes to the "because"
    part he has no answer, just what the government told him. So in essence,
    he has become his own worst fear.

  5. #25
    Oldami
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    Rev Turd Fredericks wrote:
    > Robert James wrote:
    >> On 14/06/2009 23:34, in article h13tta$hjn$1@news.eternal-september.org,
    >> "The Daring Dufas" <the-daring-dufas@stinky.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>> On 14/06/2009 20:18, in article
    >>>> 92cZl.320221$641.255290@en-nntp-10.dc1.easynews.com, "FrozenNorth"
    >>>> <frozennorth123@gm.nospam.ail.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> The Daring Dufas wrote:
    >>>>>> FrozenNorth wrote:
    >>>>>>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>>>>>> Well, by running *nix based systems like Slackware Linux, PC-BSD
    >>>>>>>> and
    >>>>>>>> Mac OS
    >>>>>>>> X, I am not worried to much. Although subscribing to Full
    >>>>>>>> Discloser via
    >>>>>>>> email makes me wonder if I should be...
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> Considering that all links to it are posted on forums by newbies I
    >>>>>>>> would say
    >>>>>>>> yes.
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> But I went to the site. Ugly old woman... No malware issues on
    >>>>>>>> Firefox on a
    >>>>>>>> updated *nix box
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Just to avoid the top-posting I did a big snip. Thought you had
    >>>>>>> this
    >>>>>>> fixed up yesterday.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> She is neither ugly or old, at least by my definition, but there are
    >>>>>>> big black rectangles in place of the nips, so the OP shouldn't feel
    >>>>>>> like he is missing anything.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>> Robbie is a youngster and probably thinks 40 is old.
    >>>>>> Damn, I wish I was that young again. <goes off to
    >>>>>> apply more WD40 to skeletal joints>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> Water Displacement Recipe #40 probably won't help joints much.
    >>>>> ;-)
    >>>> Daring Dufas: meant no offence but ya 40 is a bit old. The point I was
    >>>> making is that that Bluuuue Rajah is he's not missing much. Just that's
    >>>> she's no Alicia Silverstone, Drew Barrymore or Mira Sorvino. Then
    >>>> again I
    >>>> only remember 'em from the 90's so they are all going on 40
    >>>> anyway... :(
    >>>>
    >>>> Onideus Mad Hatter: True, scripting is the cause of a lot of issues,
    >>>> but
    >>>> there are several vulnerabilities in plugins, addons, and in some
    >>>> cases the
    >>>> browser itself. I like to use a virtual sandbox operating system to
    >>>> do most
    >>>> of my online work, and edit out almost everything in about:config.
    >>>>
    >>>> Bit Twister: I find that virus and rootkit scanners, with even the best
    >>>> heuristics fail often. By compressing, crypting and binding even a
    >>>> well know
    >>>> trojan can bypass almost all AVs,,, even when excuted! And unless the
    >>>> malware is prevalent then AV companies rarely find or add it.
    >>>>
    >>>> FrozenNorth: Was replying in the comp.security.firewalls group, never
    >>>> noticed it was also in alt.2600 till I sent a reply. O' and wile
    >>>> WD-40 may
    >>>> not work on joints, superglue sure as hell works on my molar's huge
    >>>> tooth
    >>>> cavity! Canada, free useless health care, without dental. Underpaid ten
    >>>> dollar doctors, and over greedy thousand dollar dentists...
    >>>>
    >>> And our own American Commiecrats want socialized medicine.
    >>> It has failed miserably everywhere and BeeHO doesn't
    >>> comprehend it or has some ulterior motive like gaining
    >>> more control over the lives of the citizenry. I believe
    >>> it's a control move and the the people in charge are
    >>> certainly not be going to the same hospitals as the
    >>> the lowly proletariat. It will be just like the old Soviet
    >>> Union when they get their way. Those in charge will live
    >>> in luxury and we the people will drown in vodka. I can't
    >>> wait.
    >>>
    >>> TDD

