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Still, they taunt me

Still, they taunt me

I know I shouldn’t take these sort of things personally.

But really, must they taunt me?

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That is just mean.

What’s “Windows Messenger”?

listingstarboard | July 19, 2012 at 7:13 pm

Honeybadger son’t give a sh*tl about Windows Messenger. I see your LI site linked by every major Conservative blogger.

    scooby509 in reply to listingstarboard. | July 19, 2012 at 8:46 pm

    But Windows Messengers is just pointing out the truth: Bill Jacobson didn’t build this, somebody else made it happen. There are smarter people out there.

What is this place, anyway?

I knew I should have taken a left at Albuquerque.

9thDistrictNeighbor | July 19, 2012 at 7:17 pm

I’m confused. Now we have to protect ourselves?

This URL is suspicious. I’ll continue anyway.

sandra fluke was right we need protection

TrooperJohnSmith | July 19, 2012 at 7:22 pm

Obviously some sort of dastardly trick! If they don’t like Legal Insurrection, I suggest that they just:

‘Nuff Said!

You have downloads? I’m missing out! 🙁

Consider it not as a taunt but as a compliment. Knowledge is power and in the wrong hands can be dangerous.

As long as the insurrection is legal, and substantiated, you will be just fine.

Don’t worry about what Windows Messenger says:

Microsoft reports first loss as public company

The bad news is that the lunatic-left is now aware of Legal Insurrection. I suggest that the moderators be vigilant for the hate-filled, flaming, abusive, verbally violent, disrespectful, profane and uncivil comments that the site will likely now get from the loonies.

Remember a key tenet of d-cRAT socialism is “Free speech for ME, but NOT for thee.”

As of the moment I’m posting this, your site is rated 37,661 worldwide on Alexa.

That’s a big f-ing deal. You’re read by MILLIONS.

By the way, microsoft who?

It’s funny that in specifics, the comment that is tied to is the quote from Atlas Shrugged:

“He didn’t invent iron ore and blast furnaces, did he?”


“Rearden. He didn’t invent smelting and chemistry and air compression. He couldn’t have invented his Metal but for thousands and thousands of other people. His Metal! Why does he think it’s his? Why does he think it’s his invention? Everybody uses the work of everybody else. Nobody ever invents anything.”

She said, puzzled, “But the iron ore and all those other things were there all the time. Why didn’t anybody else make that Metal, but Mr. Rearden did?”

– From Ayn Rand’s epic novel Atlas Shrugged, P1-C9

    Valerie in reply to McCoy2k. | July 19, 2012 at 7:56 pm

    The law in the United States is found at 35 USC Section 103: an invention is patentable,
    {if the invention is new, useful, and if}
    the differences between the subject matter sought to be patented and the prior art are such that the subject matter as a whole would not have been obvious at the time the invention was made to a person having ordinary skill in the art to which said subject matter pertains.

    Ignorant people say all sorts of silly things.

    The purpose of patents is found in the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 8:

    To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries;

    Patents to inventions were a unique contribution by Americans to the field of law. Before that, patents were simple monopolies in anything (land, the right to sell chocolate) to any favorite of the local ruler.

    Ayn Rand, a Russian, understood that communists utterly failed to grasp the significance of American patent law, because they disrespect individual initiative.

It’s OK, I have protection.

That’ll teach you for flunking playing those pranks on Ballmer and Gates at Harvard…

wish my site even did that to people.
hell I need members.
darn that sounds bad LOL 🙂

Juba Doobai! | July 19, 2012 at 9:01 pm

Government hasn’t yet got around to telling the serfs that you are around, Wm. solution: call the WH, find out which government office is responsible for increasing website popularity, fill out the requisite forms, pay the requisite fees–after standing in line to be snarked at by the requisite semi-literate government employee, pay the necessary bribes (you might buy the $3 Obama raffle ticket for something or other), then wait the requisite unspecified amount of time for the government to increase your readership. Remember, Wm, you didn’t build this site!

If you have protection installed to guard against malware, viruses and spyware and keep it updated then you really don’t need any nanny-state identity and web protection to inform you of potentially malicious sites.

I’m sure there is a way to disable the WLM smartscreen.

Ironically, these major corporations have now become the largest plunderers of your personal info, collecting your information is now built into their business model.

    jakee308 in reply to OcTEApi. | July 19, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    Since it came out, one thing I’ve always done is to disable Windows Messenger.

    I don’t know about now but it used to be full of security flaws and a back door for all kinds of bad things happening to one’s computer.

    This is a known known. Disable your WM NOW.

      OcTEApi in reply to jakee308. | July 19, 2012 at 10:28 pm

      I don’t use any chat programs.
      In fact, there’s VB script that I use that rips messenger out of windows OS completely.

Don’t forget the rest of Khan’s quote……..”Revenge is a dish……best served cold”

I never visit this site without carrying a gun.

Professor, I always wear a condom when I visit here. I practice safe internet.

Windows Messeenger?

WE don’t need no steenking Windows Messeenger.

Damn it! Now they will start sending the trolls to make stupid comments. Oh, the pain. Next, they will be asking your advertisers to boycott you or the trolls to boycott your advertisers. The price of success.
Bill, when is the new website starting up?