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From: merharm at wra.net (matt merhar)
Subject: Mostly Off Topic: Teach me how to hack etcetera.

hello core|ppc,
it is obvious to me that you are a contributing member of this list.
however, that fact that you frequently email full-disclosure@...sys.com
with anecdotes about your personal thoughts/opinions does not mean the
content of your contributions is worthwhile. i believe that if you would
like to advertise your favorite websites you might be better of in a
yahoo chatroom because, well, i have this ephemeral suspicion that
nobody really gives a shit about your favorite internet/hacking
bookmarks. i enjoy reading this list, but whenever i see a few new
messages in my inbox only to realize you were the author of them, i
punch my monitor in brief outburst of violence. your presence on this
list is detrimental to all and i believe that it'd be in the best
interest of everyone if you were to simply stop spamming your childish
prose. some might reply saying that i should use procmail or a similar
tool to filter mr. stevenson's unintelligible ramblings, but
unfortunately i haven't the ability to configure such complex software.
it would also be much more gratifying for me to witness your retirement
from this forum first hand. shouldn't you be changing the toner in your
lab's laserjets right now, anyhow?
-matt! :~)

matt merhar
high school student with an iq much higher than charles stevenson's.
(hence the reason i don't attend/work at the College of Eastern Utah San
Juan Campus)
pgp is for faggots.

p.s. - i think you've an entirely warped sense of what it means to be a
hacker. there are already enough rloxley's in the world. stop spreading
your philosophy; it's obviously incorrect.

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