Urizenus Sklar’s Real Life Avatar Appears on The Aloyna Show

by Pixeleen Mistral on 30/09/10 at 12:05 am

Hactivism hard to stop — chances of Lakers / Celtics rematch unclear

Earlier this week, Herald founder Urizenus Sklar sent his real life avatar – Peter Ludlow – into the television studio to chat up Alyona Minkovski on RT. Ms. Minkovski – who was born in Moscow but raised in California – took time away from her real job as a fulltime fan of the Los Angeles Lakers to interview that most baller of journalists and Herald founder, Urizenus Sklar.

Alyona Minkovski – fulltime LA Lakers fan

Strangely, Alyona did not discuss the possibility of a third Lakers NBA championship during the interview – was she trying to avoid an ugly confrontation with Boston Celtics fans? Instead of considering what Shaquille O’Neal could do for the Celtics, and whether an aging Lakers team can repeat, talk centered around Internet hacking culture – and the moral decisions individuals must make when information want’s to be free.

This is all well and good – but what does Alyona really think the chances are for a rematch of the Celtics and the Lakers? Can Doc Rivers out-coach Phil Jackson?

12 Responses to “Urizenus Sklar’s Real Life Avatar Appears on The Aloyna Show”

  1. Pappy Enoch

    Sep 30th, 2010

    Git that there Alyona gal IRL for Post 6. Hoo whee it wood be a fap-o-matic day you bet.

  2. General Drama

    Sep 30th, 2010

    no kidding Pappy, wouldn’t mind putting some Wrong Hands on that.

  3. Edna

    Sep 30th, 2010

    I hope Urizenus got a chance to slip it to her after the interview. She’s seriously hot. All of you basement dwellers that frig it to those computer generated Post 6 Grrrrls should take a good look at this Alyona and see what an actual real life hot woman looks like.

    Lakers fan got lucky last year. If If LeChump hadn’t voided his contract and quit half-way through the series, the Lakers would be singing a different tune. As far as Shaq. Good luck with that. Did you see his game last season including against the Celtics? Except for when the opposing players ran into like a wall, he hurt us every time he played. Quicken Loans had government bail out money to support Shaq’s phoning it in last year, the Celts will be throwing away cash they don’t have.

    Don’t forget ..F You LeBron.

  4. Urizenus

    Sep 30th, 2010

    U boys are pigs.

  5. Kinoko

    Sep 30th, 2010

    Well honestly to some point I believe information should be free. For example U.S Goverment witholding information about UFO, or Ghosts haunting from the public, I believe that all that type of information should be public.

    Information such as a persons private life, Personal Info, or Development of weapons to defend the U.S of course should not be public for the reason that everyone would use it for the wrong things, and blow everything up you get the point…

    Piracy is kind of different, I personally do not pay for every program I get, If I can crack it, I do it, reguardless of their stupid EULA, or TOS, because unless I sign it in real life, then it means nothing, and if they don’t like it they better get better encryption that can’t be cracked in their program, or they better make people sign RL documents of such.

    OF Course I understand that all companies need to make money such as movies, games,music, ect. Its just the fact that when it comes down to Music & Movies, I can easily record any movie, or music I want to from a theator without consent using cellphone, psp, ect. I could record music off youtube, Copy DVD’s from the video store without consent, and keep them as my own only, after all who is going to find out as long as I dont illegally sell them, because I would never attempt to do such, but I simply do so because I can, and because the movie comes out on television anyways about 3-6 months later or something, and so who cares you can record television movies as well, cut out what you want, and give it to another person really nothing illegal, but selling is.

    When it comes right down to hackers, cracks & Leaks, I believe that Information should be 100% as long as it can’t be information that can cause harm to another person real life.

    So Question is can we Trust the U.S Goverment???

    Truth Goverment/LAW are all corrupt PIGS, they strip our rights away one by one like Obama who isn’t even from the U.S Sends Billions over to other countries for what, and makes so many mistakes. The Police who steal crack from other drug dealers and resell it, The Goverment hiding the truth of everything release lies to the public, and the Media. You can’t trust them,and that is a fact. I never trust the goverment 100% they hide stuff, and I hope that one day this is all different.

  6. IntLibber Brautigan

    Sep 30th, 2010

    That you CAN do something doesn’t make it legal, and certainly not ethical. Yes, you could film a movie in a theater with your cellphone, just as you could shoplift a candy bar. Crime isn’t defined by what you are unable to do, but by what you shouldn’t do. Encryption is like any lock and key: it is not intended, nor does it need to be, an absolute prevention against penetration unless the things it secures are effectively priceless or otherwise astronomical value.
    I can pick the lock to my own house, which means I can pick the lock to my neighbors homes. That doesn’t give me a right to whatever they have in their homes.
    The argument pirates make that copying a program doesn’t deprive someone else of use of the software is also bogus. By the same token, it should be legal for me to break into people’s homes when they are not there to make use of the bed, the toilet, etc since nobody else is using them at the time.

    As for government information: the governments own reports have concluded that most information that the government classifies is done so to prevent embarassment or hide corruption. However, for the most part, military information tends to NOT be in this category. The few exceptions, where war crimes are committed, tend to be well investigated by our own military justice system anyways. National defense is one of the very few things that our (US) government is constitutionally empowered to do, so IMHO defense functions should not have the lowest level of protection of its information. It’s the other agencies that are the bigger embarrassments with abusing security classification of information, particularly the FBI, ATF, DHS, DoE, etc. where agencies have established histories of abusing the rights of American citizens.

    As previously stated, though, I’d take WIkileaks and Assange more seriously if they cared at least as much about leaking information about repression and abuse in Russia, China and Iran as they are about leaking information from western governments that by all rights should be kept classified. That they fail so miserably in this score exposes that wikileaks is really an organization with bias and an agenda that is anti-freedom, even if it promotes the idea of information freedom.

    The Supreme Court ruled that our Constitution is not a suicide pact. Groups that seek to use our freedoms against us in order to destroy our principles of liberty in the long term should be recognised for what they are and not what they claim to be.

  7. James Freud

    Sep 30th, 2010

    Calm down everyone and get your minds out of the gutter….this was a really well informed interview that brought up some really good points. And Alyona has a really pretty face, that would look better smeared with my semen all over it.

  8. Pappy Enoch

    Sep 30th, 2010

    I reckons ol’ Freud done let his id (what am the hillbilly part of a human being person) run wild. But he am right on as usual.

    My mind ain’t in no gutter…the whole fat man am there as usual.

  9. Stuxnet

    Sep 30th, 2010

    Pappy is in the gutter to get a better view up Alyona’s skirt.

  10. Lum Lumley

    Sep 30th, 2010

    You guys do realize that RT (Russia Today) is a state propaganda organ of the Russian government, right?


    So the woman you’re drooling over is most likely an SVR agent. Enjoy!

  11. Stuxnet

    Sep 30th, 2010


    She can propaganda my organ anytime…

  12. Edna

    Sep 30th, 2010

    “So the woman you’re drooling over is most likely an SVR agent”

    No big deal. One broad I did once was a State Farm Insurance agent. Agents like to get it on just everyone else.

    F LeBron

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