Friday, January 25, 2013

Nerd Alert

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  1. Fuckmustard!

  2. Am I the only one who thought some of those names were pretty good?

  3. sack up and fight the power nancy

    it made his day, i enjoyed it. so i’d say nope, not the only one

  4. I thought “GET OFF MY LAN” was pretty funny.

  5. Someone in my apartment has the same network name. The best is Police serveillance van.

  6. Anyone else notice that youCANThazwifi is unsecure? LOL.

  7. Loverfli, yes, I did! Made me smile.

  8. I love it when people leave their wi-fi open…Free internet EVERYWHERE! Before I needed a much more decent connection I was piggybacking on one of my neighbors for years…I never found out who it was though. That, and who needs a mobile data service plan when you can literally jump someones connection almost everywhere you go. That’s not even including the business’s with free wi-fi. Please, nobody go around pointing out the importance of network safety, it’ll ruin it for all of us!

  9. Oh, here’s a little pro-tip you guys might already know. Most cable companies set their customers default network password to their landline’s phone number. It’s so predictable, and most people don’t even think, or know how to go about changing it. So, address plus phone number = free connection, secure of not. I don’t mean this in a malicious way at all, but if anyone reads this that isn’t aware of that and want to fix it, log into your router and change that shit. Not everyone’s just looking to google normal shit on your connection, or use it for legal purposes. I guess I’m contradicting my last post, but fuck it, seriously, who reads lamebook anyways? 😀

  10. before I saw the bank draft of $7873, I accept that my sister realie making money part-time on their apple laptop.. there uncles cousin has done this 4 less than twenty three months and recently took care of the mortgage on there condo and bourt a top of the range Citroën DS. this is where I went:::::: BIT40.cøm ::::::

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