You guys should know by now that this website does not take kindly to anyone bitch slapping New Orleans, the SuperDome, the Saints management, the Saints coaching staff, the Saints players or the Saints fans. We don’t care how powerful you think you are, or how much money you have, if you come down to da bayou country and start slapping, you’re gonna get slapped back.
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Our point is that these dummazzes at the NYT don’t have a damn thing to be cocky about, they let Chinese hackers rape and pillage their entire newspaper, steal the passwords of every single employee, and break into and spy on the personal computers of 53 of their employees. The story came out 5 days ago, we’ll get back to that at the end of the article and document their stupidity.
The New York Times took their Yankee azzes down here Sunday night and took some shots at us for the blackout during the Super Bowl, and now they get their “comeuppance”. First, some brief excerpts from their tirade, and then we’ll get down to payback. Here’s the title of, and the link to the article they rolled with: Before Game Is Decided, Superdome Goes Dark
That didn’t sound to bad, but it was just the headline. Out of the 890 word article (yeah, Cajun rednecks can count) almost all of it was trashing the city for crap going back decades. Hell, they even brought up the long dead bodies in the old Girod Street Cemetery, and old rumors about a curse that made our team so crappy for so many decades. Bruh, you think you can just talk dat crap and just walk away?
I brought up the word count because I can only use a bit of what they said under “Fair Usage”. I won’t need much, all of it is just as smartazz. When I get done we’ll show why they should STFU, and you all know what that means.
Bits & Pieces of the NYT Rant:
* It was not New Orleans’s brightest moment.
* Internet connections in the press box were cut, and the scoreboards went dark.
* After the sudden break in the action, many of the 71,024 fans started murmuring.
* …one of the oddest moments in Super Bowl history.
* In choosing New Orleans to host the game, the N.F.L. wanted to signal that the city was Xback in business after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
* The blackout is certain to add to the legend of the Superdome.
* Some New Orleans residents believe the building (Superdome) is cursed because it was Xbuilt near the old Girod Street Cemetery… (making fun of superstitious residents)
* Either way, the N.F.L., which runs the Super Bowl with an iron hand and brutal Xefficiency, is not used to random events during games… (a threat)
* …rarely are games delayed for anything more than the occasional hiccup.
* …distribution and transmission feeders that serve the Superdome were never Xinterrupted.
* Power did not go out elsewhere in the city
* CBS said it would honor all its commercial commitments. (meaning the Dome cost them Xmoney)
* The Super Bowl power failure immediately spawned an Internet frenzy.
* One enterprising fan created the hashtag, SuperBowlBlackOut, on Twitter.
* …a columnist for Forbes, said the blackout would hurt New Orleans’s chances of Xhosting another Super Bowl
That’s less than 25% of their BS, we’ll go with that. Is that enough evidence to show they were trying to bust our chops? Hell, to begin with they’re as friggin stupid as the sportswriters who believed every word Roger Goodell said about the Saints in BountyScam™. They know jack shit about commercial electricity applications, but they’re blaming the problem on the city, without even considering that Entergy just might have been at fault.
Now, let’s take a look at the rocket scientists who took the time to trash New Orleans. Here’s the title & link to the C-net article that was written after Chinese hackers bent the NEW York Times over for a proctology exam: Chinese hackers said to wage cyberwar on The New York Times Look, bear in mind that the New York Times admitted everything C-net published.
Here’s what we know about ChineseHackerGate:
* The newspaper’s computer systems were infiltrated and attacked by Chinese hackers.
* The attacks began four months ago and culminated with hackers stealing the corporate Xpassword for every Times employee.
Translation: It took the dummazzes 4 months to figure it out and stop it.
* The personal computers of 53 of these employees were also broken into and spied on.
* The Times discovered the attacks after observing “unusual activity” in its computer Xsystem.
* The Times hired computer security firm Mandiant.
Translation: The multi million dollar corporation didn’t have anyone on staff who could get Xa Chinese hacker off their server.
* Experts from Mandiant were able to detect and block the attacks, while watching the Xhackers’ every move.
Translation: Mandiant did what I do every day, but charged a couple of hundred thousand Xdollars for it.
This part is cool:
“This is not the end of the story,” Mandiant’s chief security officer, Richard Bejtlich, told the Times. “Once they take a liking to a victim, they tend to come back. It’s not like a digital crime case where the intruders steal stuff and then they’re gone. This requires an internal vigilance model.”
Translation: The security firm the New York Times is going to rape them like the Chinese did, but to the tune of maybe a million bucks before it’s over.
OK New York Times, I’ll make a point. You’re not the only one who gets Chinese hackers, we do too. We had about 100 hit us hard two nights ago in a 49 minute time span. Did I watch their every move? Hell no, I’m not a dummazz. I wrote few lines of code, bounced into the server, pasted it in, and now they’ll never even be able to see this site again. It took 15 minutes, not 4 months.
My conclusion? The New York Times has some dumb sumbiches working there, and they should STFU about dumb coonasses in New Orleans.
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