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Just some newbie thoughts and philosophy

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Mrnewbie, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. Mrnewbie

    Mrnewbie Regular Member Premium Member

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    I guess some of us see the word ?twist? and look at the word and don?t
    truly understand the importance of it or understand it completely. I guess by using an allegory of some sort it may offer some insight or maybe it is a waste of time. I personally think when someone posts a method of any sort that it?s like a classroom. You are taking a test in a way and you didn?t study the material. The person next to you has his/her answers but you don?t know if they right. They could have not studied or (tested the method) so you are pretty much going on blind faith. Now, if take an educated guess along with looking at the test (method) you are better off but not 100% sure if it is correct. Now comes the essay part. You could completely copy or use your limited knowledge or put a twist (your own method) and rewrite the essay question and look for a way to apply it to another field in essence using all three methods at the same time. It might not always work but preparation and effort increase the rate of success in anything. I believe we our all talented and some might be great in internet marketing and some may have great social skills that can be applicable to others areas. Instead of finding your strengths which can help immediately focus on some of your weak points as this will lead you to more personal growth and possible fortune. I thought about all this stuff for awhile but didn?t want to post it because I thought people would flame me for it or criticize my grammar as dyslexia makes writing tough but I thought maybe if one newbie could at least learn, share or help another fellow newbie it was well worth writing it.
     
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    Mrnewbie Regular Member Premium Member

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    Nevermind ^^
     
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    Well, that first post was borderline rant, but I get your point. (I think.) I'm dyslexic too, BTW.;)
     
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    I am glad that there are more people admitting they are dyslexics and hope I didn't ramble to much. I think we all have a platform and no matter how small we are we can always rise up no matter what situation or disability which was not really the purpose of the post but if it can reach anyone then I feel it has some validity . Best of luck to you bra!