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1-16-2009 @ 12:55PM
Psy, are you retarded? Did you even read the article? Why are you talking about a webserver? Jesus man ... get a clue.This service isn't any more risky than health insurance, car insurance, home insurance. You pay a premium to insurance companies for insurance "just in case". You may live your whole life and pay hundreds of thousands of dollars into an insurance plan and never have it pay out, because you are fortunate enough to not have anything happen to you or your property.How weird, a business that wants to make money? These guys should get a clue, nobody does that! HA-HA-HASome of you people need to take off the tin-foil hats and get a goddamn clue, not everyone is out to get you, you cynical bastards.
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