Immaturity Essay

812 words - 3 pages

inxor not only did i dis you but i dissed JUST ABOUT everyone who comes to this board as of now i am so sick of the lamer flame that i don't want to even hang out in the xgamers irc channel anymore.. its nothing against the guys that no stuff.. just you newbs are too fucking annoying for my likeings.. i guess i have got to that age where the immaturaty and ignorance of others becomes more visable than before.. yes i understand that there is always going to be newbs and i was a newb once.. but the way we went about things in those days we different. we had respect for those who were above us in knowledge you people do not.. you expect give give give teach teach teach but don't give 2 shits about anything but leaching off of the ones who have spent time going up in the ranks and teaching them selves things. as of now i am so sick of newbs that i will never release anything i ever code also i password protect everything and say what you want talk the shit you want about me because guess what i don't care and i have no fucking clue why i am even spending the time now to write this. things aren't going to change by the actions or words i say they will only get worse becuase i now see in the direction this community of haxors or crackers or whatever you want to think you are but will never be. becuase computers are cool now, people that are actually something in this rl world that they have come on and disrespect others thinking they are all mighty and 31337 well i have news for you kids, you all are and will start lame and never becomse what the word elite use to be. not only has the word "hacker" changed over the years but i have now come to realize that the word "elite" has been changed to mean newbish fucking code stealing poser fag.. and if you are sitting there reading this saying "he is a homo blah blah he doesn't know shit blah blah" then guess what you just proved my point..Kids the disrespect you show towards me chaz slick leper(he fooled me the other day makeing himself look like one of you kids) and furthermore anyone else who...

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