The Future End of Classic Computing

From: Doc <>
Date: Sat Mar 30 14:13:21 2002

On 30 Mar 2002, R. D. Davis wrote:

> Quothe Doc, from writings of Fri, Mar 29, 2002 at 09:12:23PM -0600:
> > If we don't all voice our opinions and share our *rational*,
> > *educated* viewpoint with these people, this bill could very well become
> > law. WRITE your representatives. EMAIL them. CALL them. Be nice. Be
> > reasonable. State your qualifications as well as your concerns. Speak
> > as an ally, not an enemy. BUT SPEAK!!!!
> Thomas Jefferson had a better idea about how to "communicate" with
> unreasonable politicians, who have no respect for their constituents,
> and it didn't involve being nice to the elected tax-hungry destroyers
> of liberty and freedom. Of course, this is something that Americans
> aren't supposed to think about, which is why the spooks are given more
> and more funding to watch over us.

  I wholly agree. But we're talking short-term at the moment.

> ...and, let's get that UUCP network ready just in case all this idiocy
> does become law, and stockpile more computers so that none of us will be
> dependent upon having to use any of the new mandated computers with
> the copy-protection rubbish built in.

   ***Mr. Davis demonstrates that this thread IS on-topic**


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