MadSkillz: Best headline ever.
Radioactive Ass: Good headline... but a newsflash? Am I missing something here?
thenewmissus: I see what you did there subby.+1 internet for you.
poe_zlaw: Its quite hilarious when you think of the paralells between him being present in Belize and being present on your computer.At first, he's welcome and seems to be innocently being a welcomed addition. Things start getting weird and not making sense, he begins to cause big disruptions, but always seems to have an excuse. Next thing you know, other systems and people are totally pissed and someone turns up dead. You want him out of your country, but you cant find him. You keep seeing signs of him, but the amount of time you are spending looking for him is costing a fortune. You wish hed never shown up and just want your old way of life back. He tries to go next door to Guatemala, but they've already learned they want none of it.Now just think of him in terms of his crappy software, Belize and Guatemala both computers and you will see history repeats itself. I wonder how this cycle will play out in Belizean prisons. Maybe theyll just delete the file and all remants.
Bathysphere: Did one of his ten girlfriends help rat him out? DRTFA
ingineervt: "arrested...for illegally entering the country?"Um...yeah...take that Americans. Have a taste of your own medicine!
sexorcisst: Now that he is in prison, he is actually going to want some trojans.
themindiswatching: So I've been wondering...are the cops in Belize really as corrupt as McAfee claims? Or is this some elaborate setup for an eventual insanity plea?
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