Talking 'bout shakin & quakin

From: R. D. Davis <>
Date: Sat Jun 9 13:01:48 2001

On Sat, 9 Jun 2001, Peter Joules wrote:
> Yes, I wouldn't put it past the UK government, either that or they would make
> it illegal to go out in it in case someone got hurt and then say that the
> legislation was needed because of the popular demand for it.

It's surprising that our ever so intelligent (or so they believe)
politicians (grinning jackasses) have not passed laws here declaring
it illegal to be outdoors during a thunderstorm or when one is
approaching; after all, they are always trying to protect (or so they
say, although we know that, for the most part, they're a bunch of
interfering busybodies who despise such concepts as liberty and
freedom) us (actually, they want to protect business interests who
helped them get elected, those that they owe a favor to, who stand to
gain financially in some way from further laws imposed upon us).

Copyright (C) 2001 R. D. Davis The difference between humans & other animals: 
All Rights Reserved            an unnatural belief that we're above Nature & 410-744-4900 her other creatures, using dogma to justify such       beliefs and to justify much human cruelty.
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