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MoonSpot

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    MoonSpot got a reaction from Results45 in Navi 21/23 Cards Rumored (aka "Nvidia Killers" xD)   
    Fool me once shame on...
    Shame on y-you.
    ...
    Fool me ya can't get fooled again.
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    MoonSpot reacted to ARikozuM in Robo Cop has no interest in helping out a woman, only in keeping the park clean   
    If this is made by the HP I'm thinking of, I can see why it doesn't do what it's supposed to do. Also, warranty calls probably take an hour to get to a person. 
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    MoonSpot reacted to huilun02 in Blizzard Preventing Users From Deleting their Accounts   
    Going full-on communism huh...
    They don't have our photos to begin with. Asking for it to delete an account serves no real security purpose. Kinda obvious who is the real party that wants our photos.
     
    also, liberate Hong Kong. Independent Taiwan. Deal with it.
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from MEC-777 in What song are you listening to right now.   
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    MoonSpot reacted to SpaceGhostC2C in Hacking victim hacks the hackers and releases their encryption keys   
    That took him 6 days to code. The 7th was for debugging, but who even does that? Let the suckers beta-test!
     
     
     
    [a few centuries later]
     
    "Err.... OK, let's see: format world --method=rain"
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from Bananasplit_00 in Hacking victim hacks the hackers and releases their encryption keys   
    The correct way to read the OP and article includes playing Ennio Morricone - L'estasi dell'Oro (The ecstasy of gold -The good, the bad & the ugly) in the background; preferably while on horseback trotting into the sunset.
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    MoonSpot reacted to spartaman64 in Hacking victim hacks the hackers and releases their encryption keys   
    source: https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/10/08/ransomware-bitcoin-hacker-cryptocurrency-muhstik-rekt/
     
    Great job by battleck who cares if it isn't technically legal he just saved a bunch of people from having to pay ransom to criminals. For most people who don't have important files they shouldn't pay the ransom and encourage the hackers. I know there's no files on my computer worth 0.09 bitcoins unless the price of bitcoins crash dramatically.
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from kirashi in What song are you listening to right now.   
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    MoonSpot reacted to Eaglerino in Blizzard bans pro hearthstone player for supporting Hong Kong protests   
    I'm wishing more and more that it should be illegal to sell out to foreign entities like China or really any other country. It was astounding when we started trading with China after Tienanmen square, and it's astounding so many silicon valley companies are ignoring China's anti-democracy antics because they pay well today. I guess it's not really that surprising, money speaks above all
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    MoonSpot reacted to JZStudios in Venezuela? Sanctioned. Adobe users? Banned! Refunds? Denied. - Adobe bans Venezuelan users to comply with US sanctions, no refunds   
    Adobe should know you never pull out.
     
    +1 to "Another good example of why the service model sucks." I'd rather pay the $1000 for the products I need and be done with it and actually own it. Or, seeing as how they've become so complacent lately, just find a cheaper alternative like Affinity, which a bunch of people have freely switched to and say it has a bunch of features they've been asking for years from Adobe. $50 and you own it for life, including updates. At this point pretty much everything reads and writes the Adobe formats too, so compatibility isn't even an issue. They have alternatives for Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator.
    Pissed. Peeved... that's all I got off the top of my head.
    provoked could work.
    Yeah, along with the nation-wide diet! How could this happen?
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    MoonSpot reacted to MEC-777 in What song are you listening to right now.   
    Love Big Wreck. They're definitely on my "greatest bands of all time" list.
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from MEC-777 in What song are you listening to right now.   
    Had the song since 99/2k, not sure where I picked it up (alternative addiction, napster, mIRC or a dozen other places).  Never could find out where to buy it, till now; 'googling' for it back then was fruitless.  Apparently was released on "Edgefest 99" of all damn things.  I was actually shocked/pissed, until I saw the other tracks on the compilation and realized I own the original discs for 90% of the contributing artists in it(edgefest'99) and was like... "Oh; I might have opted not to buy it back then anyways" ... so... yea.
    [/end story of near Tolkien'esk lvl epicness]
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    MoonSpot reacted to MEC-777 in What song are you listening to right now.   
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from kirashi in What song are you listening to right now.   
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    MoonSpot reacted to Ichoumaz in What song are you listening to right now.   
    whenever i hear this song i almost cry
     
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from soldier_ph in Best shower thoughts   
    Thoughts, or thots?

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    MoonSpot got a reaction from cliffordwilcu in What song are you listening to right now.   
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    MoonSpot reacted to Yoinkerman in Canadian big telecom get temporary stay of ruling over wholesale overcharges.   
    Nah when I subsidize telecom companies with my taxes they can pay it forward
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    MoonSpot reacted to DrMacintosh in Intel Concedes HEDT, Practically slashes pricing in half with Cascade Lake X   
    The Galaxy class is an absurdly massive and advanced starship. Have you seen this video which goes over how much square footage there is for a standard crew compliment? If it was any bigger it would have its own orbit. 
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    MoonSpot reacted to Master Disaster in Intel Concedes HEDT, Practically slashes pricing in half with Cascade Lake X   
    Intel have been profiteering for years.
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from DrMacintosh in Intel Concedes HEDT, Practically slashes pricing in half with Cascade Lake X   
    But the 1701-D had 3 main computers working in tandem continually backing each-other up, all the while being able to function independently(so like the saucer section can operate when cut loose)...Alternatively there appears to have been only 1 computer when the plot needed it.  So we don't know how to meet your design requirements;  Ya want 1 pewder or three?
    At least you don't want the computer from STD(discovery);  That thing runs on pixie dust, dashed hopes, and the souls of stillborns from what we can tell.
     
    Regards, intel design teams PR & Marketing sub-leads intern; the 3rd.
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    MoonSpot reacted to Trixanity in Intel Concedes HEDT, Practically slashes pricing in half with Cascade Lake X   
    Competition is a beautiful thing.
    That's a lot of profit being lifted straight out of Intel's pockets. Goes to show how crazy good the margins Intel must have had over the last decade.
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    MoonSpot got a reaction from Origami Cactus in Best shower thoughts   
    Thoughts, or thots?

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    MoonSpot got a reaction from Beef Boss in Best shower thoughts   
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