[funsec] Re: If I were King - was: University of South Carolina
knobdy at gmail.com
Fri Apr 21 13:18:37 CDT 2006
On 4/21/06, Drsolly <drsollyp at drsolly.com> wrote:
> > LOL, no silly, my wife's COMPANY filters her e-mails.
> So why doesn't she use an email system that doesn't filter? Because she
> doesn't care about her loss of freedom.
That's funny too - does a company in your country not have the power
to protect its investments? Do companies in your country actually
allow you to bring in your own mail server and set it up on their
Are you just not figuring out that I was referring to sending e-mails
to her work address which would then, obviously, go through her
company's e-mail server and the power of the company - and the rights
of its share holders - includes e-mail and network security? (hey,
we're on topic finally!)
> > > Making Iraq the 51st state of the USA, huh? That's probably the worst
> > > possible foreign policy you could have - even worse than the policy that
> > > led to Vietnam.
> > Which was what?
> Support a corrupt unpopular regime against the wishes of the majority of
> the country.
Oh, so you missed it. We were practicing communist containment - same
as in Korea. You weren't here so I shouldn't have expected you to know
but then again you do keep bringing it up....
> The idea that ONE MAN single handedly caused WW2 is so absurd, it's hard
> not to laugh. Hitler was the leader, but he was *voted* into power by the
> German people, who wanted what he offered them.
Yeah, a socialist agenda with the addition of racism and hate of
immigrants. And that one man did pretty much start the war - it was he
that sought out Japan (creating a fantabulous story of their heritage
so that it could be squared with the propaganda). When he invaded
Poland Churchill wanted to immediately react, if he would have been
listened to then, at that moment, WWII would have never happened.
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