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Crackpot Coldwell Confuses Spam with Hacking


Feb 23, 2013



This self-proclaimed doctor, can’t tell the difference between spam and hacking, but somehow has the ability to determine that he was “hacked” by “a man in Japan”. I almost feel honoured, Lenny, that you credit me with such a knowledge, to point your perverse porky little finger at me with such an outlandish claim!

Herr Nein-ein-Doktor Leonard Coldwell, is apparently, the most hacked man on Facebook! Yes folks, the bald-loon is again, claiming that his Facebook account is the target of malicious hacking.
This isn’t the first time Lenny’s run crying to his loyal band of idiots – I mean followers – claiming to have been hacked. Some of you may remember earlier last year, that after some derogatory comments he made on several people, he claimed

Twas not me, twas a hacker

That phrase itself became the fuel for many a good gag around Facebook and private discussions.

Just yesterday, I received a notification on my own Facebook account, telling me that I needed to confirm my account, or it’d be shut down within 24 hours. Needless to say, once I saw the graphics at the top of the message, I ignored it completely.


The flaws in a spam or phishing message are blatantly obvious.
Not to mention the multiple grammar defects!
I almost thought it was written by Leonard Coldwell himself!

At first I almost suspected Coldwilly of sending the above message, but then I realised he’s not intelligent enough to know how!

In his latest Lennyism, he acts like a whiny kid, walking into a room full of friends, with a look of sadness on his face in the vague hope of garnering some sympathy, because the school bully took his lunch money, when in reality, he spent it trying to buy another Ph.D.
The sad part is, his equally moronic friends, believe him.

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Stupidity knows no boundaries.

So, first of all, Lenny reckons it was around “4am EST”. That would put the time around 6pm, Tokyo time (GMT+9). If this was on Friday, I was at work at that time. If it was Saturday, I was at home, watching a manga movie on TV, with my son. If it was yesterday, Sunday February 3rd, I was driving up in the Yamaguchi mountains, along with other sports car enthusiasts, enjoying the unusually warmer weather.

Secondly, and I have to ask this question directly to Lenny the Idiot, although I won’t hold my breath waiting for a response – how do you manage to be so unsure whether you were hacked or not, but yet, somehow determine that:

“a guy in Japan did it”

Thirdly Len, you can believe one thing for sure: if I was even capable of hacking your account, which I’m not, I would gladly wipe out your entire account, but not before sending messages to everyone on your list about what a lying, low-life, two-faced, back-stabbing, money-grabbing schweinhund you really are!! You underestimated me Lenny, but you get a lollipop for crediting me with such prowess!

As for your followers, it seems clear to the rest of us, that they are stupid enough to believe anything you tell them!

Get a clue Doctor Dumbass! Facebook is full of phishing scams and we all suffer from them. There’s nothing special about you other than the fact that you need serious medical help from a real doctor!

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I like truth. I like honesty. I like seeing people get what they paid for. I hate scammers.

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