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Published 1 year ago with 11 Comments
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  • imokruok

    Even for just ten min the world felt like a better place. First class hero, thank you!

  • NotWearingPants

    'Hero' now has a pathetically low bar.

    • kxh

      Potentially facing a CFAA charge is not exactly a low bar.

      • NotWearingPants

        Why there won't be charges:

        1. "It was an accident."

        2. "I didn't do it."

        3. "My boss is scapegoating me"

        4. Finding a jury that will convict (even if charges are brought) isn't possible with the present media hysteria.

        • AdelleChattre (edited 1 year ago)

          You're not familiar with the CFAA then? Hint: it's the jurisdiction of the Secret Service.

          • NotWearingPants

            Familiar enough to know it's terribly written, yes.

            Jurisdiction matters not at all if there's zero chance of a conviction. Secret Service has better things to do then chase after an attention whore.

            Sorry, that's "hero' to some.

            • AdelleChattre (edited 1 year ago)

              Secret Service has better things to do then chase after an attention whore.

              Really? Because sometimes it seems like that's all they do.

            • NotWearingPants
              @AdelleChattre -

              Nah, there's the occasional drunken orgy with prostitutes, lost laptops containing security details, and misplaced weapons. Those take time too.

    • imokruok

      low bars are a contagious symptom of these malignant times we live

      • AdelleChattre

        Admirable. You know when to pull your punches. That couldn’t’ve been easy.

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