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Comment Re:We cannot tame the world nor should we (Score 1) 502

There is a bit of hypocrisy in this story. I've read many comments that say "I can do whatever I want online but you can't do anything to me". Would you hop into a car with a stranger? Would you give out personal information to someone you just met at a bar (no matter how charming the person is)?

The beauty of the internet is it's freedom but like in nature, the wild jungle is host to predators and prey. You can't have a "safe" internet and a "free" internet. You need to be careful in the virtual world too.


Comment Bias (Score 1) 939

So he funds a survey of economists who are mostly registered Democrats and then subtly criticizes the validity of the study because (presumably) they favor the candidate who (in his opinion) will tax the bejeezus out of his wallet and who happens to be a democrat.

Is this a joke or what?

"I've seen the forgeries I've sent out." -- John F. Haugh II (jfh@rpp386.Dallas.TX.US), about forging net news articles