    >>
    >> Even one is equal, and all equals are in poverty as was in Russia,
    >> soon most
    >> of North America. No, I support the idea of free healthcare, it's just
    >> that
    >> all the bums have abused the system and all the doctors do nothing but
    >> prescribe drugs ( which is not included in public insurance ). Any good
    >> doctors move to the states when they get their degree, and we are left
    >> with
    >> candy stripe nurses. But hay, at least the soviets had vodka, here it's
    >> taxes to high hell like everything else.
    >>

    > Robert, you have no idea of what you speak. In the US, although we have
    > some of the best doctors, the average dr., that is, the dr's you get
    > with an HMO are barely up to snuff. The worst thing about it is the
    > insurance company telling you you have to see Dr. "A" even though they
    > are a ****** Dr, and you don't like them, and the insurance company,
    > with only profit motive in mind, telling you you can't have a treatment
    > or service you need because "they" don't approve of it. You have no idea
    > how good you have it. The DD is a product of the cold war mentality
    > where they were brainwashed into believing that anything provided by
    > government = the govt is controlling their lives and it's communist and
    > we're all going to hell because... but when it comes to the "because"
    > part he has no answer, just what the government told him. So in essence,
    > he has become his own worst fear.


    A lot of truth in that. It really can vary a lot depending on where you
    live. I am fortunate to have company benefits that are extremely good,
    although the cost has risen quite a lot over the last decade or so. I
    have learned to shop well for my medical care, and, unfortunately, I
    have needed a lot lately. My general practitioner is wonderful. He
    actually read one of my emergency room reports and caught a
    misdiagnoses. His staff called me the next day and said to come in now.
    He was right and saved me a LOT of pain and suffering. Impressed the
    hell out of me.

    You have to know how to manage your health care - but it is not an easy
    thing to do. You have to know a lot and be very diligent to insure that
    your care is good quality. Most people just are not capable of doing
    it, especially while they are sick.

    Changing the health care situation in the US will probably be the
    hardest task the pres has accepted. There is no easy answer. Hillary
    failed at it. Obama probably will too. Hope that I'm wrong.
    -oldami

  6. #26
    Oldami
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    Kickin' More Ass and Takin' More Names wrote:
    >
    > "Bluuuue Rajah" <Bluuuuue@Rajah.> wrote in message
    > news:Xns9C2A62711ECE5lkajehoriuasldfjknak@207.115.33.102...
    >>
    >> I'm always suspicious of sex links that point back to lawless or
    >> communist
    >> countries, and somebody posted this link for a nipple slip pic onto agc,
    >> but the link points back to China.
    >>
    >> http://downunderdaily.com/Entertainm...frankel-shows-
    >> nipples-in-a-see-through-dress.html
    >>
    >> The link makes it look like they're in Australia, which they aren't,
    >> so it
    >> looks like they've gone to a lot of trouble to cover their trail. Norton
    >> Security flags it as clean, but I worry that the Chinese are good
    >> enough to
    >> get around Norton and still get a Trojan under the radar.
    >>
    >> Should I be suspicious of this, or am I just being a fraidy cat?
    >>

    >
    > If you wouldn't sit around looking at porn you wouldn't have this problem.
    >
    >
    >


    Did your mother ever tell you not to take candy from strangers? Today
    she needs to tell you not to click on links in spam. You may not get
    malware from it, but you will certainly waste your time (and they hope)
    money.
    -oldami

