believe someone would do this!" Amanda was angry. Todd was there, quietly
listening to her ranting. "I worked hard putting that book together and
for what? For someone to live out their sick fantasy that they supposedly know
something? To lay claim to ideas that that aren't their own?"
Amanda stopped for a
moment to take her laptop out of its bag. She set it on the counter and opened
"It's just as
bad as having my apartment broken into. Except this…" She pointed to her
laptop that was still loading. She had shut it down the night before.
"This is takes no effort. Only a lazy idiot with no real creativity will
do this. Even his website screams 'I'm too lazy to actually Google web design
principles. Look at me! Look how stupid I am!' "
Todd chuckled. It
didn't bother Amanda, who would also make an attempt at some humor to calm
When her computer
finished booting, Amanda loaded up Tor onto her laptop and typed in the site
again. However, in place of the website, there was a 'Site not found' error.
there," Amanda said, sounding defeated. All that complaining and nothing
to validate her claims.
you," Todd responded as he looked over her shoulder, "Sometimes sites
like this are run off a private computer, rather than a server. These sites
only run when their computer is on, so if the computer is off, then the site is
"I guess I'll have to keep trying.. I'll save it to Evernote next time. I
really wish I had at least taken a screen shot. I didn't even think of it
then" She sighed. "Sometimes, I really wish I could go back in