Ok. To start off with I'd like to say that it's my belief that Ninja Penguins are the hardest to kill because they travel so fast and they don't even have to be in reality if they don't want to. But if you read about them you already know that.


Now the main enemy that Penguin Ninjas kill are Software Pirates. I don't see how a Software Pirate could kill a Ninja Penguin because all they do is set around and download illegal software all day in a computer chair and become couch potatoes. I've been wrong before. That's why I'm posting this here. I want all you Software Pirates to tell me why Software Pirates would be safe from Ninja Penguins.

Be careful though. If you click on the first link about Ninja Penguins and don't follow the instructions and read everything you will probably be killed by a Ninja Penguin very soon and if they don't succeed you won't end up killing them and they will just keep coming back until they do kill you. I still haven't figured out how to stop a Ninja Penguin without sending other Ninja Penguins to stop the first one.

So this one is for the Pirates out there to figure out. Of course if you are a Pirate and you have read this you are probably already dead.

Tags: Hackers, Linux, Mac, Ninja, Penguin, Pirates, Software, Windows

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You've got to be kidding me. 24 hours already and not one Software Pirate has anything to say? That's sad.
Not a fail thread just fail pirates.
ninja penguins
Right On!
ThePirateBay
Try LinuxTracker instead of the pirate bay. LinuxTracker is legal. Don't be a slave to software piracy. A lot of software downloads you get contain viruses and porn when your trying to get something else. LinuxTracker gives you access to Linux for free and it has tons of apps that are awesome and free. Go to www.justuselinux.com to get Linux! Be free.
The difference is that this is on a public site that has been up forever "www.mindblowingidea.com / ftp.mindblowingidea.com" and this is an official Linux distribution. It's even mentioned on SourceForge.net, Slashdot Firehouse, Digg, Pediaopeness, The Linux Foundation's Video site, Youtube, etc. JULinux formerly Ultumix has been out sense 2007 and is based off of work from as far back as 1991. The GPL or General Public Licence Agreement ensures that this software is legal to distribute freely.
too bad for you.
pirates are amazing so no one cares what you have to say
Amazingly easy to pown!

You just got powned!
Her Profile says she is.
I call that researching the facts about your statement.

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