  7. #27
    Oldami
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    Rev Turd Fredericks wrote:
    > Robert James wrote:
    >> On 14/06/2009 23:34, in article h13tta$hjn$1@news.eternal-september.org,
    >> "The Daring Dufas" <the-daring-dufas@stinky.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>> On 14/06/2009 20:18, in article
    >>>> 92cZl.320221$641.255290@en-nntp-10.dc1.easynews.com, "FrozenNorth"
    >>>> <frozennorth123@gm.nospam.ail.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> The Daring Dufas wrote:
    >>>>>> FrozenNorth wrote:
    >>>>>>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>>>>>> Well, by running *nix based systems like Slackware Linux, PC-BSD
    >>>>>>>> and
    >>>>>>>> Mac OS
    >>>>>>>> X, I am not worried to much. Although subscribing to Full
    >>>>>>>> Discloser via
    >>>>>>>> email makes me wonder if I should be...
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> Considering that all links to it are posted on forums by newbies I
    >>>>>>>> would say
    >>>>>>>> yes.
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> But I went to the site. Ugly old woman... No malware issues on
    >>>>>>>> Firefox on a
    >>>>>>>> updated *nix box
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Just to avoid the top-posting I did a big snip. Thought you had
    >>>>>>> this
    >>>>>>> fixed up yesterday.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> She is neither ugly or old, at least by my definition, but there are
    >>>>>>> big black rectangles in place of the nips, so the OP shouldn't feel
    >>>>>>> like he is missing anything.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>> Robbie is a youngster and probably thinks 40 is old.
    >>>>>> Damn, I wish I was that young again. <goes off to
    >>>>>> apply more WD40 to skeletal joints>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> Water Displacement Recipe #40 probably won't help joints much.
    >>>>> ;-)
    >>>> Daring Dufas: meant no offence but ya 40 is a bit old. The point I was
    >>>> making is that that Bluuuue Rajah is he's not missing much. Just that's
    >>>> she's no Alicia Silverstone, Drew Barrymore or Mira Sorvino. Then
    >>>> again I
    >>>> only remember 'em from the 90's so they are all going on 40
    >>>> anyway... :(
    >>>>
    >>>> Onideus Mad Hatter: True, scripting is the cause of a lot of issues,
    >>>> but
    >>>> there are several vulnerabilities in plugins, addons, and in some
    >>>> cases the
    >>>> browser itself. I like to use a virtual sandbox operating system to
    >>>> do most
    >>>> of my online work, and edit out almost everything in about:config.
    >>>>
    >>>> Bit Twister: I find that virus and rootkit scanners, with even the best
    >>>> heuristics fail often. By compressing, crypting and binding even a
    >>>> well know
    >>>> trojan can bypass almost all AVs,,, even when excuted! And unless the
    >>>> malware is prevalent then AV companies rarely find or add it.
    >>>>
    >>>> FrozenNorth: Was replying in the comp.security.firewalls group, never
    >>>> noticed it was also in alt.2600 till I sent a reply. O' and wile
    >>>> WD-40 may
    >>>> not work on joints, superglue sure as hell works on my molar's huge
    >>>> tooth
    >>>> cavity! Canada, free useless health care, without dental. Underpaid ten
    >>>> dollar doctors, and over greedy thousand dollar dentists...
    >>>>
    >>> And our own American Commiecrats want socialized medicine.
    >>> It has failed miserably everywhere and BeeHO doesn't
    >>> comprehend it or has some ulterior motive like gaining
    >>> more control over the lives of the citizenry. I believe
    >>> it's a control move and the the people in charge are
    >>> certainly not be going to the same hospitals as the
    >>> the lowly proletariat. It will be just like the old Soviet
    >>> Union when they get their way. Those in charge will live
    >>> in luxury and we the people will drown in vodka. I can't
    >>> wait.
    >>>
    >>> TDD

    >>
    >> Even one is equal, and all equals are in poverty as was in Russia,
    >> soon most
    >> of North America. No, I support the idea of free healthcare, it's just
    >> that
    >> all the bums have abused the system and all the doctors do nothing but
    >> prescribe drugs ( which is not included in public insurance ). Any good
    >> doctors move to the states when they get their degree, and we are left
    >> with
    >> candy stripe nurses. But hay, at least the soviets had vodka, here it's
    >> taxes to high hell like everything else.
    >>

    > Robert, you have no idea of what you speak. In the US, although we have
    > some of the best doctors, the average dr., that is, the dr's you get
    > with an HMO are barely up to snuff. The worst thing about it is the
    > insurance company telling you you have to see Dr. "A" even though they
    > are a ****** Dr, and you don't like them, and the insurance company,
    > with only profit motive in mind, telling you you can't have a treatment
    > or service you need because "they" don't approve of it. You have no idea
    > how good you have it. The DD is a product of the cold war mentality
    > where they were brainwashed into believing that anything provided by
    > government = the govt is controlling their lives and it's communist and
    > we're all going to hell because... but when it comes to the "because"
    > part he has no answer, just what the government told him. So in essence,
    > he has become his own worst fear.


