On 2005-12-24, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> __/ [GreyCloud] on Saturday 24 December 2005 18:03 \__
>> Malware Magnet wrote:
>>> On 2005-12-24, Colin Shute-Griggs
>>> <colin.shute-griggs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>Malware Magnet, <malware.vbs@xxxxxxxxxx>, the futureless, lawless crack
>>>>whore, and worker responsible for being pressed between hot metal plates
>>>>under hydraulic pressure to obtain a smoother and shinier finish,
>>>>>Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannakah, Quanza, Ramadan, something
>>>>>else, or nothing at all...
>>>>>Happy holidays everyone.
>>> more of the same.
>> Yeup. Another disgruntled maggot$oft employee. Hehehe...
>> Merry Christmas.
> Merry Christmas, Malware. Better luck with the trolls next time... *smile*
> You should be renamed Troll Magnet next year.
LOL! Indeed - however, this was my intent from the beginning (more on that
in a minute).
Trolls mindlessly flock to me almost as much as MS :-)
I obviously unnerved the dullard who posts from 81.286.2.139. I (and others)
have repeatedly revealed the idiocy behind Erik F.'s and billwg's fabrications.
And we're all on to flatfish and his relentless delusions.
I know... I know... the best solution would be to completely ignore them.
But they post their nonsense knowing it will result in search engine hits.
I thought I'd return the favor. Typing malware magnet into a search engine -
even from msn.com, returns enough to satisfy my objective.
I'll help proliferate this search term through several blogs/feedback
threads (such as on that idiot George Ou's crapfest) and other assorted
bulletin boards and chat rooms. Simply posting something like "Windows is
such a magnet for malware" is all it takes. "Magnet for malware" returns my
posts at #4 or #5 on Google and #3 on MSN.
Merry Christmas :-)
Back from the restroom? Better scan your Windows system.