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[#] Fri Dec 11 2020 18:03:35 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

Subject: доброе утро

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Good morning, Russian douchebags! Log in, make an account, pujalasta! 

 



[#] Fri Dec 11 2020 18:59:03 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

Subject: Re: доброе утро

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Seriously. None of my American friends want to talk to me anymore - I'm too blunt and uncultured. 

We can talk about To The Lake and... 

Viktoriya Agalakova




Fri Dec 11 2020 18:03:35 MST from ParanoidDelusions Subject: доброе утро

Good morning, Russian douchebags! Log in, make an account, pujalasta! 

 



 



[#] Fri Dec 11 2020 19:27:04 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

Subject: Re: Re: доброе утро

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[#] Fri Dec 11 2020 19:36:01 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Seriously... two different accounts connected but not logged in, both from different ISPs in Moskva, in 10 minutes. Because Russia doesn't give a shit about crimes like this... 

Could the Russians have been fucking with our elections? Sure. But, more likely they were trying to see if there was some angle where they could make money from cyber crime - if you ask me. That is what motivates them. They could give a fuck about international diplomatic bullshit. They're all trying to make a buck by doing something illegal - because no one comes looking for them as long as they're not fucking it up for some OTHER more powerful Russian. They can do just about anything they want. 

They're actually, possibly, the last free people on the planet... or at least, the most free. Within a certain lens, anyhow. 

I did a port scan back on both of them - and they both disconnected. 

Listen, Comrade - if I show you mine, you have to show me yours. Da? 

 






[#] Sat Jan 23 2021 01:02:46 MST from Jerry Moore Jr.

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Gee, kinda reminds me of one of my customers at The Dragon's Den, back in the eighties, who spoke Russian. He was wild for technology, and had a wide screen TV back then, and pirated Sci-fi movies that hadn't been released yet, on discs or tapes. I remember being fascinated by the rear-projection screen and three different colored projectors that made it work.he had a plurality, if not majority share is a big name Sacramento photo shop, since he had been doing IT work for them and had been seriously injured enough to end up in a wheelchair. He sued them and won a judgement so big that they couldn't pay, and they offered him a share in the business. I still remember him saying "DOS Vadanya" as he left with his hundred copy bundle of X-Men comics each month. He had a racing wheelchair, and could beat me from the parking lot of the apartments where he lived to his front door, including several turns!



[#] Sat Jan 23 2021 09:01:07 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Sounds like an interesting dude. Just reading this, Jerry - I think you're going to be much happier with the community here in Citadelphia - and I really recommend you expand your visits from just my BBS, now that you seem to have it figured out, to uncensored.citadel.org. You'll find more kindred souls over there. In fact, I've missed your posts since I quit Facebook, but I find the group of interesting folks over at Uncensored a very close substitute. They're classic Citadel users talking about classic Citadel things. 


This room having a message in it made me see that picture up above - and I am surprised that after seeing that post, no one wanted to talk about: 

Viktoriya Agalakova

Sat Jan 23 2021 01:02:46 MST from Jerry Moore Jr.

Gee, kinda reminds me of one of my customers at The Dragon's Den, back in the eighties, who spoke Russian. He was wild for technology, and had a wide screen TV back then, and pirated Sci-fi movies that hadn't been released yet, on discs or tapes. I remember being fascinated by the rear-projection screen and three different colored projectors that made it work.he had a plurality, if not majority share is a big name Sacramento photo shop, since he had been doing IT work for them and had been seriously injured enough to end up in a wheelchair. He sued them and won a judgement so big that they couldn't pay, and they offered him a share in the business. I still remember him saying "DOS Vadanya" as he left with his hundred copy bundle of X-Men comics each month. He had a racing wheelchair, and could beat me from the parking lot of the apartments where he lived to his front door, including several turns!