    A lot of truth in that. It really can vary a lot depending on where you
    live. I am fortunate to have company benefits that are extremely good,
    although the cost has risen quite a lot over the last decade or so. I
    have learned to shop well for my medical care, and, unfortunately, I
    have needed a lot lately. My general practitioner is wonderful. He
    actually read one of my emergency room reports and caught a
    misdiagnoses. His staff called me the next day and said to come in now.
    He was right and saved me a LOT of pain and suffering. Impressed the
    hell out of me.

    You have to know how to manage your health care - but it is not an easy
    thing to do. You have to know a lot and be very diligent to insure that
    your care is good quality. Most people just are not capable of doing
    it, especially while they are sick.

    Changing the health care situation in the US will probably be the
    hardest task the pres has accepted. There is no easy answer. Hillary
    failed at it. Obama probably will too. Hope that I'm wrong.
    -oldami

  8. #28
    Robert James
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    On 15/06/2009 01:58, in article
    D0hZl.154113$Lo1.25679@en-nntp-04.dc1.easynews.com, "Rev Turd Fredericks"
    <turdfred2@catholic.org> wrote:

    > Robert James wrote:
    >> On 14/06/2009 23:34, in article h13tta$hjn$1@news.eternal-september.org,
    >> "The Daring Dufas" <the-daring-dufas@stinky.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>> On 14/06/2009 20:18, in article
    >>>> 92cZl.320221$641.255290@en-nntp-10.dc1.easynews.com, "FrozenNorth"
    >>>> <frozennorth123@gm.nospam.ail.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> The Daring Dufas wrote:
    >>>>>> FrozenNorth wrote:
    >>>>>>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>>>>>> Well, by running *nix based systems like Slackware Linux, PC-BSD and
    >>>>>>>> Mac OS
    >>>>>>>> X, I am not worried to much. Although subscribing to Full Discloser via
    >>>>>>>> email makes me wonder if I should be...
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> Considering that all links to it are posted on forums by newbies I
    >>>>>>>> would say
    >>>>>>>> yes.
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> But I went to the site. Ugly old woman... No malware issues on
    >>>>>>>> Firefox on a
    >>>>>>>> updated *nix box
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Just to avoid the top-posting I did a big snip. Thought you had this
    >>>>>>> fixed up yesterday.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> She is neither ugly or old, at least by my definition, but there are
    >>>>>>> big black rectangles in place of the nips, so the OP shouldn't feel
    >>>>>>> like he is missing anything.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>> Robbie is a youngster and probably thinks 40 is old.
    >>>>>> Damn, I wish I was that young again. <goes off to
    >>>>>> apply more WD40 to skeletal joints>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> Water Displacement Recipe #40 probably won't help joints much.
    >>>>> ;-)
    >>>> Daring Dufas: meant no offence but ya 40 is a bit old. The point I was
    >>>> making is that that Bluuuue Rajah is he's not missing much. Just that's
    >>>> she's no Alicia Silverstone, Drew Barrymore or Mira Sorvino. Then again I
    >>>> only remember 'em from the 90's so they are all going on 40 anyway... :(
    >>>>
    >>>> Onideus Mad Hatter: True, scripting is the cause of a lot of issues, but
    >>>> there are several vulnerabilities in plugins, addons, and in some cases the
    >>>> browser itself. I like to use a virtual sandbox operating system to do most
    >>>> of my online work, and edit out almost everything in about:config.
    >>>>
    >>>> Bit Twister: I find that virus and rootkit scanners, with even the best
    >>>> heuristics fail often. By compressing, crypting and binding even a well
    >>>> know
    >>>> trojan can bypass almost all AVs,,, even when excuted! And unless the
    >>>> malware is prevalent then AV companies rarely find or add it.
    >>>>
    >>>> FrozenNorth: Was replying in the comp.security.firewalls group, never
    >>>> noticed it was also in alt.2600 till I sent a reply. O' and wile WD-40 may
    >>>> not work on joints, superglue sure as hell works on my molar's huge tooth
    >>>> cavity! Canada, free useless health care, without dental. Underpaid ten
    >>>> dollar doctors, and over greedy thousand dollar dentists...
    >>>>
    >>> And our own American Commiecrats want socialized medicine.
    >>> It has failed miserably everywhere and BeeHO doesn't
    >>> comprehend it or has some ulterior motive like gaining
    >>> more control over the lives of the citizenry. I believe
    >>> it's a control move and the the people in charge are
    >>> certainly not be going to the same hospitals as the
    >>> the lowly proletariat. It will be just like the old Soviet
    >>> Union when they get their way. Those in charge will live
    >>> in luxury and we the people will drown in vodka. I can't
    >>> wait.
    >>>
    >>> TDD

