Sunday, February 23, 2014

Poetic Justice

Those Aholes at Google have been pushing that GOOGLE+ privacy intrusion scam they came up with real hard lately.

I got rid of it a long time ago but I still use Google for all kinds of stuff because I'm lazy.

My main Email is with GMail and I just got a damn notice from 'em hawking that Google+ crap again.

I sent the email from Google into the SPAM folder Google provides with their Gmail service.

The irony is delicious.

2 comments:

  1. Ok riddle me this, "How f'ing lazy do you have to be to use anything that the net Nazi's give you?" They track and sell or deliver to the NSA everything that you do, so why make it easy for them? This is why we are losing and will continue to lose.

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    1. Well, let's see.
      At last count, I have tried four different anonymizers.
      Every one of them had either been full of bugs or already breached by FedGov.
      The motherfuckers already have me nailed to the wall anytime they see fit so why should I deal with crappy programs at this point that only cause me grief and consternation?

      If they had the slightest whim to really see whatever I wanted to keep to myself it would take one phone call to get it.

      There is absolutely no such thing as total OPSEC on the internet or hadn't you heard?

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