All Cell Phones Are Belong To Us

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    heard about it on the news today...why don't the people who create these viruses get a real job?

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    Typical, isn't it. Whenever something good is created, like Bluetooth mobile phones, someone has to go and wreck it for everyone.

    Imagine if people like that didn't exist. Goodbye firewalls and virus checkers, good bye spam, goodbye popups.
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    So glad i have my 5 year old cell phone who's going to mess with that beast
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    yea it was bound to happen though. Wait till they are hijacking these new cars with bluetooth and getting poeple all screwed on their gps.

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    Computers will be our doom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennyandthejets
    Computers will be our doom!
    Nope not our doom, the computer illeterate people who praise windows XP home's doom. i think that most computer litterate people would be able to fix up their security.

    linux on mobiles anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennyandthejets
    Imagine if people like that didn't exist. Goodbye firewalls and virus checkers, good bye spam, goodbye popups.
    a world like that kinda sucks for programmers, doesn't it

    isn't it strange, programmers make viruses to ensusre anti-virus programmers have jobs
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    >>the computer illeterate people who praise windows XP home's doom

    you've just described 85% of computer users...don't be too rush buddy

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    axon uses winxp home

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    axon uses winxp home
    Haha exposed... I use XP Pro
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    >>axon uses winxp home

    proud of it RoD, my car is still dirty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennyandthejets
    Haha exposed... I use XP Pro
    lmao, this may sound wierd, but im running XP Home on my 3.0 GHZ HP, and XP Pro on my 700MHZ Compaq And like.. OS7 on my ancient powerpc..

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    >>this may sound wierd

    why "would it sound wierd" ?

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    Because it was weird that he said "this may sound weird"

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