Is Your Son a Computer Hacker?

This would be hilarious, except for the fact that I think the guy who wrote it (some years back, but still) was serious.

I don’t know if that makes it more funny, or less …

Even the domain name is funny, as in “delusions of adequacy” …

  • Cd-MaN

    From the comments and the exagerations in the article it seems more a satire to than a serious post.

  • Atlanta real estate

    Thi is kind of funny. This isn’t for real is it?

  • nr

    The whole site was a parody and satire site. Many (all?) of the more prolific authors were regulars on Slashdot and Slashnet IRC.

  • jbrown

    Hilarious. This is one of my favorite: “If your son spends more than thirty minutes each day on the computer, he may be using it to DOS other peoples sites.” –Haha

  • sparks

    Clearly satire:

    “BSD, Lunix, Debian and Mandrake are all versions of an illegal hacker operation system, invented by a Soviet computer hacker named Linyos Torovoltos, before the Russians lost the Cold War.”


    “AMD is a third-world based company who make inferior, “knock-off” copies of American processor chips. They use child labor extensively in their third world sweatshops,”

  • dru

    It is satire.
    He later changes his pseudonym to “Robert Reginald Rodriguez” and makes intelligent comments about computers.

  • anlamlı nickler

    Thi is funy brother :) thank you

  • hobo

    so, so, SO ridiculous its awsome. but when i still thought he was serious i didnt so much laugh as groan at the obvious ignorance.
    i love the comments, they are almost better than the article: “o my god! im a hacker, i should go turn my self into the cops or kill myself! i use LUNIX! i must be 1337 h4>

  • alex

    haha this is funny i mean radiation when was this post made 1950s hehe i dont hack i spent over 6 hower a day an the rest i bike\trampoline so HA this is false

  • Trevor

    I enjoy reading all the comments on the page from people who thought that it wasn’t a parody. There were several parts in the article that indicated that it was satirical. The whole “Quake is used for training hackers with illegal weapons” bit was so obviously a parody that you’d have to skip over that part to even have a chance of calling that a non-parody.

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