||No need to jump to conclusions, especially not such insulting ones. I understand your feelings towards hackers, so I know why you are so hostile, but I am not a hacker myself, and have no desire to be known as one.
I debate none of the basic facts about hackers; however, I disagree with your accusations that I am a hacker, that I browse hacker web sites, and that I use a hacker browser. I stand by my claim that a friend of mine once attempted to join that underculture, but got over it and broke free. Being friends, he shared with me some of the more amusing things he learned during this time, and we both share a laugh about it sometimes. That's pretty far from taking it seriously, let alone agreeing with it.
In short, I'm just as hostile towrds hackers as you are, so there's no need to go jumping to conclusions. While it's true that a friend once qualified as a hacker, seeing what he went through and hearing some of the things they did only strengthened my resolve to stand against the hackers.
(Besides, the simple fact that I know how to form paragraphs should be a big clue that I am not a hacker.)
As a child I wanted to know everything. Now I miss my ignorance.