couldn't make it up.
Followers of on-the-run cybersecurity baron John McAfee will be sorry to hear that he won't be updating his blog for the next few days. The billionaire inventor of McAfee antivirus software told friend Chad Essley this morning that "something had happened" and that he needed to move to another location. Despite being the …
couldn't make it up.
Top marks for the headline :-)
I mean, his trial will last 365 days
here all weeks folks
That's interesting, but I don't see how it's relevant... This story is about events taking place in Belize - a country in a different continent on the other side of the world.
There really ought to be a Nobel Prize for weirdness, just so that this sort of thing can be commemorated and rewarded.
There is Ig-Nobel for results that cannot and should not be reproduced.
Dabbling in Bath Salts would probably make the cut.
"The billionaire inventor of McAfee antivirus software..."
"The antivirus millionaire..."
He sure knows how to spend money fast.
It's the stuff of Hollywood and regardless of how this pans out it's the story has got to be made.
James woods to play McAfee as he is the best at paranoia.
Oooh... a piece of
candy experimental hallucinogen.
IMDB Belize (2012) Directed by Terry Gilliam.
The long awaited sequel to Brazil (1985) in which the urban dystopia of the original is replaced by a subtropical Brave New World of psychoactive substances, sexual practices and extreme wealth divides. Like much of Gilliams work, it explores the themes of paranoia, subjective storytelling, unreliable narrators and has a strong streak of fantasy...
Seriously though, Gilliam's latest film doesn't seem too different- The Zero Theorem, starring Christolf Waltz as a reclusive computer programmer living in a burnt-out chapel, answering to the head of a totalitarian state. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Zero_Theorem
I would PAY TO SEE THAT!
My mate was in Brazil, you know. One of the office boys.
If anyone really believes this is John McAfee posting that he's disguised himself by sticking a tampon up his nose and occupied himself selling carved dolphins to reporters ... what's Santa bringing you this year?
Highly entertaining reading material like this blog. =P
It's good that he didn't get confused and push a tampon into a carved-up dolphin. I mean, that would be like WEIRD or something.
Although I'm really surprised you didn't write "pedaller".
Read about this disguise business and immediately thought of Clouseau !
I wonder if there is room in the Ecuadorian Embassy for McAfee as well. Julian won't mind sharing I am sure.
Are they picking up people who do new things that might fall into the category of "nutter on the run", or picking up anyone who does the exact same things as he has previously? ;)
is that what he's hoping?
Maybe, with bad or no heuristics and no behavior signature checking.... he should be OK, as long as he keeps doing completely new batshit things ;)
I guess in this case the lads in blue "reading the newspaper" counts as "updating your detection signatures" :P
he's probably hiding in plain sight as the Minister of Information in Caracas, Venezula. well suited to the role. and El Presidente wouldn't notice.
Another earlier article said that MacAfee claimed he had already written 1 years worth of blog so even if he disappears the blog will continue to be updated.
But I hope this doesn't end with a crazy guy cowering in a street corner dying a pauper's death despite his riches. It seems to be moving faster and faster from crazy-funny to crazy-sick with every episode.
..if Mr Millionaire/Billionaire (the amount is irrelevant) is really paranoid about Belize justice and being stitched up for something he hasnt done, why doesnt he just use some of his wealth to get out the country? I cant believe that someone with his financial clout and presumably long list of friends cant conjure up a plane or a boat to get him out pronto. He cant be that crazy if he can work out disguises and ways to avoid the police. Something doesnt smell right about all this.
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