    >>
    >> Even one is equal, and all equals are in poverty as was in Russia, soon most
    >> of North America. No, I support the idea of free healthcare, it's just that
    >> all the bums have abused the system and all the doctors do nothing but
    >> prescribe drugs ( which is not included in public insurance ). Any good
    >> doctors move to the states when they get their degree, and we are left with
    >> candy stripe nurses. But hay, at least the soviets had vodka, here it's
    >> taxes to high hell like everything else.
    >>

    > Robert, you have no idea of what you speak. In the US, although we have
    > some of the best doctors, the average dr., that is, the dr's you get
    > with an HMO are barely up to snuff. The worst thing about it is the
    > insurance company telling you you have to see Dr. "A" even though they
    > are a ****** Dr, and you don't like them, and the insurance company,
    > with only profit motive in mind, telling you you can't have a treatment
    > or service you need because "they" don't approve of it. You have no idea
    > how good you have it. The DD is a product of the cold war mentality
    > where they were brainwashed into believing that anything provided by
    > government = the govt is controlling their lives and it's communist and
    > we're all going to hell because... but when it comes to the "because"
    > part he has no answer, just what the government told him. So in essence,
    > he has become his own worst fear.


    Hold a sec there, Rev.

    A) I never clamed America has a good health system, I said the good Canadian
    doctors go there for a job (public doctors here make 1/2 - 1/4 of private
    doctors in the US)

    B) Two-tier health care is illegal here, meaning the government tells them
    how much a doctor can make, there is no such thing as a pay-private
    practice.

    C) Be happy you can see Doctor "A", here it's a 14 month weighting list,
    even for those with an estimated 10-12 months left to live. ( The docs will
    AND HAVE moved up the estimate to collate w/ availably so they may say 22
    months)

    D) The provincial government in Manitoba is basically using the system to
    tax the hell out of us and control the population. No it's not communism and
    we are not going to hell. But it is socialism, and the working man does not
    win here.

    I am not saying that America is any good unless your a millionaire, I am
    saying that my countries health care sucks...




    --
    http://www.robertjames.50webs.com

    This message may contain confidential information and is intended only for
    the individual named. If you are not the named addressee you should not
    disseminate, distribute or copy this e-mail. Please notify the sender
    immediately by e-mail if you have received this e-mail by mistake and delete
    this e-mail from your system.


