We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

Post by Ali Asoa » Mon, 20 Dec 2010 02:00:16



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>> Their refusal to send payments to Wikileaks is a violation of contract.

>> We need to get a humongeous class action suit going!

> I thought you had the power to do this Dave?

Dave also has the power to make ATP punish Nadal for cheating! ;-)
 
 
 

We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

Post by Superdav » Mon, 20 Dec 2010 12:03:23

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>>>>>>>>>>> Fry Assange!

>>>>>>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>>>>>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>>>>>>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>>>>>>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>>>>>>> If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
>>>>>>> that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?

>>>>>> duh?

>>>>>> it depends if I signed a NDA.

>>>>>> if not and they fired me i would sue their ass to high heaven.

>>>>> You don't need to have signed an NDA to not be allowed to take a
>>>>> company's information and expose it.

>>>> Oh so now it is illegal to expose company information that you had
>>>> no idea as to it being allowed or not being allowed? If you are NOT
>>>> told it is not allowed how is it not allowed? By osmosis?

>>> You think the information is allowed to be exposed while they are
>>> classified? Time to go to bed, Dave.

>> who says it is classified? how do you really now it is legit? anyway even classified information is public property. it
>> is the responsibility of whoever classifies it to keep it private. if they can't, too ***ing bad cause that is NOT a
>> crime.

>LOL, so it's your responsibility to keep your wife private and hold her
>back from being ***ed by everyone, and if you can't, "too ***ing bad
>'cause that is NOT a crime"? LOLOLOL. Maybe I should continue
>"discussing" with you. That's hilarious!

that's correct. it's not a crime.

 
 
 

We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

Post by Ali Asoa » Tue, 21 Dec 2010 05:48:33


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>>>>>>>>>>>> Fry Assange!

>>>>>>>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>>>>>>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>>>>>>>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>>>>>>>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>>>>>>>> If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
>>>>>>>> that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?

>>>>>>> duh?

>>>>>>> it depends if I signed a NDA.

>>>>>>> if not and they fired me i would sue their ass to high heaven.

>>>>>> You don't need to have signed an NDA to not be allowed to take a
>>>>>> company's information and expose it.

>>>>> Oh so now it is illegal to expose company information that you had
>>>>> no idea as to it being allowed or not being allowed? If you are NOT
>>>>> told it is not allowed how is it not allowed? By osmosis?

>>>> You think the information is allowed to be exposed while they are
>>>> classified? Time to go to bed, Dave.

>>> who says it is classified? how do you really now it is legit? anyway even classified information is public property. it
>>> is the responsibility of whoever classifies it to keep it private. if they can't, too ***ing bad cause that is NOT a
>>> crime.

>> LOL, so it's your responsibility to keep your wife private and hold her
>> back from being ***ed by everyone, and if you can't, "too ***ing bad
>> 'cause that is NOT a crime"? LOLOLOL. Maybe I should continue
>> "discussing" with you. That's hilarious!

> that's correct. it's not a crime.

You should be hired as Assange's laywer as he is accused having***d
one of the 2 women which - as per you - is not raping but because the
woman just couldn't keep herself private enough. LOL.

 
 
 

We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

Post by Superdav » Tue, 21 Dec 2010 10:45:39

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>>>>>>>>>>>>> Fry Assange!

>>>>>>>>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>>>>>>>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>>>>>>>>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>>>>>>>>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>>>>>>>>> If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
>>>>>>>>> that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?

>>>>>>>> duh?

>>>>>>>> it depends if I signed a NDA.

>>>>>>>> if not and they fired me i would sue their ass to high heaven.

>>>>>>> You don't need to have signed an NDA to not be allowed to take a
>>>>>>> company's information and expose it.

>>>>>> Oh so now it is illegal to expose company information that you had
>>>>>> no idea as to it being allowed or not being allowed? If you are NOT
>>>>>> told it is not allowed how is it not allowed? By osmosis?

>>>>> You think the information is allowed to be exposed while they are
>>>>> classified? Time to go to bed, Dave.

>>>> who says it is classified? how do you really now it is legit? anyway even classified information is public property. it
>>>> is the responsibility of whoever classifies it to keep it private. if they can't, too ***ing bad cause that is NOT a
>>>> crime.

>>> LOL, so it's your responsibility to keep your wife private and hold her
>>> back from being ***ed by everyone, and if you can't, "too ***ing bad
>>> 'cause that is NOT a crime"? LOLOLOL. Maybe I should continue
>>> "discussing" with you. That's hilarious!

>> that's correct. it's not a crime.

>You should be hired as Assange's laywer as he is accused having***d
>one of the 2 women which - as per you - is not raping but because the
>woman just couldn't keep herself private enough. LOL.

anyone can make an accusation. i accuse you of being a ***tard. does that mean you are?

oh wait! it's Ali!

