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A Hacker is not a criminal Another one got caught today its all over the papers Teenager Arrested in Computer Crime Scandal Hacker Arrested after Bank Tampering Damn kids Theyre all alike But did you in your three-piece psychology and 1960s techno-brain ever took a look behind the eyes of a real hacker Did you ever wonder what made him tick what forces moulded him what may have fashioned him to something that you today call a criminal The story begins in his school He is smarter than most of the other kids the crap they teach him is bore Response Damn underachiever Least interested in studies Theyre all alike Hes in high school He has listened to teachers explain for the fifteenth time how to generate a fibonacci series But he never got a pat on his back for anything he always had to explain I do understand it Mam No Ms Singh I didnt show my rough work I did it in my head Believe me Mam and gets a stern reply Damn kid Probably copied it Theyre all alike Then things got different he got his hands on a computer Wait a second this is cool It does what I want it to If it makes a mistake its because I screwed it up Not because it doesnt like me Or thinks Im a smart ass Response Damn kid All he does is play games Tying up the phone line again Theyre all alike And then it happened a door opened to a world rushing through the phone line like heroin through an addicts veins an electronic pulse is sent out a refuge from the day-to-day incompetences is sought a board is found This is it this is where He belongs He knows everyone here even if He has never met them never talked to them may never hear from them again still he feels comfy He was spoon-fed baby food
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