  9. #29
    Rev Turd Fredericks
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    The Daring Dufas wrote:
    > Rev Turd Fredericks wrote:
    >> The Daring Dufas wrote:
    >>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>> On 14/06/2009 20:18, in article
    >>>> 92cZl.320221$641.255290@en-nntp-10.dc1.easynews.com, "FrozenNorth"
    >>>> <frozennorth123@gm.nospam.ail.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> The Daring Dufas wrote:
    >>>>>> FrozenNorth wrote:
    >>>>>>> Robert James wrote:
    >>>>>>>> Well, by running *nix based systems like Slackware Linux, PC-BSD
    >>>>>>>> and
    >>>>>>>> Mac OS
    >>>>>>>> X, I am not worried to much. Although subscribing to Full
    >>>>>>>> Discloser via
    >>>>>>>> email makes me wonder if I should be...
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> Considering that all links to it are posted on forums by newbies I
    >>>>>>>> would say
    >>>>>>>> yes.
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> But I went to the site. Ugly old woman... No malware issues on
    >>>>>>>> Firefox on a
    >>>>>>>> updated *nix box
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Just to avoid the top-posting I did a big snip. Thought you had
    >>>>>>> this
    >>>>>>> fixed up yesterday.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> She is neither ugly or old, at least by my definition, but there are
    >>>>>>> big black rectangles in place of the nips, so the OP shouldn't feel
    >>>>>>> like he is missing anything.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>> Robbie is a youngster and probably thinks 40 is old.
    >>>>>> Damn, I wish I was that young again. <goes off to
    >>>>>> apply more WD40 to skeletal joints>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> Water Displacement Recipe #40 probably won't help joints much.
    >>>>> ;-)
    >>>>
    >>>> Daring Dufas: meant no offence but ya 40 is a bit old. The point I was
    >>>> making is that that Bluuuue Rajah is he's not missing much. Just that's
    >>>> she's no Alicia Silverstone, Drew Barrymore or Mira Sorvino. Then
    >>>> again I
    >>>> only remember 'em from the 90's so they are all going on 40
    >>>> anyway... :(
    >>>>
    >>>> Onideus Mad Hatter: True, scripting is the cause of a lot of issues,
    >>>> but
    >>>> there are several vulnerabilities in plugins, addons, and in some
    >>>> cases the
    >>>> browser itself. I like to use a virtual sandbox operating system to
    >>>> do most
    >>>> of my online work, and edit out almost everything in about:config.
    >>>>
    >>>> Bit Twister: I find that virus and rootkit scanners, with even the best
    >>>> heuristics fail often. By compressing, crypting and binding even a
    >>>> well know
    >>>> trojan can bypass almost all AVs,,, even when excuted! And unless the
    >>>> malware is prevalent then AV companies rarely find or add it.
    >>>>
    >>>> FrozenNorth: Was replying in the comp.security.firewalls group, never
    >>>> noticed it was also in alt.2600 till I sent a reply. O' and wile
    >>>> WD-40 may
    >>>> not work on joints, superglue sure as hell works on my molar's huge
    >>>> tooth
    >>>> cavity! Canada, free useless health care, without dental. Underpaid ten
    >>>> dollar doctors, and over greedy thousand dollar dentists...
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> And our own American Commiecrats want socialized medicine.
    >>> It has failed miserably everywhere and BeeHO doesn't
    >>> comprehend it or has some ulterior motive like gaining
    >>> more control over the lives of the citizenry. I believe
    >>> it's a control move and the the people in charge are
    >>> certainly not be going to the same hospitals as the
    >>> the lowly proletariat. It will be just like the old Soviet
    >>> Union when they get their way. Those in charge will live
    >>> in luxury and we the people will drown in vodka. I can't
    >>> wait.
    >>>

    >>
    >> Socialized medicine has not failed anywhere where do you get your
    >> information?

    >
    > Everything I know, I learned from Usenet.
    > FLNF
    >
    > TDD

    I figured so much.

  10. #30
    VanguardLH
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote (on Sun, 14 Jun 2009 20:23:22 -0400):

    > In alt.comp.anti-virus, VanguardLH wrote:
    >
    >> Usually (but not always) I check the Newsgroups header to see if some
    >> boob is including UNRELATED newgroups,

    >
    >> User-Agent: 40tude_Dialog/2.0.15.41

    >
    > Click the little plus sign at the left edge of the subject line (in the
    > message pane upper border). This will expand that border area to include
    > the list of newsgroups (and some other bits like the X-Face).