 
 
 

We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

Post by Ali Asoa » Tue, 21 Dec 2010 10:57:40


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>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Fry Assange!

>>>>>>>>>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>>>>>>>>>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>>>>>>>>>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>>>>>>>>>> If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
>>>>>>>>>> that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?

>>>>>>>>> duh?

>>>>>>>>> it depends if I signed a NDA.

>>>>>>>>> if not and they fired me i would sue their ass to high heaven.

>>>>>>>> You don't need to have signed an NDA to not be allowed to take a
>>>>>>>> company's information and expose it.

>>>>>>> Oh so now it is illegal to expose company information that you had
>>>>>>> no idea as to it being allowed or not being allowed? If you are NOT
>>>>>>> told it is not allowed how is it not allowed? By osmosis?

>>>>>> You think the information is allowed to be exposed while they are
>>>>>> classified? Time to go to bed, Dave.

>>>>> who says it is classified? how do you really now it is legit? anyway even classified information is public property. it
>>>>> is the responsibility of whoever classifies it to keep it private. if they can't, too ***ing bad cause that is NOT a
>>>>> crime.

>>>> LOL, so it's your responsibility to keep your wife private and hold her
>>>> back from being ***ed by everyone, and if you can't, "too ***ing bad
>>>> 'cause that is NOT a crime"? LOLOLOL. Maybe I should continue
>>>> "discussing" with you. That's hilarious!

>>> that's correct. it's not a crime.

>> You should be hired as Assange's laywer as he is accused having***d
>> one of the 2 women which - as per you - is not raping but because the
>> woman just couldn't keep herself private enough. LOL.

> anyone can make an accusation. i accuse you of being a ***tard. does that mean you are?

I am not saying Assange had***d the women or not. I am not interested
in that. But the point here is that you are so stupid that you would
play down raping as "someone could not keep himself (herself) private".
You are dumber than I thought.

BTW: I would be funny if we got to know more about Assange's alleged
*** via Wikileaks. LOL.

 
 
 

We need to retaliate against Visa/Mastercard!

Post by Superdav » Tue, 21 Dec 2010 11:29:22

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Fry Assange!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>>>>>>>>>>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>>>>>>>>>>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>>>>>>>>>>> If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
>>>>>>>>>>> that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?

>>>>>>>>>> duh?

>>>>>>>>>> it depends if I signed a NDA.

>>>>>>>>>> if not and they fired me i would sue their ass to high heaven.

>>>>>>>>> You don't need to have signed an NDA to not be allowed to take a
>>>>>>>>> company's information and expose it.

>>>>>>>> Oh so now it is illegal to expose company information that you had
>>>>>>>> no idea as to it being allowed or not being allowed? If you are NOT
>>>>>>>> told it is not allowed how is it not allowed? By osmosis?

>>>>>>> You think the information is allowed to be exposed while they are
>>>>>>> classified? Time to go to bed, Dave.

>>>>>> who says it is classified? how do you really now it is legit? anyway even classified information is public property. it
>>>>>> is the responsibility of whoever classifies it to keep it private. if they can't, too ***ing bad cause that is NOT a
>>>>>> crime.

>>>>> LOL, so it's your responsibility to keep your wife private and hold her
>>>>> back from being ***ed by everyone, and if you can't, "too ***ing bad
>>>>> 'cause that is NOT a crime"? LOLOLOL. Maybe I should continue
>>>>> "discussing" with you. That's hilarious!

>>>> that's correct. it's not a crime.

>>> You should be hired as Assange's laywer as he is accused having***d
>>> one of the 2 women which - as per you - is not raping but because the
>>> woman just couldn't keep herself private enough. LOL.

>> anyone can make an accusation. i accuse you of being a ***tard. does that mean you are?

>I am not saying Assange had***d the women or not. I am not interested
>in that. But the point here is that you are so stupid that you would
>play down raping as "someone could not keep himself (herself) private".
>You are dumber than I thought.

>BTW: I would be funny if we got to know more about Assange's alleged
>rape via Wikileaks. LOL.

If you "raped" somebody would you let them stay in your apartment for more than a week after and continue to deal with
them like nothing happened?

Well, that is what happened.

Will any court of law consider that "rape" ?

I don't think so !

 
 
 

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Post by Superdav » Tue, 21 Dec 2010 11:31:39

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Fry Assange!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

>>>>>>>>>>>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

>>>>>>>>>>>> If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
>>>>>>>>>>>> that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?

>>>>>>>>>>> duh?

>>>>>>>>>>> it depends if I signed a NDA.

>>>>>>>>>>> if not and they fired me i would sue their ass to high heaven.

>>>>>>>>>> You don't need to have signed an NDA to not be allowed to take a
>>>>>>>>>> company's information and expose it.

>>>>>>>>> Oh so now it is illegal to expose company information that you had
>>>>>>>>> no idea as to it being allowed or not being allowed? If you are NOT
>>>>>>>>> told it is not allowed how is it not allowed? By osmosis?

