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Check out what I found on micro$oft website: http://www.microsoft.com/athome/secu...n/kidtalk.mspx Now if you're asking me WTF I was doing on MS site, humm... well, let's say you never know you enemy ...
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    l337$p33k lessons by... microsoft. Yes, I'm serious!


    Check out what I found on micro$oft website:

    http://www.microsoft.com/athome/secu...n/kidtalk.mspx

    Now if you're asking me WTF I was doing on MS site, humm... well, let's say you never know you enemy well enough....

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    somebody already posted this... still kind of funny

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    yeah it is
    Linux is for those who want to know why their computer works.

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    Poor kids...
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    Human knowledge belongs to the world.

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    Poor parents.... need the company that created their operating-system to inform them how to communicate with their childeren...

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    Quote Originally Posted by smindinvern
    somebody already posted this... still kind of funny
    Sorry I miss that post.

    That page makes me think: When someone buys Microsoft office, a part of the money (s)he's spending on the package is going to pay some Microsoft people to write such articles...
    I'm glad I'm not spending any cent on their product!!

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    Leet words of concern or indicating possible illegal activity:


    "warez" or "w4r3z": Illegally copied software available for download.


    "h4x": Read as "hacks," or what a malicious computer hacker does.


    "pr0n": An anagram of "porn," possibly indicating the use of pornography.


    "sploitz" (short for exploits): Vulnerabilities in computer software used by hackers.


    "pwn": A typo-deliberate version of own, a slang term often used to express superiority over others that can be used maliciously, depending on the situation. This could also be spelled "0\/\/n3d" or "pwn3d," among other variations. Online video game bullies or "griefers" often use this term.


    I like this part
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    Some people have told me they don't think a fat penguin really embodies the grace of Linux, which just tells me they have never seen a angry penguin charging at them in excess of 100mph. They'd be a lot more careful about what they say if they had.
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