Brian Ryanberger: I will not work for anybody who forces me to go on Facebook and parade my life around on the internet like a cheap whore. I had to get rid of Facebook because of certain women who know who they are and shall remain nameless because the judge stripped my First Amendment right to talk about them but they still got to use all that stuff I wrote on Facebook against me. The scariest part about Facebook is that if you sense a problem and deactivate your account that Facebook keeps all of it and will even give it to attorneys for nameless Jezebels even if you say you forgot the password. That's hacking in my book but it still comes down to the fact that you have no First Amendment rights on Facebook and they will sell you out at the drop of a hat over low women.
HindiDiscoMonster: You can always destroy your data the way the govt does... sand your hdd platters till all of the magnetic material is dust. /Had a roommate that was assigned that duty in the Navy
namatad: I am much more curious as to what might be on that hard drive. Ignoring the picture in the article.Did the boy damage the cylinders or just the electronics. Destroying the electronics is worthless.Destroying the platters is the only way to go. So unless he drilled them or opened the case and broke them, it will be entertaining to find out what, if anything is found. /pages after pages of "must not kill my mother" "must not kill those teachers" "must not ....
Brian Ryanberger: That's hacking in my book
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