This arrived at my inbox a couple of days ago:

hi
iam manish kaushik
an indian
iam doing btech in IT
can you help me
idon't know nothing about hacking
i want learn from you
and iam waiting for your guidance

At least he wants to learn, but what an (pardon my french) stupid way of asking. Why not try to read something like a book or a webpage/article about hacking.

Perhaps it's cultural thing. Or a social thing maybe, similar to what you say to someone who speaks a different and interesting language "If you teach me Swahilii, I'll teach you Swedish". But that's just a manner of speech.

By posting about this, guys in India, please keep sending these funny emails. Sorry for not replying to any of them. I particulary enjoy those who think I'm a kung fu master and that I can teach them kung fu via email.

A - 28 April 2006 [«« Reply to this]
He is an Indian doesn't mean he He is an Indian doesn't mean he represent entire India. It’s not cultural or social thing it's all with his and your mental thing.
A - 28 April 2006 [«« Reply to this]
what the crap...try again....

He is an Indian doesn't mean he represent entire India. It’s not cultural or social thing it's all related with his and your mental thing.


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