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You've been hacked!
LMAO...Hacked indeed
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You've been hacked!
ZOMG! I just gave you a rep just for being cool...

Anyway people see think that they are actually going to use this new technology, but the truth of the matter is the governments and states of the world will weaponize this technology. Lets say a new bacteria strain that only targets and kills a specific race (genetics) while being completely harmless to all others...or worse
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So we feed bacteria information until they evntually get enough knowledge to take over the world!!!!

When do we start
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[Insert lame virus joke here]

I recently got a head cold shortly after visiting a local university, and now the FBI is after me. I think i have top secret info in my mucus glands


jk, lol.

there ya go, 1 lame bacteria-related joke

On a side note it'd be really easy to completly wipe data(pun intended) Just grab some lysol wipes


EDIT: **** I JSUT REALIZED SOMETHING! what would happen if your data drive got a bacterial phage virus
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