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I have been threatened.
From: "intel unit" <n3td4v () hush ai>
Date: Mon, 01 Mar 2010 22:39:56 +0000

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MY NAME IS ANDREW WALLACE AND I AM BEING BUGGED OUT OF MY MIND BY
THE INTELLIGENCE ESTABLISHMENT.

SOMEONE HELP.

Yahoo probably hired assassins to take me out. This is probably
going to end up on valleywag or something.

Sorry guys. I won't be coming back.

- ----- Forwarded message from Henri Torgemane <johndoetron () hush ai> -
- ----
Hello, I was taken off list, but let me fwd this.

Thanks

- ----- Forwarded message from mark seiden <mis () yahoo-inc com> -----
if you think i'm going to take you up on your troll and contaminate
the list
with something that doesn't interest them, you're wrong.

just go away.


On Feb 28, 2010, at 7:02 PM, Henri Torgemane wrote:

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Yes.

To clarify, this post was meant to be satirical. It was not
written
by an employee at Yahoo. I apologize for mentioning age. (In the
United States, you're not allowed to mention age, creed, gender,
etc. in terms of hiring new guys)

However, I have a question for you Mark.

What is your opinion on Andrew Wallace and "n3td3v"? Would Yahoo!
consider vouching for him after all the high-value intel he's
given
you?


On Sat, 27 Feb 2010 20:42:30 +0000 mark seiden <mis () yahoo-inc com>
wrote:
yet another nice troll with a stylistic stench of n3td3v about
it,
judging by
the fanciful misconceptions surrounding a kernel of truth
(and the phony attribution to someone to whom he's taken an
unreasonable
disliking...)

it's true that yahoo is hiring security people, though, typically
not as consultants
but as employees -- programmers and engineers who are clueful
about
security.

careers.yahoo.com is a good way, in fact,  to find out about
those
jobs.  at rough count
50 jobs in the US (mostly bay area) with the word "security" in
their abstract, and a
sizeable number in india, asia, and europe accessible off
separate
links.

also, there are particularly numerous jobs for "service
engineering" pros,
people who are good at production services delivery at a very
large scale.

if there are qualified applicants on this list (or your friends)
who want their name put
in for something particular, happy to refer them (i'd even get a
referral incentive).

btw, please mention the  specific posted position(s) that you
think would suit you.

(you don't have to be 25-35.  in fact, such a requirement would
not be
legal under US labor law...).


On Feb 27, 2010, at 9:25 AM, Henri Torgemane wrote:

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http://careers.yahoo.com/

Looking for a dream job?

Yahoo! is hiring security consultants worldwide 25-35 to help
join
our new Cyber Security Task Force.

We are working with the government to provide a security service
for our web and messenger platforms. Especially people with
experience harvesting vital intelligence, which is the life
blood
of our security system. All aspects of security, risk
management,
analysis. We embody the paranoid, professional spirit of
corporatism. With delight (and muffins!)

At Yahoo!, big thinking comes with the territory. When your work
reaches over half a billion users--that's 1 out of every 2
people
online--there's no small task. We need creative minds that can
take
us new places. Individuals who want to positively impact their
career--and the world at large. We're looking for Big Thinkers
who
embody the fun, innovative, collaborative spirit that's uniquely
Yahoo!.

We're looking for people like you. To protect it.

I look forward to seeing your applications. Let's protect our
data.
Let's create the future, together.

Henri Torgemane
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