Jun 14th 2009 3:22PM The sarcasm needed a lot more swearing and nerdrage. Seriously.
Makes it funnier that way.
Jun 13th 2009 7:19AM Not at all. I just think Darwin needs to work some more.
Jun 12th 2009 9:15PM They cannot be punished for playing the game, obviously. They should be punished for acts of excessive stupidity.
Like entering your account information on a phishing site despite the million warnings not to.
Age does not absolve not using common sense, folks.
Jun 12th 2009 7:43PM Don't you agree that either way stupid people get their money taken away?
Jun 12th 2009 7:24PM See, a condescending bastard.
Now that we've finished exchanging pleasantries, do note that level of intelligence and moral ground aren't necessarily correlated. Just because I have no morals or ethics does not imply I'm a mouthbreathing keyboard drooler.
Now, in your example - the person who leaves an object of value in broad daylight. Out of line of sight. In an unsafe position. As far as I'm concerned it's like getting phished. Whether or not it coincides with your definitions of "theft" or "scam" is beyond my concern.
Jun 12th 2009 7:11PM I'm not even going to bother to list the amount of fallacies in this post.
Jun 12th 2009 6:54PM How is it theft when you've spread your cheeks and lubed it up for the scammer? It's like saying "Hi guyse, I left my house door wide open at night and got robbed HALP PLOX".
Babies with candy pose more resistance than several scam victims I heard about on forums and in /2.
Jun 12th 2009 6:51PM Any reasonable scammer won't. They continue doing their bidding without a care about opinion towards them.
Jun 12th 2009 6:46PM Getting a Mac also casts an undispellable debuff: "Unable to shut the fuck up how macs are great".
What the person above me said too. It doesn't make you immune to scams.