What is next?

Posted by on Oct 23, 2009 in Uncategorized

Another example of how your rights to privacy are continuing to be distorted by those who protect your right to own and use semi-automatic weapons. …gotta love our constitutional interpretations.



  1. globatron
    October 23, 2009

    I’m sorry but maybe because I work in the web design this doesn’t scare me much. Every person can do this themselves but on a very basic level.

    If you put it out there be proud of it? I stand by every comment/post/tweet I’ve done to date. If something negative comes of that then so be it.

    What I don’t think we need to be is scared to share our thoughts online.

    I have read some extreme near hate speech on YouTube comments and on FoxNews.com. The type of comments that are racist and honestly I think should be moderated off if not tracked.

    The internet is the Wild Wild West. If folks are scared of it then they should just totally unplug and write in their diary. That is if people still know how to write. I know my writing skills have gotten terrible since the internet revolution. I as fast as I can think now though.

    I hope the CIA comments. I’d love to ask them a few questions. I seriously doubt I’d get an answer though.

  2. Akbar Lightning
    October 23, 2009

    i’m not sure i have a problem with intelligence agencies utilizing public information, as it is public.

    but i do think it is scary, and not surprising, that they have money to channel into specific investment strategies, that affect that public domain.

    a lot of speculation surrounds the abstract expressionist movement concerning government support for art that had no political meaning, for the purpose of extracting political concern out of the artistic community, and it seems to have worked.

    observation is not the real problem, but we ought to all be hyper aware of it, because it is as the result of observation that oppressive action eventually takes place.

    great post meteos, keep em coming…



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