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Suggestion: Any way to incorporate this as a background process, so I'm protected from Satan 24/7, the same way virus scanners work?
-Ralf Maximus (November 14, 2007, 08:31 AM)
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That would then be the "Satanic Sentinel", or "Angelic Sentinel" - not sure which... But "Sentinel" definitely belongs in the name of a Windows Service or UNIX Daemon (irony?) that protects you from Satan... ;)

I love the page.

That had to be the most fun I have ever had reading a license agreement.  ;D
-app103 (November 14, 2007, 09:41 AM)
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Would you expect anything less from lawyers? ;) We all know where they go when they die! :D

Now...the software itself...

I had some very interesting results.

I thought it should have been a lower score for that little demon I live with: (see attachment in previous post) :-\

-app103 (November 14, 2007, 09:41 AM)
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I've always suspected there was something very dark with cats...

8's are supposed to be lucky...I guess I should be quite happy with the results for my name: (see attachment in previous post) 8)
-app103 (November 14, 2007, 09:41 AM)
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There's something very special about 8! (My favorite number!) 8 is 2 (representing binary) raised to the power of 3 (a holy number or lucky number or whatever)! I figure that it's got to be a good one. :D

And I always knew my husband's ex-wife (name blurred to protect the guilty) was bad news: (see attachment in previous post) :o
-app103 (November 14, 2007, 09:41 AM)
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Your suspicions have been confirmed with absolute certainty! He's lucky he escaped from the Harlot of Babylon! :D

I had this fantastic idea while playing around with it. I am definitely going to be posting something 'relevant' about this application in my blog very soon. It will be quite amusing.  :D
-app103 (November 14, 2007, 09:41 AM)
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Awesome! Let me know as I'd love to read it!

SUGGESTIONS:  Add these additional numeric triggers (with suitable graphic):

333 = Mark of the Semi-Christ
13013 = Mark of the SubGenius
-Ralf Maximus (November 14, 2007, 02:47 PM)
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DRAT! I knew that I was missing something! I'd thought of that and then got so caught up with other things that I missed other special numbers! That's coming next! Thanks for reminding me!

what if you could save out the image with the related name so you could email it on to the culprit - then they'll know you've got their number.
-nudone (November 15, 2007, 02:16 AM)
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Hmmm... Or just send it into automatic DDOS spam mode to bury the devil worshipper in a mountain of... No... Wait... That's just a bit illegal... But saving the pic would be good! I'll need to get to work on that one! Thanks for the suggesstion!

Again - thanks everyone for the feedback! I'll try to get them all in the next version, v6.6.6 Part II. :)

Ralf Maximus:

10. All file extensions mysteriously changed to .666

9. Cups of coffee placed within immediate proximity turn to blood.

8. FORMAT C: command displays "Start Apocalypse Y/N?"

7. Gigabytes and gigabytes of pornography.

6. Every movie file stored there plays back "The Exorcist".

5. You call technical support and four skeletal guys on horses show up.

4. Your computer's uptime exceeds 90 days straight without rebooting.  This, despite the fact you have no UPS, the electricity was shut off, the PC was dropped off the roof, shot, chainsawed, and set afire.

3. Instead of an ID + password, the PC requires your soul to login.

2. Delete a file -- a person dies!

1. Your copy of Microsoft Vista runs flawlessly.

haha, fantastic.

You forgot this one:

Your printer starts printing out necromancy spells while both your pc and printer are powered off.

I'm afraid there are quite some people in the forums seeing signs 1 and 7 right now ;D. Hey, don't give me that look, I don't have gigabytes of fine art...

... probably only 10 MB :P


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