    I've got that expanded but your eyeballs still have to roll up to look
    at the header pane. I even have Dialog configured to show an Alert in
    that header pane if someone uses the FollowUp-To header (which is rarely
    appropriate). Alas, all I can select is to bold the header when it is
    present. It can also be colorized, and which is enabled, but there is
    no choice for a contrasting background color to really make it stand
    out. Most times, if I remember, I look in the Newsgroups list when
    composing a reply to check to where my reply will go. I try to remember
    to look before posting but then it's me having to remember to check.

    I've also now defined a filter that will colorize posts that include the
    goof groups in the Newsgroups or FollowUp-To headers.

  11. #31
    VanguardLH
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    NOTE: alt.2600 removed from my reply despite Rhonda's repeated attempts
    to reinsert it.

    Rhonda Lea Kirk Fries wrote:

    > Get a grip, Vanguard.


    You're not having fun, Rhonda? Then why are you here?

  12. #32
    VanguardLH
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    NOTE: alt.2600 still removed from my replies despite Rhonda's trollish
    attempts to reinsert it.

    Rhonda Lea Kirk Fries wrote:

    > You become more pedantic, trollish and clueless with every post you make.


    Keep defending that marvelous alt.2600 group. You go girl.
    (Wow, I just managed to cough that one out.)

  13. #33
    FromTheRafters
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    "Bluuuue Rajah" <Bluuuuue@Rajah.> wrote in message
    news:Xns9C2A62711ECE5lkajehoriuasldfjknak@207.115.33.102...
    >
    > I'm always suspicious of sex links that point back to lawless or
    > communist
    > countries, and somebody posted this link for a nipple slip pic onto
    > agc,
    > but the link points back to China.
    >
    > http://downunderdaily.com/Entertainm...frankel-shows-
    > nipples-in-a-see-through-dress.html


    [...]

    > Should I be suspicious of this, or am I just being a fraidy cat?


    Sure...that could put someone's eye out.



  14. #34
    FromTheRafters
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?


    "VanguardLH" <V@nguard.LH> wrote in message
    news:h13c7r$rbn$1@news.eternal-september.org...
    > NOTE: alt.2600 was omitted in my reply. Not interested in
    > participating
    > in a warez group. The OP deserves what he gets from there.


    Actually, it is a hacker's group. 2600 refers to Phone Phreaking another
    form of theft (of services).



  15. #35
    buddy b
    Guest

    Re: Should I be suspicious of this?

    On Tue, 16 Jun 2009 08:08:48 -0400, "FromTheRafters"
    <erratic@nomail.afraid.org> wrote:

    >"Bluuuue Rajah" <Bluuuuue@Rajah.> wrote in message
    >news:Xns9C2A62711ECE5lkajehoriuasldfjknak@207.115.33.102...
    >>
    >> I'm always suspicious of sex links that point back to lawless or
    >> communist
    >> countries, and somebody posted this link for a nipple slip pic onto
    >> agc,
    >> but the link points back to China.
    >>
    >>

    http://downunderdaily.com/Entertainm...frankel-shows-
    >> nipples-in-a-see-through-dress.html

    >
    >[...]
    >
    >> Should I be suspicious of this, or am I just being a fraidy cat?

    >
    >Sure...that could put someone's eye out.
    >

    I doubt if the asian nipples could:>)

Similar Threads

  1. Re: Outbox activity - suspicious?
    By mikecosta387@gmail.com in forum alt.computer.security
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 04-06-09, 09:18 AM
  2. Replies: 3
    Last Post: 12-17-08, 12:41 PM
  3. I'm a suspicious person it seems...
    By Keg Party in forum General Discussion Board
    Replies: 10
    Last Post: 08-27-07, 02:19 PM
  4. Mystery revealed: Canadian Spy Coins
    By minir in forum General Discussion Board
    Replies: 16
    Last Post: 05-08-07, 07:08 PM

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •