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(Gizmodo)   Suspected murderer John McAfee asks around the internet if anyone knows of a cell phone that can't be tracked. Expected to soon tweet his complaints about how expensive lye is   (gizmodo.com) divider line 118
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2012-11-16 05:27:09 PM

WanPhat: There is corruption, especially related to smuggling of drugs and women, but I see no reason for them to put a hit on McAfee. Most of the time it's hard to get the police to care about anything or do anything. He's embarrassed them with the fruitless drug and weapon raids, but it's still hard to believe they'd bother trying to murder a high profile guy.


I don't hear anybody saying that. I think we're all pretty much in agreement that he's crazy as fark, and made up all the stories about how the government was going to kill him. I think he really believes all this stuff, but that doesn't make it so.
 
2012-11-16 05:53:49 PM
What's all this jibber-jabber about putting lye in glass?

Wiki: "Sodium hydroxide slowly reacts with glass to form sodium silicate. Because of this, glass joints and stopcocks exposed to NaOH have a tendency to "freeze". Flasks and glass-lined chemical reactors are damaged by long exposure to hot sodium hydroxide"
 
2012-11-16 05:55:58 PM
a BlackBerry?
 
2012-11-16 05:57:21 PM
Dude looks like he's #winning.

/maybe I'm naive and shiate, but I guess I'd talk to the police if I were confidant I had nothing to do with the murder.
// if you ask Amanda Knox, I bet she'd say lawyer up and get someone from the embassy over there pronto.
 
2012-11-16 06:10:14 PM
www.sigmaaldrich.com

Remember plastic containers though yo!!

media.amctv.com
 
2012-11-16 06:42:25 PM
home.ptd.net

10-4
 
2012-11-16 07:15:45 PM

Diogenes: The Prime Minister of Belize yesterday called McAfee "bonkers."

Is "bonkers" a cognate?


Bonkers is British English, meaning bugnuts crazy. To bonk can also mean to have sex, so pick your context carefully or there may be unintended consequences.
 
2012-11-16 07:28:04 PM

Spiralmonkey: Diogenes: The Prime Minister of Belize yesterday called McAfee "bonkers."

Is "bonkers" a cognate?

Bonkers is British English, meaning bugnuts crazy. To bonk can also mean to have sex, so pick your context carefully or there may be unintended consequences.


Wouldn't that be "boinkers"?
 
2012-11-16 07:28:47 PM

DeathByGeekSquad: Perception is a powerful thing -

The police have openly stated that they don't consider him a suspect, but want to question him to get a better understanding of the tense situation involving the two neighbors. McAfee, on the other hand, has made so many enemies in the area that he can't trust anyone.

I'm guessing that it comes down to something like this:

McAfee had a spat with the neighbor. The neighbor tried to sicken some dogs, but ended up killing them instead. McAfee ranted/raged about it to the 'help' - who are known criminals, probably saying something along the lines of, "ILL KILL THE MOTHERFARKER, HE SHOULD BE DEAD FOR WHAT HE DID.", so the 'help' went ahead and killed him.

Now McAfee, because he didn't intentionally order the murder, is fearful that he'll be framed as intentionally setting things up because of his 'on the edge' lifestyle and grandiose actions of the past.


Like a latter day Henry II and Thomas Becket / "will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest" kind of deal? I'm not sure he's that kind of Shakespearean-level tragic figure though, I think he's more of a oh-fark-what-did-I-do-last-night type.
 
2012-11-16 07:32:21 PM
<b><a href="http://www.fark.com/comments/7437728/80747933#c80747933" target="_blank">Gyrfalcon</a>:</b> <i>Spiralmonkey: Diogenes: The Prime Minister of Belize yesterday called McAfee "bonkers."

Is "bonkers" a cognate?

Bonkers is British English, meaning bugnuts crazy. To bonk can also mean to have sex, so pick your context carefully or there may be unintended consequences.

Wouldn't that be "boinkers"?</i>

Only if they're farking crazy.

/ Ba-dum tish
 
2012-11-16 09:08:35 PM
starring lenny dykstra as walter white
 
2012-11-16 09:09:31 PM

CapeFearCadaver: Stone Meadow: [threadjack]
Is there such a thing as an anonymous cell phone? IOW, one that isn't tied to a credit card or something else that identifies you? This is for a BiL who's semi homeless and doesn't have any credit, but who will carry a phone if my wife (his sister) buys it for him. He doesn't want a regular cheap cell phone tho because "they" will be tracking him and trying to sell him shiat, etc.. TIA
[/threadjack]

Ppfffffffft. Whatever, McAfee.


Simply marvelous. Double points for being the adjacent post.
 
2012-11-16 09:42:10 PM

hairywoogit: Stone Meadow: [threadjack]
Is there such a thing as an anonymous cell phone? IOW, one that isn't tied to a credit card or something else that identifies you? This is for a BiL who's semi homeless and doesn't have any credit, but who will carry a phone if my wife (his sister) buys it for him. He doesn't want a regular cheap cell phone tho because "they" will be tracking him and trying to sell him shiat, etc.. TIA
[/threadjack]

Prepaid phone, cash only, damage the gps hardware inside the phone....


Oh yeah, that $25 prepaid phone they sell at Family Dollar definitely has expensive GPS technology built into it. There's a reason they call them "Talk n Toss."

/Had a Net 10 phone for about three years now. I spend about $100 a year for minutes, and no marketing calls. If all you need is a cheap-ass phone for calls and the occasional text, they're just fine.
 
2012-11-16 10:15:43 PM
ive said it 100 times: buy a few bottle of drano (or similar) every time you go food shopping. that way it doesnt stand out like a sore thumb when you need it.
 
2012-11-16 11:24:27 PM

A Terrible Human: DeathByGeekSquad: Now McAfee, because he didn't intentionally order the murder, is fearful that he'll be framed as intentionally setting things up because of his 'on the edge' lifestyle and grandiose actions of the past.

Nah that crazy motherfarker has been synthesizing his own bath salts. I could very well believe he killed someone.


He wasn't making bath salts, he was using them to make crack bath salts. He said that he would stay awake for days and fark anything in sight. He shared it and some people farked each other and his dogs, or went around town groping any man or woman they could find. Not so much crazy as just a little too ambitious.
 
2012-11-17 06:53:26 AM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Lye? Pfft.

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Isn`t it fluoric acid they use to get rid of bodies?
 
2012-11-17 07:00:44 AM

Spiralmonkey: <b><a href="http://www.fark.com/comments/7437728/80747933#c80747933" target="_blank">Gyrfalcon</a>:</b> <i>Spiralmonkey: Diogenes: The Prime Minister of Belize yesterday called McAfee "bonkers."

Is "bonkers" a cognate?

Bonkers is British English, meaning bugnuts crazy. To bonk can also mean to have sex, so pick your context carefully or there may be unintended consequences.

Wouldn't that be "boinkers"?</i>

Only if they're farking crazy.

/ Ba-dum tish


To `bonk` is to strike, it`s onomatopoeic
People who have been hit on the head are a bit daft, or bonkers.
"I`d hit that" equates to "I`d bonk that"
You can bonk someone and if you did you would be bonking.
"Bonkers can be bonking" has many meanings like "Bonking people can be bonkers"
 
2012-11-17 10:10:18 AM

A Terrible Human: DeathByGeekSquad: Now McAfee, because he didn't intentionally order the murder, is fearful that he'll be framed as intentionally setting things up because of his 'on the edge' lifestyle and grandiose actions of the past.

Nah that crazy motherfarker has been synthesizing his own bath salts. I could very well believe he killed someone.


And thenputting it up his butt., according an article I read. In my observation, only the truly far gone reprobates resort to keistering their drug of choice.
 
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