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Litany T-Shirt

Postby Omphalos » 09 Dec 2010 20:35

http://www.the-af fair.com/shirt/mindkiller?gclid=COWCkvK84KUCFcPt7QodPn0a2A

Slow loader for me, so be patient.

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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby Kojiro » 09 Dec 2010 23:10

There's a virus on that site.
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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby Omphalos » 10 Dec 2010 04:04

Hmmm. Sorry. Was on my work laptop which seems to nuke absolutely everything without telling me. Ill break the link.

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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby SandRider » 10 Dec 2010 06:11

what told you there was a "virus" on that site ?

it's absolutely fine, in fact, it's great site ... I don't doubt the page-load would be too heavy for a
slow connect & slow proc & any kinda graphic card w/o enough RAM of it's own to decapitate Sark
and whip the MCP's ass @ asteroids ... they got some state-of-the-art shit going down there ...

maybe that's what scared your AV ... but, hell, Chrome took it no problem, and goooggle's fucking
2000 link-back Panicky Granma searches will throw up a warning block if it even smells something
that might've rubbed up against a data-miner or someshit ... unless it was their own spybots or
malware, of course, that stuff's just fine ... I get real sick of the thing making me click a button saying
I won't sue them if I run into something scary on the other side of their "protection" ... and no shit,
the other that I've never clicked actually says "Return to Safety" ...or something silly like that ...

easy, Granma, it's just a few clouds ... ain't no reason to go get in the storm cellar yet ...

I loaded the page up in five different browsers, and two different AVs ... converted the url and the
IP belongs to them and has for three years ... it started as a blagh in 2007 for this particular group
of artsy eurofag geeks to bitch about the english government and trade drug sources ...

the first element that loads on the link Omph posted is a big-ass Adobe FP10 clip, embedded
somehow into the page, w/o the borders ... I think that's one of the FP10's new things ....
I dunno ... Flash Player is at 10.1.103.20, and the way Adobe products like to just barge
the fuck in and drink your beer and sit on your sofa and fuck your dog, Kojiros AV might
be twitchy, like a skinny white guy in a Laredo holding cell ... or if it was the Win UAC ... well,
I ain't got no answers for that ... I put up with for all of ten minutes with Vista, and when I
upgraded this desktop to "Seven", it tried real hard to turn itself on, and I choked the bitch out
and stuffed it behind the toilet ... it cried for a few days, pleaded and begged, and finally
bargained, but I was having none of it ...


anyway, this is one of the designs for the Mind Killer shirt :

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... so it goes ...

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these cats may be a little too hip for their own good ...

I mean, it's pretty cool and all, but ... they's still jus' makin' T-shirts ....



well, they ain't making them, little retarded thalidomide Chinese children are making the shirts,
and some toothless wife-beating soccer-hooligans are printing them up in sheffield or where-ever-the-fuck,
these pricks are sitting in a trendy hipster pad in Croydon or someshit, smoking dope and playing X-box and
drawing up bullshit for the T-shirts ...
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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby Freakzilla » 10 Dec 2010 06:17

SandRider wrote:...artsy eurofag geeks...


I don't think that's the proper nomenclature.
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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby SandRider » 10 Dec 2010 06:21

yeah, here's the "about us" section:

Fashioned by Literature

Late 2007 and a strange thing happened amidst the rubble of broken dreams and the boozers of East London. Some pilgrims to this savage land decided to pool their industry experience, raw talent and shamelessly egotistical aspirations. After much beard-stroking and arguing, the original literature-inspired brand was born.

We began the-affair with one simple premise – to recognise and target the discerning intellect of men who read.

Driven to action by the glut of bland streetwear, we are the result of a healthy love of reading mixed with a genetic loathing of dumb hiphop references.

the-affair. fashioned by literature.



well ... okay ... but you kids are printing up T-shirts ... we used to do that to get up enough money
to get a big trash-bag of weed and go see Willie in Luckenbach ....


I'm still trippin on this new flash player code, tho ... I don't guess I paid any real attention to HTML since ...
well, like right after they came out with, I guess ...

I do see some funky looping-back bullshit they seem to be doing to accommodate IE7 users ... too convoluted
for me to figger out, tho ....
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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby SandRider » 10 Dec 2010 06:26

Freakzilla wrote:
SandRider wrote:...artsy eurofag geeks...


I don't think that's the proper nomenclature.



well, shit ... all I know's what I read on the internet ....

http://encyclopediadramatica.com/index. ... edirect=no


say, didja click the pbs link ?
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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby SandRider » 10 Dec 2010 07:06

okay, so I was wrong about the retarded mercury-poisoned Chinese child slaves;
looks like it's mal-nourished fishing-fleet orphans under an over-turned rowboat
on one of them two-foot wide stretches of beach at the bottom of the cliffs
up past Boa Vista ...

We make our own custom products using only 100% of the finest lightweight cotton. They are super soft and they stay that way – wash, after wash, after wash.

All our products are only ever screenprinted because we believe in great quality that wears well.

Developed over many seasons with our factory in Portugal, they are quite simply the best cut around – tapered at the waist with a loose crew neck. Purposefully long out of the bag, they will shrink in just the right way.

Unlike most brands, we believe in the value of details – from the neck panel that holds the story behind each design to coloured contrast stitching and shoulder tape.



