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    Google Clique..... The idea that went wrong

    The case centers around a program called "Google Clique," which was allegedly written by 32-year-old Michael Anthony Bradley to surf and click on Web ads displayed by the Google AdSense program.
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    Nice

    If i were him, i would have just used it without trying to blackmail google, or just sell it on the Internet....... silly man.

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    Just found this blog all about google: http://blog.outer-court.com/

    ..... hehe, poogle!

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    That cyborg name gerator is cool:

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    I think they're telling me i'm a nerd

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    No, you're more of a farmers machine:



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    lol, good find...




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    the famous Ihoss:

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    Originally posted by yasunobu13
    *cough*
    And? One circle more for everyone that missed the last two circles.

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    cricles goes in circles, so dont mess with the nature of things!

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    Originally posted by Ihoss
    cricles goes in circles, so dont mess with the nature of things!
    I likes my circles square

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    or like in Charlie and the chocolate factory, squares that look round

    i think you will have to look very long to find any square circles, yasunobu.

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    but not too long to find a circle square

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    Originally posted by yasunobu13
    I likes my circles square
    lmao... dunno why...



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    He should've put a line of code in there, a boolean, that would terminate all progress done by the program on an external command. Then, 'accidentally' release it on Kazaa as complete freeware, with a bogus name for the creator. When spammers start using it, develop software that would terminate that progress by simply turning off the boolean, selling it to google as a 'cure' for their doom. Voila, no trouble with the law, 100 phat g's in your pocketses.


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    Originally posted by fospher.com
    He should've put a line of code in there, a boolean, that would terminate all progress done by the program on an external command. Then, 'accidentally' release it on Kazaa as complete freeware, with a bogus name for the creator. When spammers start using it, develop software that would terminate that progress by simply turning off the boolean, selling it to google as a 'cure' for their doom. Voila, no trouble with the law, 100 phat g's in your pocketses.

    shame he didnt have a friend like you he would have been hailed as a saviour, LOL.

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