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If You’re Planning Murder Don’t Just Use Google, Don’t Do It at All

Killing is bad. Even if you personally don’t think that murder is bad (you’d be a psycho then), then just remember that most sovereign countries outlaw it. And human beings basically have the right to live. So if you’re still thinking of bloody murder, better check with a therapist for a treatment for your murderous rage issues.

Anyway, if you’re some disgruntled schmuck who’s still planning cold-blooded murder then scrap the idea of Googling information. You don’t want to end up like Melanie McGuire who’s on trial for bloody first degree murder. Just look at what she searched via Google and MSN:

  • how to commit murder
  • undetectable poisons
  • fatal digoxin level
  • instant poisons
  • toxic insulin levels
  • how to purchase guns illegally
  • how to find chloroform
  • fatal insulin doses
  • poisoning deaths
  • where to purchase guns illegally
  • gun laws in Pa.
  • how to purchase guns in Pa.
  • where to purchase guns without a permit

Hey Bad Boy, watcha gonna do when Google comes for you. Haha.

But if you’re just an ordinary peace loving person, you might want to read on keeping searches secret. Oh or just commit another type of M.U.R.D.E.R here.

Source: Computerworld

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5 Responses to “If You’re Planning Murder Don’t Just Use Google, Don’t Do It at All”

  • Yesid says:

    Thanks for the advice. I’m quite a peaceful person, but I googled this idea of murder out just for the heck of it. I don’t know what’s gonna happen to me. I have been feeling pretty depressed after my wife left me and took our daughter away. Thanks, anyways.

  • Alex says:

    Just don’t do it, man. Murder’s not worth it.

  • Bronson says:

    Are you saying that people can trace what you search on google?

    How am I suppost to deliver Vigilantie Justice Now?

  • Alex says:

    Yes. Google logs search terms and the IP address from which the search originated. They can easily cross reference the IP address if it’s used to log in to other Google services. That way, they can trace a search back to you.

  • Felicity says:

    This perfectly explains why you would be better off using books for your research he he. Not only do they provide you with more in depth supply of information, but they also do not tell anyone every time you have to look up info from them.


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