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Re: Web Application Security Awareness Day
From: n3td3v <xploitable () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008 23:01:38 +0100
On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 10:46 PM, <auto188821 () hush com> wrote:
I'm considering cancelling Web Application Security Awareness Day
>because no one is supporting my day everyone is just saying nasty
>things and cloning things i've said to make fun of me and make me
The more important you think you are, the less others are inclined
to. Inciting you to anger was the primary objective, not because
we care but because you have become entertainment.
>Most likely causes people aren't supporting the day is because its
>who announced it,
Acknowledgement is the first step.
>Web Application Security Awareness Day was supposed to be the day
The sooner you realize no one cares if you or anyone else shines,
the better off you will be. Fascinating how the word-wrap ended up
emphasizing the same words you would have.
Listen carefully. Hear that silence? That's nobody in the real
world caring. Nobody except your little circle of touchy-feely
friends wants to gather behind you. You are not a special
snowflake. Get over it and grow up - in spite of your claim to be
26-7, you have the emotional age of a 15 year old.
Keep on beating on the side of the cage, someone might listen.
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- Re: Web Application Security Awareness Day, (continued)