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Bigus Dickus
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      02-19-2006
Fsukin' Hackers....
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11397722/

LRM, did you do this?
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11418191/

That's it...I'm applying to Yale
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11414223/

Ok, what's worse? That he's from TX? That he's running for Democratic State
Senate? OR....could it be that he used to be a manwhore???
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11407613/

Happy Varentines Day Honey...I got my nosre looka jus lika yours
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11330655/

You Aussies are fuhhhh...neee.
(My question is, did they not know the New Millenium was still a year away?)
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11328466/

Alright, found it, this is the whole reason I started this post. The others
were just for fun.
What do ya think about this? This couldn't be our future, could it? I mean,
I guess it would be ok, but it could be bad at the same time.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11331144/


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LRM
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      02-19-2006
"Bigus Dickus" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>
> LRM, did you do this?
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11418191/


I claim no responsibility for the bungled bean business.

>
> Alright, found it, this is the whole reason I started this post. The
> others were just for fun.
> What do ya think about this? This couldn't be our future, could it? I
> mean, I guess it would be ok, but it could be bad at the same time.
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11331144/
>
>

Too bad we can't put chips in our kids. My dogs have them. Yeah, yeah, I
know we don't want big brother watching our every move, but there are times
when we want big brother to know where we are. Like when we are buried under
a pile of rubble after a disaster. There I said it. What's the big deal
anyway, it isn't like we aren't being watched now. We just aren't being
watched when we need it. Like a child who is abducted, wouldn't it be great
if there was some way to find out where the child is before they have
expired at the hands of some freak? Of course this means we need to devices
that aren't just passive. Ok, all those on the far left feel free to step in
and wax political. For those on the far right, can you ask the almighty why
we weren't born with the ability to track our young without the aid of
technology?

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Bigus Dickus
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      02-19-2006

"LRM" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> "Bigus Dickus" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>>
>> LRM, did you do this?
>> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11418191/

>
> I claim no responsibility for the bungled bean business.
>

You think maybe it's another one of those Wendy's "Finger in the chili
incidents"?

[snip]

> Too bad we can't put chips in our kids. My dogs have them. Yeah, yeah, I
> know we don't want big brother watching our every move, but there are
> times when we want big brother to know where we are. Like when we are
> buried under a pile of rubble after a disaster. There I said it. What's
> the big deal anyway, it isn't like we aren't being watched now. We just
> aren't being watched when we need it. Like a child who is abducted,
> wouldn't it be great if there was some way to find out where the child is
> before they have expired at the hands of some freak? Of course this means
> we need to devices that aren't just passive. Ok, all those on the far left
> feel free to step in and wax political. For those on the far right, can
> you ask the almighty why we weren't born with the ability to track our
> young without the aid of technology?
>



Can I get an AMEN from ya brothas and sistas....

Hard to go either way. There are always bad and good points to this
argument (as there are with everything else). But which weighs heavier on my
mind? The good points! Prevention! That is the key. LRM, you are 100%
correct, we only want BB watching when it is convenient for *us*. People
are so fsuking terrified that if BB catches then masturbating in their
office cubicle (BTW, I want my stapler back) or talking to your mistress on
the phone while your wife is in the other room, that it's the end of the
world and BB is out to get them. Point being people.... BB does **NOT**
care about you or your lifestyle *unless* you are doing something to
jeopardize the security of the nation. And I do believe that fall true for
just about any nation.

Obviously there are many more uses (as LRM has pointed out) that BB, or
Little Brother (state and local agencies), can help with. And these are the
uses that could possibly save many lives in the future.

Lefties, righties, innies, outies....everyone has their own opinion. Please
take this as such. I may be speaking for myself here, but I'm not out to
push my beliefs off onto anyone else.

--
Bigus Dickus

--"My parents used to beat the sh!t out of me. And, looking back on it, I'm
glad they
did. I'm looking forward to beating the sh!t out of my own kids, for no
reason
whatsoever."

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Rowdy Yates
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      02-20-2006
ho.. i see you are an msnbc affiliate as well. are you getting $0.001 or
$0.0001 per click?

Bigus Dickus wrote:
> Fsukin' Hackers....
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11397722/
>
> LRM, did you do this?
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11418191/
>
> That's it...I'm applying to Yale
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11414223/
>
> Ok, what's worse? That he's from TX? That he's running for Democratic State
> Senate? OR....could it be that he used to be a manwhore???
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11407613/
>
> Happy Varentines Day Honey...I got my nosre looka jus lika yours
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11330655/
>
> You Aussies are fuhhhh...neee.
> (My question is, did they not know the New Millenium was still a year away?)
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11328466/
>
> Alright, found it, this is the whole reason I started this post. The others
> were just for fun.
> What do ya think about this? This couldn't be our future, could it? I mean,
> I guess it would be ok, but it could be bad at the same time.
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11331144/
>
>


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http://www.mcngp.com/
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Psychometrically Validated
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      02-20-2006

"LRM" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> "Bigus Dickus" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>>
>> LRM, did you do this?
>> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11418191/

>
> I claim no responsibility for the bungled bean business.
>
>>
>> Alright, found it, this is the whole reason I started this post. The
>> others were just for fun.
>> What do ya think about this? This couldn't be our future, could it? I
>> mean, I guess it would be ok, but it could be bad at the same time.
>> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11331144/
>>
>>

> Too bad we can't put chips in our kids. My dogs have them. Yeah, yeah, I
> know we don't want big brother watching our every move, but there are
> times when we want big brother to know where we are. Like when we are
> buried under a pile of rubble after a disaster. There I said it. What's
> the big deal anyway, it isn't like we aren't being watched now. We just
> aren't being watched when we need it. Like a child who is abducted,
> wouldn't it be great if there was some way to find out where the child is
> before they have expired at the hands of some freak? Of course this means
> we need to devices that aren't just passive. Ok, all those on the far left
> feel free to step in and wax political. For those on the far right, can
> you ask the almighty why we weren't born with the ability to track our
> young without the aid of technology?


