[Noisebridge-discuss] Sleeper Problem
Daniel C. Silverstein
cubes at ghosthacked.net
Sat Jul 16 18:45:24 UTC 2011
-1. Obvious troll. Possibly delusional.
On Jul 16, 2011, at 11:42 AM, Computer Coder <encryption1 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> You are definitely over-reacting. Also, Lennie never went back to Noisebridge that day, I know because He was with me that day from 8am-12, then he has school at 12, so you are really tripping and you should not even mention Lennie's name period. Lennie studies, works, and mind his own business. He goes to college and does alot of program homework in C++, a language that not many know at Noisebridge, So he utilizes the space in the way it should be utilized, He does not sleep there. He works late. There are other people that have always been sleeping there.
> Robert has slept there numerous times. Alex has also. Dan, Ramon, others that work also like Lennie on there projects. Lilia and her boyfriend usually are there all night also, sometimes Mitch and other members. If someone takes a nap in a chair, that is not sleeping there, There is a difference. All these people use the space with its intended purpose, to hack, learn, prosper. You come in with a negative spirit and misinterpretation and attack the ones who love nb and utilize it correctly with all your mental inconsistencys and misunderstanding of what the true hacker spirit really is and also of what it means to be dedicated to succeeding in the information technology. All of the great companys of today....Google, Facebook, Salesforce, Microsoft etc.... were coding, working non-stop day and night to make there companys succeed which is obvious that it worked, without someone as yourself, Al, telling them what to do.
> The same goes for students of Computer Science, Mathematics, etc...They have to study, complete programs, crack codes, etc....You Al are harrasing the wrong people, and you are beginning to stink and not have an excellent spirit.
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