Don’t like ‘smart people forums’ – just look here

I always thought tech forums were a bit intimidating. I never want to be the n00B, and for that reason do a lot more reading than writing when looking for help.

But what if you want to be able to ask those stupid questions? Check out an example here.

My favorite comment:

i lost my pass word for [email protected], can some hack it and change the password to chocolate3?

I would love to find out this was a joke, but sadly, it doesn’t look that way.






One response to “Don’t like ‘smart people forums’ – just look here”

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    Leader of each country should respectly meet YunFeng

    There are many great matter that will happen in the future. Our team is not enough big now and prevent those matters happen. Recently, YunFeng cannot control those stuff. Because, those stuff is very important and could not refinement. Or else, that will cause the panic situations among the common people. We hope the leader of each country respectly meet us for people, living in country, before those situations happen!….
    I wrote this article on April 5, 2009!

    Validated “Leader of each country should respectly meet YunFeng”

    Italy happened Magnitude 6.3 earthquake.

    Monday, April 06, 2009 at 01:32:39 UTC
    Monday, April 06, 2009 at 03:32:39 AM at epicenter

    The earthquake happened after I said “Leader of each country should respectly meet us!”

    The special plane of president was wrecking in the Philippines!
    The departed saint were found on the wrecking accident.

    Thai anti-gov't “red-shirt” protestors to leave Pattaya for Bangkok
    PATTAYA, Thailand, April 11 (Xinhua)– Natthawut Saikua, a leader of the “red-shirt” protestors, Saturday declared victory for the Pattaya battle and told the protesters to leave the town and head back to Bangkok.
    The “red shirt” protesters have set a deadline of April 15 for Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to step down and dissolve the cabinet. Otherwise, they threatened to continue their protests.
    “The war in Pattaya was over now. Since we have gained victory, all “red-shirt” people in Pattaya will return to join the rally in front of the Government House,” Natthawut said.
    The summits of ASEAN leaders with dialogue partners have been canceled and a state of emergency declared in Pattaya after thousands of “red-shirt” protestors blocked all roads leading to the Summit venue and stormed the Summit Press Center.
    Thai Prime Minister Abhisit declared a state of emergency in Pattaya and Chonburi Province, partly to facilitate the departure of ASEAN leaders and delegates.
    The cancellation has also been announced by acting government spokesman Panithan Watanayagorn, who had earlier said it was only a delay, not cancellation.
    “We were also concerned about the safety of the leaders and the people including the protesters. We are working hard to control the situation,” Panithan said.
    Foreign Ministry's spokesman Tharit Charungvat said that all delegates are not the targets of the protesters. “The protesters want to humiliate the government,” he said.
    Thai officials said that the government is able to ensure the safety of the ASEAN leaders and their dialogue partners and helicopters are being used to lift ASEAN leaders to a nearby military airport.

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