A Nurse with a Gun

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Hello



This post has now served it's purpose.

I am going to leave the photo as a reminder, the text is gone.

Nothing more needs to be said.

22 Comments:

Blogger James R. Rummel said...

I'm afraid that I don't know what this post is supposed to mean.

James

8:44 PM  
Anonymous Stephen said...

New Game or would it be Restart !!

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Josh said...

I don't get it.

Or would this have something to do with the threatening emails you got?

9:34 PM  
Blogger alpineman said...

He's most likely some snot-nosed progressive who's seen too many Michael Moore films and happened across your blog, and decided to (mis)direct his frustration in your direction. He isn't worth another minute of your time. You have better things to say, methinks -- and I mean that with all due respect. Let's get back to 1911 projects, 870 projects and pawn shop guns, shall we?

9:55 PM  
Blogger Countertop said...

Pawn Shop lessons. Yes, great idea.

And 1911 projects. And pretty revolvers.

And not so pretty revolvers.

And idiots pointing loaded guns at their head.

Lots of goodies. Hope it isn't ending (especially since I feel partly responsible for putting up the post that set a certain Cowboy off who then dragged you into it).

10:14 PM  
Anonymous John G said...

Paging Charlie Wenzel...

10:16 PM  
Blogger curious said...

Whats up w/this post.?

10:20 PM  
Blogger Pawpaw said...

aah, the knock that no one wants.

When you can't hide behind anything and the guy you pissed off is at the door.

11:06 PM  
Blogger Paul Simer said...

That the crap, over?

1:18 AM  
Blogger Paul Simer said...

Er, WHAT the crap.

I can't do anything right tonight.

1:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let me guess.
It's the front door of an IWC (Idiot With a Computer).
You know, I keep hearing how today's generation is so much more tech-savvy than us old folks.
If that's true, how is it that so many of them do stupid things online without realizing that every keystroke is tracable back to their computer.
One of the beauties of the internet is that it perfectly triangulates perpetrator, crime, and location of act(s).

1:19 AM  
Blogger english kanigit said...

A couple of quotes seem pertinent at this time.

"Let the best amongst them thrive and the rest can either flee or starve...Or try climbing through my bedroom window, which is pretty much the same as starving, only faster and louder."
-beerslurpy on THR



"Being multilingual is an excellent survival skill in today's world; being fluent in another person's native tongue means you can quickly and clearly communicate with them. And violence is the first language of all predators."

EK

2:36 AM  
Anonymous British Disident said...

Fuck, did you get that as an email?

Is that your door & name?

If the bastard has taken offence at your blog and gone to the bother of finding you he's MAD.

go hide mate. when ur safe, visit www.rsf.org and see their handbook for bloggers & cyberdisidents. it has a good section on blogging anonomously.

(presence of mind, absence of body (from the threat) and all that).

great blogg, good luck, he can't match your intelligence.

4:25 AM  
Blogger Mugwug said...

Uh oh...

6:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"without realizing that every keystroke is tracable back to their computer.
One of the beauties of the internet is that it perfectly triangulates perpetrator, crime, and location of act(s)."

are you kidding? ever heard of proxy servers and scattering things over the globe and encryption?

7:41 AM  
Anonymous root@localhost.localdomain said...

"go hide mate"

- The thing is, we don't have to run and hide. We can stand and defend. There is no shame in self defense, quite the opposite. I think what we are seeing here, is the "Outing" of a troll from the past.

8:56 AM  
Anonymous Kristopher said...

British Dissident:

We don't do things that way in the US ... I realize this is difficult to imagine when you live in country where a homeowner who kills a burglar does hard time.


I once had a little Boston-based internet stalker track me down in Oregon ... he didn't like my posts about him in alt.usenet.kooks. He had picked up a cheap pistol at a gunshow on the way here, and was parked in front of my house ranting at my neighbors and raving away.

I went out there and pointed a Galil ARM at him, disarmed him, and had him wait for the Hillsboro police to take him away ... I pity the kooklet who actually figures out what my address is.


Xavier is just showing a kook hate-email writer he knows where he lives as well.

Heh.

11:28 AM  
Blogger ExistingThing said...

"One of the beauties of the internet is that it perfectly triangulates perpetrator, crime, and location of act(s)."

This sentence is wrong utterly.

The simple fact that you were able to find someone is a testament to the fact that they didn't know what they were doing. However, as a troll can hide himself, so can you, Xavier. If you're serious about something like that, there are a number of steps you can take. There are also steps that can be taken to find more elusive trolls.

I do this stuff professionally, so if you need any tips, send me an e-mail.

3:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
"without realizing that every keystroke is tracable back to their computer.
One of the beauties of the internet is that it perfectly triangulates perpetrator, crime, and location of act(s)."

are you kidding? ever heard of proxy servers and scattering things over the globe and encryption?

7:41 AM

Everything online is tracable.
Maybe not by you or anyone you know, but everything online is tracable if it is important enough.
(But that is an assertion that will be proven on a need to know basis only.)

2:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ExistingThing said...
"One of the beauties of the internet is that it perfectly triangulates perpetrator, crime, and location of act(s)."

This sentence is wrong utterly.

The simple fact that you were able to find someone is a testament to the fact that they didn't know what they were doing. However, as a troll can hide himself, so can you, Xavier. If you're serious about something like that, there are a number of steps you can take. There are also steps that can be taken to find more elusive trolls.

I do this stuff professionally, so if you need any tips, send me an e-mail.

3:01 PM

You seem to be adding credibility to my point, but I'm dropping the discussion since this is not the proper place for it.
;)

2:22 AM  
Blogger ExistingThing said...

"Everything online is tracable.
Maybe not by you or anyone you know, but everything online is tracable if it is important enough.
(But that is an assertion that will be proven on a need to know basis only.)"

Oooo... Need to know. Is that like the "Can't tell you, it's top secret" defence?

So, popping in a Linux live CD into your laptop, running it with no hard drive writes, changing your mac address to that of an authenticated user at Starbucks, doing your internet work, and turning off the laptop (permanently and unrecoverably erasing all data of your internet romp) is somehow traceable? Do tell...

4:09 AM  
Anonymous British Dissident said...

Xavier, I see what it was now, Love the style of it.

Existing thing, have you got tips like that posted anywhere, I'd be very keen to know more

Unfortunately, I won't be near the net for a day or five.

Guys, I stand by what I said about hide, even if it turns my dick into a pussy... Let me explain:

Anyone who can get so upset with Xavier, that they start sending death threats, is completely out of touch with reality.

Someone with so little sense of proportion is DANGEROUS, they have lost touch with the effects and outcomes of their actions, and probably feel entirely justified in their position.

Don't expect such a sad and sorry little shit to come out all tough and in your face, he's much more likely to poison your dog and pour petrol (sorry, gasoline) under your door, or cut your break pipes in the wee small hours,

that's when he's not too busy torturing someone elses pets or children....

And if the little guy reads this...

Flush your tissue paper down the bog you snivelling little wanker and go get a life!

11:05 AM  

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