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North of the State of Jefferson

There be some nasty critters in them thar swamps.


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Something catches your eye as you close the door behind x704.net. Something undefinable. Like an Anakin Skywalker tractor beam. Something sucking away and creating an intellectual vacuum.

You turn and regard it. Like the head of Medusa. It calls itself Anonymous and claims to hail from somewhere north of the state of Jefferson.

Analysing this small gem of monkey level stupidity is a total treat. The first graf is enough.

It's clear to me exactly what's trying to be communicated at the linked page. I think it's something about some sort of tool for examining inodes directly, rather than looking at the higher level view of the filesystem as files...but I don't really know and am reluctant to download and run something from a page advertised by people who are a bit too smug in their broken English while talking about hidden files and rootkits.

Let's take that line by line. It's wonderful.

  1. It's clear to me exactly
  2. I think it's something about some sort of tool
  3. I don't really know

That in itself merits a standing ovation. And of course a free one way pass into the Hall of Monkeys.

And smug? The writers at this site smug? With monkeys like Anonymous North of the State of Jefferson what's there to be smug about? No matter where you happen to live? For sooner or later we'll all be forced to admit we more or less belong to the same species as Anonymous Monkey North of Virginia. And that hurts.

North of the state of Jefferson? What's there anyway? North of the state of Jefferson is north of Monticello Virginia. About all that's north of there is the Potomac. That's a bunch of swamps. There are no monkeys there - only frogs and slugs.

See Also
GDE: Got Rootkit?
x704.net: the english is not great ... interesting none the less
The Technological: 'the english is not great ... interesting none the less'

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