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Submitted by Doug Guillory (United States), Dec 2, 2004 at 18:24

When attacked they always try to turn it around! Instead of answering you, he immediately came back and accused YOU of hacking! This is the favorite strategy of these idiots. It is never their fault for anything. With the 9/11 attacks it was our fault we were attacked. When questioned about something else it was someone else's fault. This tactic is done so that they don't have to answer anything and if pressed they become very belligerent and scream at the top of their lungs to try to either drown you out or provoke you.
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