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  1. #1
    Whispering wind Guest

    Operation Lockdown

    The joint U.S. Martian Military Command
    in Washington, D.C. America
    announced moments ago that the Earth
    is now being prepared for "Operation
    Specific details of the operation were not
    revealed; however, an anonymous
    spokesperson in Washington, D.C.
    in America was reported to have said
    that the end of the world as we have
    known it shall come to pass soon.
    Skeptics in the American Congress
    said they were not concerned because
    everything that is planned has been
    approved in advance by that Congress.
    Meanwhile, The Asian republic of
    publius has attacked Pearl Harbour
    in the Hawaiian Islands which is an
    American colony.
    A military commander reached at the
    Monarch pub on Waikiki Beach said
    he fears this recent attack on Hawaii
    will be the beginning of World War 3.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2005

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    Nothing like watching "Mars Attacks" with a little weed............

  3. #3
    Whispering wind Guest

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    Its true

    No internet links to this story were
    available at press time as the
    Full Moon ate our internet server.

  4. #4
    Whispering wind Guest

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    I've decided for every irrational thread I start, I'm gonna post something relevant and informative in it.


    Create an e-annoyance, go to jail

    Annoying someone via the Internet is now a federal crime.

    It's no joke. Last Thursday, President Bush signed into law a prohibition on posting annoying Web messages or sending annoying e-mail messages without disclosing your true identity.

    In other words, it's OK to flame someone on a mailing list or in a blog as long as you do it under your real name. Thank Congress for small favors, I guess.

    This ridiculous prohibition, which would likely imperil much of Usenet, is buried in the so-called Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act. Criminal penalties include stiff fines and two years in prison.

    "The use of the word 'annoy' is particularly problematic," says Marv Johnson, legislative counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union. "What's annoying to one person may not be annoying to someone else."

    Buried deep in the new law is Sec. 113, an innocuously titled bit called "Preventing Cyberstalking." It rewrites existing telephone harassment law to prohibit anyone from using the Internet "without disclosing his identity and with intent to annoy."

    To grease the rails for this idea, Sen. Arlen Specter, a Pennsylvania Republican, and the section's other sponsors slipped it into an unrelated, must-pass bill to fund the Department of Justice. The plan: to make it politically infeasible for politicians to oppose the measure.

    The tactic worked. The bill cleared the House of Representatives by voice vote, and the Senate unanimously approved it Dec. 16.

    There's an interesting side note. An earlier version that the House approved in September had radically different wording. It was reasonable by comparison, and criminalized only using an "interactive computer service" to cause someone "substantial emotional harm."

    That kind of prohibition might make sense. But why should merely annoying someone be illegal?

    There are perfectly legitimate reasons to set up a Web site or write something incendiary without telling everyone exactly who you are.

    Think about it: A woman fired by a manager who demanded sexual favors wants to blog about it without divulging her full name. An aspiring pundit hopes to set up the next Suck.com. A frustrated citizen wants to send e-mail describing corruption in local government without worrying about reprisals.

    In each of those three cases, someone's probably going to be annoyed. That's enough to make the action a crime. (The Justice Department won't file charges in every case, of course, but trusting prosecutorial discretion is hardly reassuring.)

    Clinton Fein, a San Francisco resident who runs the Annoy.com site, says a feature permitting visitors to send obnoxious and profane postcards through e-mail could be imperiled.

    "Who decides what's annoying? That's the ultimate question," Fein said. He added: "If you send an annoying message via the United States Post Office, do you have to reveal your identity?"

    Fein once sued to overturn part of the Communications Decency Act that outlawed transmitting indecent material "with intent to annoy." But the courts ruled the law applied only to obscene material, so Annoy.com didn't have to worry.

    "I'm certainly not going to close the site down," Fein said on Friday. "I would fight it on First Amendment grounds."

    He's right. Our esteemed politicians can't seem to grasp this simple point, but the First Amendment protects our right to write something that annoys someone else.

    It even shields our right to do it anonymously. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas defended this principle magnificently in a 1995 case involving an Ohio woman who was punished for distributing anonymous political pamphlets.

    If President Bush truly believed in the principle of limited government (it is in his official bio), he'd realize that the law he signed cannot be squared with the Constitution he swore to uphold.

    And then he'd repeat what President Clinton did a decade ago when he felt compelled to sign a massive telecommunications law. Clinton realized that the section of the law punishing abortion-related material on the Internet was unconstitutional, and he directed the Justice Department not to enforce it.

    Bush has the chance to show his respect for what he calls Americans' personal freedoms. Now we'll see if the president rises to the occasion.

    Anyway Fuk bush..

    Ok.... <_
    The Earth already is locked down.
    Thats why people have to work 8 hours
    a day and never get out of debt.

    speaking of debt the amount of presents kids get these days is mental, the parents must spend the next 6 months paying it off. Makes me think i might not of been as middle class as i thought........

    Speaking of irrational ??
    Whos d puppet government that fuks pver his people ?

    The way the current administration spends money is the antithesis of what they and their party supposedly stand for. Now Bush wants to send in more troops? If this congress doesn't do something to get this cowboy president under control--I don't know if the world can survive two more years of this bull****. It has been speculated that his policy may be to do whatever he wishes and then let the costs be handled under the next president. The idea is that the next administration is sure to be democratic, and that poor idiot will have to implement all kinds of unpopular policies to clean up the mess that this one is going to leave behind. To the dumbed-down American public, it will appear that it's all the fault of the Democrat in office. Most Americns do not realise that there is lag time in the effects that governmental policies have.

    Chances are that it will take us decades to recover from this idiots' criminal regime.

    Send me to jail and I still be laughing a Georgys fuking clown shoes...

    Come on bush you *****..

  5. #5
    Whispering wind Guest

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    I mean its just perceptive and satirical

    if any one dont like it I say "**** them in the ear with a big rubber dick"

    The leaders can stick it.
    Just like the banker can go fuk themselves.
    The world bankers that are loaning us this magical money do expect to get it back.
    Fuk em and don't pay them back.
    If 300,000,000 people all said no what would a core elite of bankers (Rothschild,
    Rockefeller, Morgan) do about it?

    If we all speak what we want, what can the nazis do this time ?

    If we 300,000 people said fuk off, what can they do ?

    jail 300,000,000 people, gimme a break. It is
    because people just LIE DOWN they get flattened

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Nov 2005

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    "The world bankers that are loaning us this magical money do expect to get it back."

    Why else would they loan money? If you want charity, go somewhere else.

  7. #7
    Fizban "The Fabulous" Guest

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusted
    "The world bankers that are loaning us this magical money do expect to get it back."

    Why else would they loan money? If you want charity, go somewhere else.
    Click the links sheep..


    Read it nice and S L O W.

    Or watch this Video, Freedom to Fascism


    Or Download it




    Money Myth Exploded

    the money master video also speaks of this type of usury

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Nov 2005

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    So. Socialism never worked.

  9. #9
    Join Date
    Oct 2006

    Re: Operation Lockdown

    Quote Originally Posted by Whispering wind
    I've decided for every irrational thread I start, I'm gonna post something relevant and informative in it.

    I've decided for every irrational thread you start, I'm gonna ignor anything relevant and informative you have to say. Some of us only have so much time to devote here. For the most part, I've enjoyed the dialogue that we've exchanged, you and I. But don't push it. :)
    The terminally stupid and certifiably insane.

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