> In lieu of reply, how's about:
> .....: ) -b
Heh, what a way to respond. I am with you 100%. It is well within
your right to document, record and store any and all info posted by
anyone that would piss away the time hitting your/my webpage, and/or
leave any sort of documentation/email. I guess I am with Leno though
with regards to the government getting all the best porn sites just
because they ask for them, leaving the rest of us to search endless
hours for the best porn sites. Should Google flip on us, and they
surely will (the threat of Gitmo is not really a joking matter), I
say they give all of us the "list", in the best interest of
disclosure, what the hell.
If I worked for Google right now I
would post the fucking file to all my sites and special email to
O'reilly. Of course, I would not work for Google after that for
sure, but I would still do it.
W can tap my phone at will—on the
same day that I can tap his own. No harm no foul, no evil intent, no
preconceived notions of guilt. Him and I will just listen to every
word that each of us has to say, from now until we claim republican
Alzheimer's, which can't be too far away at this juncture, now can
It is after all MY government
isn't it? If it is my government, then I have the right to hear each
and every word of it.
I would accept a certain amount of delay in it, we
were soldiers after all, we do understand operational security, or
lack thereof from what I have seen, the importance of it can't be
if you were a CIA operative, so outing you would
possibly cause you to be detained and the US having to deny any
knowledge of you. That would be a perfect case of something I would
not need to know right away in real-time. That's something that
could be disclosed later. Even a stupid soldier can understand what
treason is. They taught us what we needed to know, so even the
stupid soldier knows the payment due for treason.
On a lighter note, we did call
payment due for that ringleader of the Abu Gharib scandal, the one
that had all of 3 years service in the machine...the ladder
of the law has no top and no bottom.
Even still, the wiretap saga is in full swing, and ...what?...hold
up...wait. We have a sound bite from ...from Bin Laden..how nice,
what perfect timing. Guess what kids, Bin (protected) Laden is
touting violence...heh. Perfect justification for continued
wiretaps? ...and we found Sadamn just before......
Of course, W would draw exception to me tapping his phone though
wouldn't he? Or reading his email, or lightly tapping his systems
just to take a look see. Pretty much anything that my government can
do to spy on you is illegal for me/you to do, but they have to hire
you/me to do it for them, in which case it becomes legal for me/you
to do it.
For all the bug/hack/virus writing
kiddies in the world, your commander in chief (who is really not the
commander in chief of us, we are civilians) has given us the okay,
the beatings we surely will get, and the beatings will continue
until morale improves.
I am not a big fan of history,
except as it pertains to geography (hard to separate for some,
history/geography), but I love maps and stuff, revolution is not
unheard of from the maps I see of this region, it would just be a
matter of history now.....:)
Post that Dick. -j