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Re: Overcoming IPv6 Security Threat

  • From: Joe Baptista
  • Date: Thu Sep 12 23:23:29 2002

On Thu, 12 Sep 2002, D'Arcy J.M. Cain wrote:

> I strongly suggest you just quietly ignore Mr. Baptista.  I can assure you
> that this is my last post on the subject no matter how he tries to bait me.
> It's the only technique that works with him.

Poor D'Arcy - still bitter I see ;)

But thats a substandard reference.  Major Tom and Uncle Joe are still the
best of friends - sort of anyway.  Only five years ago major tom helped
me liberate some $10,000 worth of hydrophonic marijuana grow equipment
from the Adult SuperStore - a front for the outlaw biker community
operated by Mark Savary.  The story was a plant.  Never believe what you
read in old rags.

Let us not forget my major accomplishments - the distructions of the
freedom of information system in ontario (which you complained so much
about) - which see;

I warned the public

and then i crashed it

and then there was the day I liberated Wired Magazine of over $100,000
USG, which see

And then there was the most famous event of them all.

unfortunately I can't mention names because of the court order of judge
brown.  pity what happens when governments cover up the sexual
exploitation of minors by senior governments officials.

and then there was .... I can go on at length but i think it's best to say
that I've had a good time in life.  So try not to be bitter D'Arcy or
you'll end up aging like those failed drag queens - and those high heels
are not your style ;)

I've been labeled so many times and have used it to my advantage.  Which
is why I never really pay much attention when people make claims like they
do against fleming.  In the old days reporting was about investigating the
truth - not paying attention to libel and slander.  Now a days I find
reporters are basically PR queens on a budget.

And that's why I got back into the business.  I've complained so much
about inaccurate reporting that i finally decided to do something about
it.  You should get active too.


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