Imma diggin that Mind Killer design tho - I got tired of my wood-paneled theme I put together piece by piece
to match my upstairs office ... I was using the 610 theme here &@T(A)U ... Green-butt's Shrine of Frank's
Head and the OH rabble out front fit in well ... but I also forget that not everyone has the same color-scheme
as I do ... and truth be told, the bright shit was bothering the hell out of me, but I wouldn't let it go after I
found a set of birds-eye maple Icons and rough-cut pine cursors, and the walnut theme for firefox & thunderbird ...

but Imma going back to red&green on black ... I don't know which one of the four (4) themes this board has I
got loaded now, but it's a dark kinda grey ... and does not have the Jacurutu banner on it ...

so anyway, I'm gonna g'head and steal the T-Shirt gurus' shit ...call it "sidereal advertising" ...

hey.

hey, hey ... hey ...

who wants to send the link to Merritt ?

I mean, I don't see no "All your Base be ours" HLP copyright anywhere ...

whooooo ... I see some good entertainment just up ahead ...

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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby Kojiro » 10 Dec 2010 18:16

SandRider wrote:what told you there was a "virus" on that site ?

it's absolutely fine, in fact, it's great site ... I don't doubt the page-load would be too heavy for a
slow connect & slow proc & any kinda graphic card w/o enough RAM of it's own to decapitate Sark
and whip the MCP's ass @ asteroids ... they got some state-of-the-art shit going down there ...

maybe that's what scared your AV ... but, hell, Chrome took it no problem, and goooggle's fucking
2000 link-back Panicky Granma searches will throw up a warning block if it even smells something
that might've rubbed up against a data-miner or someshit ... unless it was their own spybots or
malware, of course, that stuff's just fine ... I get real sick of the thing making me click a button saying
I won't sue them if I run into something scary on the other side of their "protection" ... and no shit,
the other that I've never clicked actually says "Return to Safety" ...or something silly like that ...


Norton. The page loaded up pretty quickly for me, but my AV piped up and said, "We have just prevented an attack on your computer." I checked the details and the virus that was blocked was given a high, bright red rating for its threat level. So visit that site at your own risk.
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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby SandRider » 11 Dec 2010 00:46

you know ... at first I was just going to post some rolling-on-the-floor-laughing smilies ...

but then I thought, no; be kind and helpful, and I actually started to type up a brief summary of the brilliant career
of peter norton that was brought to a standstill by ron posner, who, while conning symantec into buying peter's
little company for about four time it's actual value, did it behind peter's back ... of course it turned out that
posner was just Sark to John Thompson's MCP ....

and then a whole bunch of other shit happened, but the short of it is that "norton internet security" has been a shoddy,
pile of shit-code for twenty years .... because peter had absolutely nothing to do with ... symantec didn't start fucking
off his utilities until 98SE, when the new kiddies just could not fucking grasp the ring-zero architecture ... and now,
Peter Norton's Utilities are absolutely worthless ... three quarters of the things symantec claims they do (and donot)
windows has been doing within the OS (on the NT kernel) since 4....

then I thought ... naw, fuck all that ... another tl;dr ... but the bottom line to that story is to not underestimate the
long standing hatred the "original" hackers had towards symantec from the beginning, for their treatment of norton, and
then the Reign of Terror of John W. Thompson, which many now believe caused norton himself to pass along tips on
"vulnerabilities" of symantec products; but the main vulnerability was that the code was written by shit-smeared
monkeys being prodded with hot jumper cables every few minutes ....

and then the new kids "discovered" the internet and Bill Gates was stupid enough to start the MSDN and all the great
"hacker hysteria" of the late 90s started up ... (the reason some people will say that symantec itself is/was the main
author of all those "viruses", to sell their "Norton's Anti-Virus", is that there were atleast two cases that were known
wherein the authors of the "viruses" were, in fact, symantec coders .... and they were doing it because John Thompson
is a complete dick, and every now and then the monkeys will throw shit back at you ...

it is true that "norton's anti-virus" detects more "viruses" than any other AV .... this is because it is still sport, and
fun and games in some circles, to target symantec ....

I spent quite a bit of time on the site in question today, both because it was kind of cool and pathetic at the time,
and also because I was trying to catch the "virus" .... I was in and out several times, over several hours, with several
different browsers (including the RealPlayer, lotek, which grabbed all their copyrighted images, but still can't download
the old, old clip of mindy the midget deep-throating a shetland from PornTube thru firefox ...) and I am still alive and posting ...

it would be helpful, to illustrate this point, not in the general scope of things of Great Import, if you would provide some
details from the symantec's report ... it could be something as simple as a data-tracker symantec doesn't like (Google Chrome
considers all data-trackers and the like to be "malicious" .... except their own shit, which is fucking everywhere) or it
could be something as weird and interesting as the {8DAE90AD-4583-4977-9DD4-4360F7A45C74} file that's sitting in
everybody's add-ons with IE8 or less, that can't be accessed or found anywhere and microsoft never would say anything about
it .... but it doesn't show up in the IE9 beta ....
:think:

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Re: Litany T-Shirt

Postby Kojiro » 11 Dec 2010 02:06

"HTTP Fragus Toolkit Download Activity" is the threat name. It has a High severity, gives the attacker URL as 78.26.187.164/fuckme/dwgpcwetcqczjlxqdtd9.php. Searching the Internet, I have found that this is a legitimate threat, as it is apparently known malware.
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