I know something funnier... Let's wait for Dani's response.

On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 7:28 PM, Bastien <phps...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2010-12-29, at 5:32 PM, "Daniel P. Brown" <daniel.br...@parasane.net> 
> wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 15:16, Omega -1911 <1911...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Sound silly? Why Daniel? It's all documented and public knowledge. What I
>>> thought was silly was a entire thread about which ASCII combination was
>>> best.. convert to a higher range above the 255 character range...
>>> There is NOTHING I have mentioned that you or anyone can call a lie. Google
>>> or eccouncil.org are great resources. You forte is php... what security
>>> certs doyou hold that contradict my previous email?
>>    Aside from involvement with the now-defunct Federal agency, the
>> National Infrastructure Protection Center, training by the FBI's
>> Regional Computer Forensic Laboratories, accreditation as the first
>> private-sector mobile computer forensic investigation laboratory in
>> the tri-state area, multiple computer security certifications, and
>> about fourteen years of professional network and computer security
>> service to multiple public and private sector entities, I suppose not
>> much.
>>    I was pleased earlier, however, to learn about your interest in
>> helping others by creating a venue for them to sell their own homemade
>> pornographic DVDs at such a low price, but then disappointed to learn
>> that your grasp of Perl and site management wasn't yet up to par.
>> "Hacking" didn't work out all that well over the last couple of years
>> either, but you could probably go, what, just a thousand feet or so to
>> hire one of the kids from Ben Davis high school to help out.  Pay them
>> a fair wage, though.... I mean, with your home last appraised at
>> $122,100 (on the 27th of July, 2007, so you might want to see if it's
>> appreciated more in value by now), we know you can afford to pay
>> better than minimum.  Heck, if they'd pave your street as well as your
>> driveway is sealed, that alone might help improve the value, at least
>> a little bit.  Which would be fine --- I mean, you already get the
>> benefits of better insurance, consider how close you are to that fire
>> hydrant.  (You know the one I mean, that little bluish-green one when
>> you turn right out of your driveway and cross the street.)
>>    Speaking of blue-green, I love that picture of Javen.  Was that
>> done right on his iPhone, or did he do it on the computer before
>> uploading it?  Pretty cool either way, just like his name.  I'm just
>> not sure if it's pronounced with a "J" or an "H" sound.  I mean,
>> Arthur's name is easy enough, but I honestly am confused by Javen's
>> (except when he spells it out like James Vencent).  It's no surprise
>> that he's an intelligent kid, though, being born at the autumnal
>> equinox and all (and even before sunrise that morning).
>>    That aside, you might be right.  Perhaps my qualifications don't
>> quite justify my opinion in contradicting anything you have to say.  I
>> mean, being contracted to trace people all over the world can
>> sometimes be almost as fun as knowing what tools to use to find out
>> who they are in the first place.  Still, one shouldn't spend so much
>> time doing just one thing, which is why we both enjoy programming.
>>    Regardless, it doesn't matter, and I see no reason to get into any
>> kind of flame war --- especially with one of the famous Six Hounds
>> from the Darkside of Hell.  Anyway, sorry for being ten days late, but
>> happy birthday, Chap.  It was good getting to know you.  And, as the
>> Ques know, "friendship is essential to the soul."
>> --
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> Wow, dan! That was awesomely funny! And it's not even Friday yet!
> Bastien Koert
> Sent from my iPhone

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