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  1. shade

    shade Junior Member

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    I'm in quite a funny situation right now. This is pretty much what has happened...

    1. I'm coding some c++ in notepad. Not planning on complying it or anything, I don't even save my work. I just get bored, code something, and press don't save. Anyways... The teacher walks by and stands behind me. I don't even notice her because I'm not hypervillagant unless I'm doing something wrong (which I wasn't). She says "What are you doing?!". I say "Nothing, just notepad". She sends me to the office to explain what I was doing. They bring in the "IT guys". I tell them I was just writing some c++ in notepad. Funny thing is... They have no f**** idea what I'm talking about. They'd never even heard of c++. There convinced that I'm "hacking". So long story short, I'm banned from the internet at school. Why am I banned from the internet you ask. Beats me.

    2. My teacher knows that I "cannot" get on the internet from school. However, she gives us this huge assignment that we have to do on powerpoint (hate powerpoint btw) with research online, and says that it's do by tomorrow and that we could finish it in class.
    I'm like "um... I'm not allowed to access the internet from schoool."
    She said, "You can do it at home."
    I'm like "no... I don't use windows I use linux and linux can make a powerpoint but not for a 2003 version of powerpoint (which the school users, I have no idea why)."
    Her response, "What's linux?"
    I try to explain that it's not windows or anything to do with windows, but in her mind windows is the computer, there is nothing else but windows. She's convinced that I'm making it up to get out of doing my work. She calls the "IT guys" again and asks them what linux was. Guess what. They've never heard of it either. They say I'm lying and that everyone with a computer has windows, there's no way for them to work without it. So now I have this huge project do and no way to get it done. :eek:

    Well, I thought this to be pretty funny so I thought I would share.
     
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  2. metaldragon

    metaldragon Regular Member

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    ROFL thats just crazy!
     
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    i work in an IT office for a school but at least we know what linux and notepad is.. lol

    i did get yelled at once by an old fart access programmer for using notepad to save my sample code..lol
     
  4. shade

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    This could all have been avoided if they would upgrade from powerpoint 2003. Why in the heel would you still use that? They have the money because they keep buying dumb software like dreamweaver. Call me a little old fashioned but what happened to actually html + css + javascript + php? Why do they need expensive software to generate what's going to look like shillze anyway?
     
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    shade Junior Member

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    @Knoxgates, business law
     
  6. Sanitarium

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    Haha. This is very common of teachers. The plan is to put you through as much torture as possible because you were "hacking." And it was your hacking that made her files vanish the other day, your hacking made her get no sex last night, your hacking made the computers crash the other day, YOU DID IT LIL C++ BOY, YOU SCREWED THE ENTIRE SCHOOL!

    Yeah, i feel for you buddy.
     
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    xr250h Registered Member

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    Man that is ridiculous. I would threaten them with the law if I were you. Threaten anything, even if you can't promise it will happen, most of the time the threat of taking action is enough for them to say "Ok ok. Go away and we'll pretend this never happened".

    I don't know about you, but when I was in high school, hacking was a serious offense. Get your parents involved and explain to them that you have a powerpoint due, but the teacher won't let you compete the assignment. One call from the 'rents to the school and you will be off the hook.
     
  8. shade

    shade Junior Member

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    Not what I was doing but this is what I want to do to them now. :)
    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    #include <string>
    	using namespace std;
    int main() {
    string s1;
    string s2;
    string s3;
    string name;
    	cout<<"What's your name?\n";
    	cin>>name;
    	s1 = "net send * Fuck you ";
    	s2 = name;
    	s3 = s1+s2;
    	while(1 == 1) {
    		system(s3.c_str());
    	}
    }
    
     
  9. gmjames

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    where do you live? lol
     
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    lmao.........wich school and on which planet???
    lol
     
  11. zone69

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    LMAO......good thing your weren't using vi on HPUX cause who knows what the reaction would be. You'd have to write a 2 page letter explaining what you were doing and end up suspended for 2 weeks. lol
     
  12. shade

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    Here's a new one XD

    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    #include <string>
    	using namespace std;
    int main() {
    string s1;
    string s2;
    string s3;
    string name;
    	cout<<"What's your name?\n";
    	cin>>name;
    	s1 = "net send * Attention! Let it be know that  ";
    	s2 = name + " Is the biggest asshole ever to walk these lands. They like to ride a lot of weiner. Why must they be so stupid. </rant>";
    	s3 = s1+s2;
    	while(1 == 1) {
    		system(s3.c_str());
    	}
    }
    
     
  13. springer98

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    I'd be willing to wager that, IF you were so inclined, you could OWN the school's network.

    Wouldn't it be humorous if that happened and they came to YOU for help? HAH!
     
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    Goodness, are you pretty darn sure this is still happening in this techno age, I'm lost for words (IT guy doesn't know what is Linux)
     
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    This seriously sounds like something my high school would do. We're still using Word 2003 and they've been buying new computers even though it doesn't speed anything up because they make us log into a server that I think was make in the 90s...at least it's not like my freshman year where I was forced to use a constantly freezing windows 95 computer

    I will give them some credit, they've bought a few macs, so at least they know there's something besides windows.
     
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    Chances are, the "IT guy" is that in title only. In reality, he could be the janitor and got stuck with this other gig just because he knows a little about windoze and AOL. Maybe the principal found out he sold something on ebay once, so he must be some kind of computer and innerwebs genius!

    My oldest son is a 3rd grade teacher and is his schools "IT guy" because he's the least air-headed person there and knows how to get email on his cell phone. It certainly doesn't mean he really KNOWS anything about IT.

    I'm fairly certain he wouldn't know much about Linux or c++ either but at least he might have sense enough to ask someone about it before barring someone from using a school computer.
     
  17. shade

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    @youngguns XD that is exactly what they do to us. They have four gigs of ram, intel core duos, and pretty good video cards. However, they have decliend to upgrade their servers so that it's still slow as hell.
     
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    lmao!
     
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    Linux doesn't exist LOL

    Print 2 copies of the Linux wiki for the IT guy and her.
     
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    Most schools have acceptable use policies now stating that they can deny any student access to any technology for any reason. Whether you are right or wrong, they own the technology and they can say who gets to play with the toys. Not worth forcing the issue in my opinion.