frauenfelder — 2013-07-21T17:08:49-04:00 — #1
rattypilgrim — 2013-07-21T21:19:03-04:00 — #2
This sure puts "the Founding Fathers wanted to create a Christian nation" meme to rest.
loubrothers — 2013-07-21T22:07:21-04:00 — #3
Mind your business has two meanings: Keep your nose out of my personal items; and Tend to your occupation. I wonder which one BF meant.
bradgall — 2013-07-21T23:17:49-04:00 — #4
msbpodcast1 — 2013-07-22T00:32:26-04:00 — #5
To begin with, I LOATHE this lousy non-intuitive posting system, full of flash and drang (and kiss-my-asteriskses) signifying nothing. (I can get used to it however. I can get used to anything. But your cavalier treatment of my prior password is a transgression I will not recover from so easily. I put a lot of work into crafting mnemonics and I do not like it when some stupid system disregard them. I will probably be emailing you time and again because of YOUR failure. [Hey, I didn't write this piece of crap so its not MY problem.])
Next, I think that, Ben Franklin be damned, I have no objection to a surveillance society (we used to live under the same restrictions when my grand-father was alive,) BUT, and this is a HEAVY but, no-one is to be considered exempt or to consider himself (or herself) exempt from constant surveillance.
There is no easy out for a politician. If you can know my inseam, I insist on reciprocity.
If anyone is allowed to construct a social graph for me, I must be able to construct a social graph for anyone.
If my emails are being stored and possibly read, so must every politician's emails be stored and read.
rattypilgrim — 2013-07-22T01:24:54-04:00 — #6
Every politician's emails must be stored and read? Yeah, right.
frauenfelder — 2013-07-26T17:09:02-04:00 — #9
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