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What the hell has happened to you cretinous journalists?

419 + 420 = anger

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FoTW We do like a good flame down here at Vulture Central - especially when it fulfils all of the criteria for a classic. This one, we have to say, has it in spades:

Dear Register chracks,

What the hell has happened to you cretinous journalists? You’re recent wad of crap about 419 and 420 really is thick short of pigshit. First you put them in the wrong order, 19 comes before twenty, but obviously you never were able to count were you? And all this other shite about bashing wikipedia, now the communist wikipedia seems to be you’re soul source of information. What kind of technology grabbagagge site needs to reference wikipedia to explain what a botnet is. I think you must read wikipedia whilst simultaneously playing with yourself and cutting yourself, that is the only of explaining you’re hate for something you secretly love. You’re scroundrelous circle of tinfoilhatfetishists and wikilovedenial is offensive.

Yours (Up),

WisC

Terrific. Deranged people of the world, keep 'em coming. ®

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