Saturday, June 10, 2006

Thehotfix.net Stupidity...

Ok, I've come to find that the internet, especially the beta scene, is like a school-yard playground. You have your smart people, those whom generally like to help out, you have your nerds, whom like to dwelve into one particular subject completely, and pay little or no regard to other's contrasting opinions. The bullies (Trolls), whom think they can dictate and attack anyone with little or no warrant. The foreign exchange students, whom for some unknown reason, they cannot formulate a single English sentence and are usually sporting a retarded sense of humor. Then you have the dumbasses, whom like to fake things, brag about how they have this and this before anyone else, only to find out their lying their asses off...

It's obvious, thehotfix.net is the dumbass of the beta playground. Writing a news story about sporting the final build for Windows Live Messenger (Formally MSN Messenger 8.0). Even stating that they have said build and are ready to distribute it. Then magically, a passworded .rar file appears on the web sporting the internal name of Install_Live_Messenger.exe*. This of course is hosted on Demonoid.com, and in my opinion could very well be a staged leak by the said dumbasses. They put the file up on their forum, coincidentally, in a members only restricted zone, of which requires *gasp* a subscription fee.

So here we sit, ontop of a passworded .rar file, which is most likely to be a fake installation file, thehotfix.net is even stating that they are experiencing slight down times as the load on their servers from everyone visiting the website to get the build increases. Now, this is coming from the same website that sports Windows XP SP3, which Microsoft themselves recommends not to install, so there you have it. The true labeled, dumbass of the beta playground.




*Could be a different name, I don't really know, nor do I give two shits about what it's actually called...