11-02-2010, 08:20 PM
| | Re: VPN Steel
On Nov 2, 3:28*pm, PooseyII <irasilverst...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Nov 2010 14:41:11 -0400, Bryan Kirk wrote:
> >> Oh so you need a VPN to run drugs or sell your pedo****k pictures of
> >> little naked boys, huh, yeah better pass on Cotse and damn near any
> >> other VPN except for VPN Steel, Bryan/zero3k you disingenuous ****.
> >> If I were you I'd stay as Anonymousie as you can because we are
> >> pulling logs on 4 free VPN Steel accounts since you decided to show
> >> your *** and piss me off.
> >> We're watching every crypt/decrypt and btw you have the attention opf
> >> the Wilders guys who don't think so much of your *** over there
> >> either. Yeah, you got that right, your DNS is showing, better learn
> >> how to re-stack your locals, you stupid pig****er.
> >> Your time is sooooo limited.
> > Why do you hate me so much?
> Brian, Ari does not hate you. You have to admit that you have been
> testing fate pouring out your deceptions all across the Internet. How
> long did you expect to act like a child posting the same set of lies
> over and over again before you were caught?
> Who put you up to this? Come free now, it's the only salvation left
> for your credibility and the *rapidly disintegrating vpn provider's
> credibility <if there ever was any> you have so foolishly conspired.
> What have you gained? Your provider is thoroughly trashed by your
> actions. This thread is top of the Google searches when the name VPN
> Steel is entered. What wisdom as there in your plans?
> To make matters yet worse, you and your provider are under serious
> investigation for several known violations that have been pointed out
> here. What else will come to light is yet to be unearthed. Was it
> worth your personal freedom being compromised?
> You are a young man who has made many foolish choices and there will
> be a piper to pay. I wish you well but I know that isn't going to be
> your fate. :(
1. No one put me up to it.
2. I have gained nothing.
3. I just wanted to make it popular.
4. It wasn't worth my personal freedom being compromised.