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#1 paracord

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 10:28 AM

Read this fuckin story link

Yeah this might seem like small stuff now but how long will it be before your put in jail for speaking out against the president? This kid wasn't a threat, It was a fucking SHIRT.


There are more than 800 students at Bellbrook High School and the Assistant Principal says they're all good kids, but he's especially proud of two of them.

They tell us we're all responsible for homeland security, and they did what they're supposed to do and we're very proud of them for taking the stance that they did.


Mainstream "america" is brainwashed beyond belief.

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 10:54 AM

Oh my god. Fucking w0w. Brainwashed is right paracord. They actually think this was a GOOD thing. The two kids who turned this one in are probably gonna get a medal...

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 11:44 AM

first of all, he has the right to wear the shirt if he wants. Getting in trouble is ridiculous. No doubt about that. The story I list below was more dangerous because Jeb Bush was present at the time! Luckily, the person was treated better.

I saw this same shirt on a college student here at the university. Governer Jeb Bush of Florida was here for a dedication of a medical research building. Students excercised their right to protest, which I wholeheartedly support. One of them was wearing the exact same shirt.

Regardless on your political views, I think you have to be ashamed for this:

After his protest (screaming loudly "Bush is for sale" and other comments) he was asked to leave the immediate area (not arrested, attacked, shoved or anything like that, just escorted...). As soon as the speech was over, this HYPOCRITE comes back up to the presentation area and has the audacity to eat the free food and drinks that were provided.

It was a funny move, but he lost all credibility in my eyes. I guess he will only stand up and speak his mind until he can easily change his mind with something as simple as a finger sandwich. A true definition of a "sellout", but with a surprisingly low price.

#4 paracord

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 01:27 PM

Yeah that's pretty lame, but free food is free food :P

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 02:46 PM

Yeah that's pretty lame, but free food is free food  :P

true...true... B) I am always up for a free cookie or whatever, but not at the cost of my integrity.

#6 holy_handgrenade

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 03:53 PM

Brainwashed? How did you think the government thought of the failed TIPS program?

This is truly a sad day, when SS troopers are storming highschools looking for propaganda. Oh wait, I mean Secret Service Agents....yeah, that's what I meant.

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 06:17 PM

Jeez, somebody should like do something about this shit, I mean that's first amentdment (I used to get f's in spelling) shit right there, this is SCARY and it makes me mad :grr: :grr: :grr: corporate bastards are the devil :ranaway: :ranaway: :ranaway:

#8 paracord

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 07:50 PM

Jeez, somebody should like do something about this shit

Yeah, but what?

Seems that all we can do is get the word out and hope the rest of the country starts to see where this is all heading. But it's tough, i've tried to discuss these kind of issues and stories with family members and others of the general populous before but like i said there's a lot of preconditioned responses and views that have been set in since childhood.
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#9 StankDawg

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Posted 12 December 2002 - 09:23 PM

my attitude is that it is very difficult to make large changes like that as an individual. I prefer to sit back, stay calm, and keep forging ahead in the RIGHT direction and hope that enough people accompany me on my journey.

Not many people will listen to one individual hacker, but perhaps a community of computer enthusiasts will carry some weight.

#10 zerodata

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Posted 13 December 2002 - 08:58 PM

What can you do use your ote spread the word and hope you can elect a goverment that won't try to fuck you every which way


Saying that who the fuck would you vote for ? ? ?

Is their anyone worth your vote ? ?

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Posted 13 December 2002 - 11:57 PM

We should elect a hacker for president! Bet 'ya some Freedom to Privacy stuff'd be solved pretty quick then ... The slogan could be something like "31_3(7 31_337 - Vote [Name]!".

I can always dream, anyway . . .

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#12 holy_handgrenade

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Posted 16 December 2002 - 03:57 AM

Hehe, I'd like to see the foreign policy of the hacker president. "Ph33r m3!"

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Posted 16 December 2002 - 04:49 AM

Jesus Christ! This is unbelievable. I really think that someone should take a stand and say somethin' 'bout this. Yeah, a hacker president would be great. Maybe then the Palladium project would be considered a threat to National Security and it would be terminated. BTW what are your opinions on the whole TCPA/Palladium deal?

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Posted 16 December 2002 - 07:38 PM

All this TCPA/Palladium shit scares me. I found an article that explains the whole deal. This has got to be one of the next major things to be under attack by hackers and probably people who advocate free speech and rights and all that shit, and there's probably gonna be too much opposition from around the world for this thing to actually go into mass production ( unless the poor brainwashed masses actually start believing this is for their own good :lol: ) The sad thing here is that there probably are people who already beleive this is good. It's these people that are gonna make it hard to fight TCPA/Palladium because all the companies and government officials that are behond all of this only have to sit back and watch as their brainwashed servants fight for what they think is good for US. Nobody can tell me what's better for ME!!! :yoink:
http://www.cl.cam.ac...4/tcpa-faq.html

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Posted 16 December 2002 - 08:00 PM

Here's a guy that WAS put in jail, not for a t-shirt but for a private conversation overheard by a bartender.

"I said God might speak to the world through a burning Bush... . I had said that before and I thought it was funny." Humphreys testified.
http://www.freedomfo...ocumentID=16929

Richard Humphreys was arrested and indicted on a federal charge of threatening to kill or harm the president. The charge carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

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Posted 16 December 2002 - 08:48 PM

I just dug up a cuple 'o' mo sites bout TCPA/Palladium for ppl 2 check out...

http://neworder.box....php?newsid=6261

http://www.interesti.....msg00072.html

http://www.microsoft...01palladium.asp
This last one is an interview with "John Manferdelli, General Manager, Microsoft "Palladium" Business Unit"...goddam corporate bitch :ranaway: :ranaway: :ranaway:

#17 paracord

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Posted 16 December 2002 - 08:51 PM

goddam corporate bitch  :ranaway:  :ranaway:  :ranaway:

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Posted 16 December 2002 - 11:05 PM

Holy shit that TCPA/Palladium is just plain wrong!! :angry: :pissed:




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