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Fox News Hacked

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Just loaded up Fox News and saw an interesting screen staring back at me.

 

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haha!

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'Maverick Sea Lion' that's pretty cute

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Won't even load for me.. 

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I was like wtf live broadcast, clicked on it, and thought uhhh this is from June. Then went back and saw the WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE at the bottom and the World Zombie Day and laughed.

 

Interesting, it's still loading for me. I'm wondering when someone is going to notice it and yank the site :woot:

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:laugh: priceless

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Awww they pulled it back to normal, I've still got that full page loaded up in a tab if anyone at Neowin needs a better screen grab or something for a news article.  :D

 

Edit: my tab refreshed automatically  :| , I was going to pull the source down and see what else that tagged...not sure why I didn't think about it before.

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priceless indeed that is rather funny.

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laughed my a** of when i saw it. it made my day

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Lol

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Fox hacked...............did someone post a true story?

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what the 1%ers are driving huh

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It wasn't hacked.... *sigh*    :no:

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It doesn't really looked hacked to me, it looks like the rest of the propaganda they put up there. Knowing what kind of people watch Fox News, they would probably believe the "World Zombie Day to bring out the living dead" :laugh:

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It was never hacked. FFS the front page story was updated an hour ago.

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 "World Zombie Day to bring out the living dead" :laugh:

 

 

There really is a "World Zombie Day" and it was reported on. The site was never hacked, just one article was accidently published with a "WEEEE" headline.

 

http://worldzombieday.co.uk/

 

Might want to educate yourself a bit before making sweeping assumptions about "what kind of people watch Fox News" when you're the one here who's blindly believing a story about Fox News getting hacked when it in fact never was.

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There really is a "World Zombie Day" and it was reported on. The site was never hacked, just one article was accidently published with a "WEEEE" headline.

 

http://worldzombieday.co.uk/

 

Might want to educate yourself a bit before making sweeping assumptions about "what kind of people watch Fox News" when you're the one here who's blindly believing a story about Fox News getting hacked when it in fact never was.

No, my assumptions are just about right. The average Fox News viewer is a poorly educated redneck that lives in the boondocks that owns a couple of shotguns and believes Pres. Obama is socialist or communist and should be impeached.   :shifty: You can tell what kind of people watch Fox News by the kind of commercials they have also.

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