sternone wrote:I reply to things and actions I don't agree on.
That is, unfortunately, about all you do. You've got one of the highest posts-per-day counts, yet you're at bottom in terms of posts-to-substance. Aside from your initial enthusiasm, you've done very little besides whine or instigate.
These forums provide a rare opportunity for ethical hacking and infosec novices to interact with experienced professionals (who graciously take time out of their insane schedules to respond). I'm not sure how you haven't picked up on this by now, but this isn't a place where people just dump out every empty, unfiltered thought that crosses their minds. I think you've confused these forums with Twitter. You've single-handedly brought a level of immaturity to these forums that I haven't seen in the four years I've been here.
sternone wrote:Go sit in your dark room, look in the mirror, laugh hard and yell 'I have all the powers!' and be done with it. That might fix a lot of your issues.
Yes, ignoring his professional experience, numerous years and 1000+ insightful posts here, and reality, I think you nailed it. I can't believe that you alone were able to quickly decipher this situation while everyone else was fooled for years. You truly are amazing, and it's a shame you're going into security and not psychology.
The thing you don't seem to understand is that your actions are only hurting yourself. No one is getting upset or offended at your posts, and no one is impressed by the played-out internet bad-ass routine. You've only succeeded in burning bridges and removing value for yourself.
It's completely fine to disagree and state your opinion in a polite and respectful manner, and this is in fact how great discussions come about. The subtle and not-so-subtle responses you've received up until now have truly been attempts to just get you to stop spilling YouTube-quality comments all over the forums.
Please don't feel obligated to respond; everyone already knows what you're going to say, verbatim.
The day you stop learning is the day you start becoming obsolete.