I agree, sort of. Here's the acceptable situations for microchipping people:

We need microchips in women, to make them obedient, thrifty, and to make
them complain less. [I vote for the shocking remote control they invented to
make dogs shut up, with some sort of female viagra injecting device, and
valium to make them sedate]. I think they made a movie about this. In fact,
I know they made a movie about this, and a remake of the movie, but it
wasn't just microchips.

We need microchips in rich people, to make them spend more, so there can be
more jobs, and more rich people.

We need microchips in children, so they get diseases and die faster, so
there can be more rich people.

We need microchips in criminals, so they can work for the government, and
tax all of the rich people.

We need microchips in Neil, to make Neil... [the group can contribute what
sort of control we need over Neil]

We need microchips that project holograms in 3 dimensions of Eric Estrada,
and they should be injested by eating potato chips, so we can have
microchips in potatochips that project the guy from CHiPs.

But no microchips in me, or anyone I decide. THAT... would be wrong.

Microcephalic S. Bob
All The Weird Around The World
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Bigus Dickus
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      02-20-2006

"Rowdy Yates" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> ho.. i see you are an msnbc affiliate as well. are you getting $0.001 or
> $0.0001 per click?
>


you're kidding right!

people get that much?

damnit....they told me $0.0000000001 per click.

those fscks!

I'm protesting!

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Bigus Dickus
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      02-20-2006
> I agree, sort of. Here's the acceptable situations for microchipping people:
>
> We need microchips in women, to make them obedient, thrifty, and to make
> them complain less. [I vote for the shocking remote control they invented to
> make dogs shut up, with some sort of female viagra injecting device, and
> valium to make them sedate]. I think they made a movie about this. In fact,
> I know they made a movie about this, and a remake of the movie, but it
> wasn't just microchips.
>
> We need microchips in rich people, to make them spend more, so there can be
> more jobs, and more rich people.
>
> We need microchips in children, so they get diseases and die faster, so
> there can be more rich people.
>
> We need microchips in criminals, so they can work for the government, and
> tax all of the rich people.
>
> We need microchips in Neil, to make Neil... [the group can contribute what
> sort of control we need over Neil]
>
> We need microchips that project holograms in 3 dimensions of Eric Estrada,
> and they should be injested by eating potato chips, so we can have
> microchips in potatochips that project the guy from CHiPs.
>
> But no microchips in me, or anyone I decide. THAT... would be wrong.
>
> Microcephalic S. Bob
> All The Weird Around The World
> http://dailyapocalypse.co.nr/
>



You, Bob, have got a twisted mind! Kinda reminds me of ...well....me.

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LRM
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      02-20-2006
"Psychometrically Validated" <http://www.planetoftheheads.com/> wrote in
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>
>
> I agree, sort of. Here's the acceptable situations for microchipping
> people:
>
> We need microchips in women, to make them obedient, thrifty, and to make
> them complain less. [I vote for the shocking remote control they invented
> to make dogs shut up, with some sort of female viagra injecting device,
> and valium to make them sedate]. I think they made a movie about this. In
> fact, I know they made a movie about this, and a remake of the movie, but
> it wasn't just microchips.
>
> We need microchips in rich people, to make them spend more, so there can
> be more jobs, and more rich people.
>
> We need microchips in children, so they get diseases and die faster, so
> there can be more rich people.
>
> We need microchips in criminals, so they can work for the government, and
> tax all of the rich people.
>
> We need microchips in Neil, to make Neil... [the group can contribute what
> sort of control we need over Neil]
>
> We need microchips that project holograms in 3 dimensions of Eric Estrada,
> and they should be injested by eating potato chips, so we can have
> microchips in potatochips that project the guy from CHiPs.
>
> But no microchips in me, or anyone I decide. THAT... would be wrong.
>
> Microcephalic S. Bob
> All The Weird Around The World
> http://dailyapocalypse.co.nr/
>
>

Brilliant as always Bob, completely wrong (well aside from the Neil thing),
but brilliant nonetheless.


 
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Neil
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      02-20-2006
did you hear "Psychometrically Validated"
<http://www.planetoftheheads.com/> say in
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> We need microchips in Neil, to make Neil... [the group can contribute
> what sort of control we need over Neil]


I would only relinquish control to LRM...

*shudder of anticipation*

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      02-20-2006
>> We need microchips that project holograms in 3 dimensions of Eric
>> Estrada, and they should be injested by eating potato chips, so we can
>> have microchips in potatochips that project the guy from CHiPs.
>>
>> But no microchips in me, or anyone I decide. THAT... would be wrong.
>>


"LRM" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote
>>
>>

> Brilliant as always Bob, completely wrong (well aside from the Neil
> thing), but brilliant nonetheless.


We need microchips in people who tell me I'm wrong... Any time people try to
tell me I'm wrong, they will be forced to talk about Eric Estrada, visit
websites about Men Who Look Like Eric Estrada, buy 2 dozen inflatable Eric
Estradas, and eat at Eric's new mexican restaraunt, the Estradasphere, where
they can get a tostada and an enchilada that look, and taste, like Eric
Estrada.

>> Microcephalic S. Bob
>> All The Weird Around The World
>> http://dailyapocalypse.co.nr/



 
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