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Comment: Share Your Life Lessons (Score 1) 698

Share anecdotes from your past where you learned a life lesson, especially where you made a mistake or bad choice and learned from it. That way it comes across as not so much a morality lecture and more the loving, caring advice you want to share. It provides context. It humanizes you. It makes a bigger impact on her. And it makes a connection from you to her that will endure as she lives her life and raises her children.

Comment: Do You Mean . . .? (Score 2) 431

by hduff (#48924669) Attached to: Justice Department: Default Encryption Has Created a 'Zone of Lawlessness'

Do you mean a zone of lawlessness where my Constitutional rights are violated in the name of "freedom"? Where law enforcement official engage in criminal acts to "protect" me? Where my privacy is illegally violated as a matter of policy?

No thank you, Oberführer Caldwell.

Yes, we will be going to OSI, Mars, and Pluto, but not necessarily in that order. -- Jeffrey Honig