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Comment Re:Using TOR? (Score 0) 390

Just as long as you understand that if I caught you in the act, or even found out later who you were, I could shoot you in the face with impunity.

Whoever appeals to the law against his fellow man is either a fool or a coward. Whoever can not take care of himself without that law is both.

Comment Re:Using TOR? (Score 0) 390

Because words have been completely ineffective in trying to do anything with regards to this country's corporate and governmental douchebaggery.

Nobody said murdered. "Murder" means malice. "Executed" means that it's justified retribution. Learn the difference. Or are you one of these people that also say that eating meat is murder?

I'm sorry if YOU do not justify it, but I do, and there seems to be a lot of others out there that justify it as well.

Comment Re:Using TOR? (Score -1) 390

Do you want to know who's stupid, YOU are stupid, or at the very least naive.

Take a look at the world around you, dude. Desperate times calls for desperate measures.

To be honest with you, I would love to see some thugs go after the CEOs of all of the companies who are trying to silence Wikileaks. I wouldn't lose a minute's worth of sleep to see these people publicly executed by angry mobs.

Comment Re:Using TOR? (Score 0, Troll) 390

"These entities have a right to conduct their business however they want without undue criminal interference."

You're wrong.

They have the right do conduct their business however they want. But they also have to accept the negative consequences of their lousy business decisions.

I for one, want to see some financial damage to these companies, and if a few of them goes bankrupt, even better.

Sorry if you work for one of them and risk losing your job if this happens. Too bad, Captain. Maybe you should've picked somebody more ethical to work for.

Comment Re:Consequences? (Score 0) 123

I've already had a vendor (a telco hotel owner that shall go unnamed) that tried to indirectly get me fired due to my public criticism of them on Twitter.

I say indirectly because after my tweets got their attention and got some VPs involved, they then pulled the "Hey I don't think we're charging you for as much space as what you're actually using. We wouldn't have noticed this but since your employee has been talking trash about us on twitter we're going to start charging you more."

Unfortunately for them, it didn't work.

"Don't tell me I'm burning the candle at both ends -- tell me where to get more wax!!"