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The BoYs from PeLaSgIa
What do the Athens police and Yahoo have in common?
Pelasgia is an old area of Greece. Historians are not in agreement, but some think there was a people around - with their own language - before the Greeks arrived.
Today it's a symbol for the far right ultra nationalistic fascistic element, the one that didn't want Mikis released, that wanted Costa-Gavras hunted down, that wanted Melina never operating at all, that wanted all popular music banned, that prohibited suggesting in print that Socrates was gay, and so forth.
These lovely overgrown adolescents and other assorted maniacs didn't appreciate the fact the incidents associated with this site were making their country look bad - so they attacked.
Today they escalated the war with a juicy copy of the Win32/Mytob.BV worm. The boggle minds. These retards didn't even check out the websites they want to attack. Any 2 year old mongoloid would have seen this is Apple software, and puerile x86 worm code has no effect on a PowerPC.
And although almost any 4 year old would have obfuscated the mail headers, such matters are beyond these geniuses, so of course the entire missive is already on the desktop of someone at yahoo-inc.com and on its way to the police in Athens.
There goes yet another otherwise promising academic career.
But it's the thought that counts - and given a verified source IP and an exact time stamp it's no challenge at all, computer lab or no, to track old papalouki down.
Date: Mon Nov 07, 2005 09:05:40 AM Europe/Athens
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