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Comment: Re:You sir, are a fascist ! (Score 1) 92

by MobSwatter (#47758603) Attached to: Early Bitcoin User Interviewed By Federal Officers

It is apparently illegal to avoid bank fees or undermine the power of the banks now or you will be targeted for "questions". Me thinks they are getting worried because there are a couple of innovative crypto currencies that are now being backed with something other than hot air like our corrupt bank peddled, fiat paper dollars... There is one that is promising to back their currency with precious metals and is based outside the USA's reach, others are offering to back it with livestock manure. Banks are getting worried because this will ultimately feature wise, out perform their paper, and with uber lower fees.

Comment: Re: not again! (Score 1) 162

by MobSwatter (#47620679) Attached to: US Intelligence Wants Tools To Tell: Who's the Smartest of Them All?

Smart ones? I think either those that are smart or have any foresight are the ones building an exit strategy to live in a country that has half a chance at democracy. But those would likely be off the list of being hired so looks like such a fishing expedition will likely be fruitless for them, but hey it's just another stab at tax payer money. Other side of the coin would be the smart ones might be dangerous, but only half as dangerous and the honest and smart ones.

Comment: Re:airports are reduced rights zones after 9/11 (Score 1) 928

So you are saying that airports are not US soil?

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