[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: PGP in the US (Re: formal documents)



On Mon, Oct 05, 1998 at 09:57:24AM -0500, john@dhh.gt.org wrote:
> I had to deal with this idiocy back in the eighties when I was building
> computers which may have qualified as 'munitions'.

And remember that books are the purest form of evil and should always be
burned if they have not been published by the gornenment.

The current edition of the dictionary is much smaller than the last edition,
and the edition they're working on will be smaller yet.

You already know what happens in room 101.

We have always been at war with Oceanna.

Newscasters never lie and television is the purest form of entertainment.

Place all of your trust in those in power.  Certainly they could not have
gotten there without being honest, hard working, good people could they?  No
of course not, don't be silly, the public would reject a corrupt leader.

And remember to be home by 6:30pm, only criminals are out later than that
and the hard curfew is 7pm after all.  Anyone found outside after curfew is
obviously a criminal and quite probably a traitor.

They want to know where have you been?  No, it's all right, they know where
you've been.


(Does it sound like I think these export policies are idiotic at the least
and the sign of darker motives clad in the name of Safety and Security at
worst?  I thought so.)

Attachment: pgp1Ie8lTmidS.pgp
Description: PGP signature


Reply to: