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Old 05-11-2009, 02:30 PM   #1
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LXer: The Thin Line Between Victim and Idiot


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It's convenient to blame the virus writers and anti virus software makers but ultimately it is your fault you get this crap on your machine. You are using a system that not only allows it...it fosters it. Let it be known that by reading further, you will learn that you have a choice in how you operate your computer. A free-as-in-cost and free-as-in-no-restrictions choice. You will no longer be able to identify yourself as a victim.

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