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Reg Reader Thomas Johnsen reports that he "downloaded the 3MB sound clip [of the Gibson/Greene debate] and listened to it all. For the benefit of all your readers I have made a transcript which you may put on your fine Web site. This way people with slow connections don't need to download the big file."

[begin transcript]

Host: Hello
Special Effect: HAAALLELUJAAA
Host: Today we are going to talk about raw sockets. Hello Steve Gibson from GRC who has made all this neato cool stuff which we all love.
Steve: Raw sockets are evil. I don't like Thomas.
Host: And we have this Thomas fellow. He has been on MTV.
Thomas: Hahaha... I used to be a hacker.. hahaha

<GO TO COMMERCIAL>

Host: Steve, the super-duper expert, thinks raw sockets are evil. Steve?
Steve: Raw sockets are evil!
Thomas: Hahaha.. I'm a mallrat! Hahaha..

<GO TO COMMERCIAL>

Special Effect: HAAAALEELUJAAA
Thomas: Hahahaha.. Halleluja!! Hahahaha!
Host: I am so cooool. I have my own show on radio!
Thomas: Hahahaha..
Steve: Raw sockets are useless. I have made this cool Socket-O program!
Host: Which we all love!
Special Effect: HAAAAALEEELUJAAA
Thomas: It's fun to say "Script Kiddies". Hahaha...

<GO TO COMMERCIAL>

Host: So, Thomas, what about those raw sockets?
Thomas: Yes, well.. Can I say the f-word? Hahaha...
Host: No you can't!
Steve: Windows XP is evil because it has raw sockets!
Host: Thomas?
Thomas: Raw sockets are...
Host: Time for commercials

<GO TO COMMERCIAL>

Host: Thank you for coming. I love your neato tools for stopping evil hackers, Steve. Goodbye Thomas; please kiss Steve's ass while he bends over.
Steve: I don't like them raw sockets.
Thomas: Hahaha... Script Kiddies are evil, but it's fun to say script kiddies. Hahaha... U d4 m4n!

<GO TO COMMERCIAL>

[end of transcript]

Conclusion: You wont get much smarter from listening to this. But it's clear that Thomas won the discussion just by laughing all the time. No one who laughs that much can ever be wrong on anything!

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