>>>>>>>> You think the information is allowed to be exposed while they are
>>>>>>>> classified? Time to go to bed, Dave.

>>>>>>> who says it is classified? how do you really now it is legit? anyway even classified information is public property. it
>>>>>>> is the responsibility of whoever classifies it to keep it private. if they can't, too ***ing bad cause that is NOT a
>>>>>>> crime.

>>>>>> LOL, so it's your responsibility to keep your wife private and hold her
>>>>>> back from being ***ed by everyone, and if you can't, "too ***ing bad
>>>>>> 'cause that is NOT a crime"? LOLOLOL. Maybe I should continue
>>>>>> "discussing" with you. That's hilarious!

>>>>> that's correct. it's not a crime.

>>>> You should be hired as Assange's laywer as he is accused having***d
>>>> one of the 2 women which - as per you - is not raping but because the
>>>> woman just couldn't keep herself private enough. LOL.

>>> anyone can make an accusation. i accuse you of being a ***tard. does that mean you are?

>>I am not saying Assange had***d the women or not. I am not interested
>>in that. But the point here is that you are so stupid that you would
>>play down raping as "someone could not keep himself (herself) private".
>>You are dumber than I thought.

>>BTW: I would be funny if we got to know more about Assange's alleged
>>rape via Wikileaks. LOL.

>If you "raped" somebody would you let them stay in your apartment for more than a week after and continue to deal with
>them like nothing happened?

>Well, that is what happened.

>Will any court of law consider that "rape" ?

>I don't think so !

Let me tell you the reason for the later accusation is that she got jealous after she found out he was also ***ing a
friend.

Women are like that. You can *** them willingly until they find out you are two timing them and then it becomes***!

ah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

 
 
 

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Post by Iceber » Tue, 21 Dec 2010 22:10:06


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> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Fry Assange!

> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> People speaking honestly and openly. This is what Assange is dedicated to.
> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Julian Assange would approve of this post.

> >>>>>>>>>>>>>> I thought he is dealing in stolen goods which is illegal?

> >>>>>>>>>>>>> No. Information is not "goods". The Daniel Ellsberg trial said so.

> >>>>>>>>>>>> If you steals information from your employer like that and they know
> >>>>>>>>>>>> that, would they fire you or can you say information is not goods?

> >>>>>>>>>>> duh?

> >>>>>>>>>>> it depends if I signed a NDA.

> >>>>>>>>>>> if not and they fired me i would sue their ass to high heaven.

> >>>>>>>>>> You don't need to have signed an NDA to not be allowed to take a
> >>>>>>>>>> company's information and expose it.

> >>>>>>>>> Oh so now it is illegal to expose company information that you had
> >>>>>>>>> no idea as to it being allowed or not being allowed? If you are NOT
> >>>>>>>>> told it is not allowed how is it not allowed? By osmosis?

> >>>>>>>> You think the information is allowed to be exposed while they are
> >>>>>>>> classified? Time to go to bed, Dave.

> >>>>>>> who says it is classified? how do you really now it is legit? anyway even classified information is public property. it
> >>>>>>> is the responsibility of whoever classifies it to keep it private. if they can't, too ***ing bad cause that is NOT a
> >>>>>>> crime.

> >>>>>> LOL, so it's your responsibility to keep your wife private and hold her
> >>>>>> back from being ***ed by everyone, and if you can't, "too ***ing bad
> >>>>>> 'cause that is NOT a crime"? LOLOLOL. Maybe I should continue
> >>>>>> "discussing" with you. That's hilarious!

> >>>>> that's correct. it's not a crime.

> >>>> You should be hired as Assange's laywer as he is accused having***d
> >>>> one of the 2 women which - as per you - is not raping but because the
> >>>> woman just couldn't keep herself private enough. LOL.

> >>> anyone can make an accusation. i accuse you of being a ***tard. does that mean you are?

> >>I am not saying Assange had***d the women or not. I am not interested
> >>in that. But the point here is that you are so stupid that you would
> >>play down raping as "someone could not keep himself (herself) private".
> >>You are dumber than I thought.

> >>BTW: I would be funny if we got to know more about Assange's alleged
> >>rape via Wikileaks. LOL.

> >If you "raped" somebody would you let them stay in your apartment for more than a week after and continue to deal with
> >them like nothing happened?

> >Well, that is what happened.

> >Will any court of law consider that "rape" ?

> >I don't think so !

> Let me tell you the reason for the later accusation is that she got jealous after she found out he was also ***ing a
> friend.

> Women are like that. You can *** them willingly until they find out you are two timing them and then it becomes***!

> ah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

although not pleasant to say it, yeah, this is true. One woman spoke
to the other on the phone, found out she was being nobbed by Assange
as well and then *suddenly* it became a*** case.
PS. If this guy writes a book on picking up chicks from prison, it'll
be a best seller!