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1-08-2010 @ 3:42PM
>It is NEVER a VICTIM's fault that they had a crime perpetrated against them. Anyone who says it is is immediately suspect to me already as BEING a perpetrator themselves. Don't you all realize that the hackers WANT you all to think it's your fault for being hacked? It delights them. They have no blame put on them, yet they are the only ones in this scenario committing a crime.<Your absolutist and hysterical position makes me immediately suspect you are a person who refuses to accept any responsibility for your own actions.Fault is indeed possible in the case of being hacked, murdered or even raped. And believe it or not this does not necessarily absolve the action of the offenders, as there is no shortage of blame to go around. Of course, sometimes it does, but that's a matter for the courts in the case of murder and rape, and probably too emotionally charged a subject to discuss here. Which is probably why you brought them up as examples, as you figured nobody would dare speak against you.But they can just downrank you without even bothering to say anything. Me, though, I'll tell you to cut the bullshit and I'll tell you why. Because you're an ignorant judgemental moron who ought to be slapped in the head till you get some sense knocked into you.
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