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your argument is null and void.
Anyone who makes this kind of assertion is, at heart, a fascist. So, zeig heil and welcome to the club!
Is the US government out of control and operating outside the bounds of the Constitution?
Thankfully, our President was formerly a professor who lectured on Constitutional law. I'm sure he's going to sort this one out for us ASAP.
Obama is an appeaser in the Neville Chamberlain mold.
There's an important distinction: Chamberlain loved his country. Obama loves the world.
I hate what Muslims have done to the airport/airplane experience. So much so that I am on personal boycott of all Muslims (unless forced to for work). I know it won't do anything but I do it on principle.
I have a pretty standard setup for generating experimental data in my work. Whenever I run an experiment (which are usually simulations), I have a wrapper script that generates a random (meaningless) subdirectory name, copies my simulation binary and configuration to that directory (so I can reproduce the results later in case either my simulator code or its configuration changes), and prompts me to enter a description of what it is I'm simulating, and asks me to provide some keyword tags. The only way I can find the data afterward is to search the description files from the last step, because the data is otherwise just in a randomly-named directory.
Of course, this scheme depends on you doing a decent job of describing your data and providing keywords, but I don't think you can get around that with any technique. At some point you have to inject some human labeling/categorization. Directories and symlinks are just a pretty restrictive way of organizing things.