From: Judy Seigel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 09/18/02-05:26:22 PM Z
On Tue, 17 Sep 2002 Argon3@aol.com wrote:
> I suppose that it might not occur to the Brain Police that a "spy" wouldn't
> make himself conspicuous by setting up a 4X5 on a tripod and going through
> all of the necessary camera adjustments...he'd just pull out a
> point-and-shoot and pop off a few frames.
Talk about straining at a gnat & swallowing a camel. There was an
editorial column in yesterday's Times about the books readily available
about how to maker sarin, nerve gas, anthrax, other forms of bio terror,
and various explosives ... not quite professional level but definitely
getting there, and evidently protected as "free speech" -- or whatever.
So the little pictures of the Triboro Bridge are forbidden, go directly to
jail. Ye gods, is there an apparachik with an IQ above room temperature?
> Even before this there has been a trend for some of the building owners to
> try to declare the building "intellectual property" and limit the use of its
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