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Comment Re:Well Duh (Score 1) 295

Also kinda ironic attacking people's freedom to do business with who they want in the name of protecting free speech.

Also ironic that stopping people's ability to hinder that business could be considered protecting free speech... It goes both ways, really.

I personally don't think free speech has anything to do with it. Supporting Wikileaks does not necessarily mean that you banner behind the motto "Free speech". If thats what the 15 year olds were shouting, well, all the power to them.

Comment Re:All Religions are like that (Score 1) 640

I put no stock in religion. By the word religion I have seen the lunacy of fanatics of every denomination be called the will of god. I have seen too much religion in the eyes of too many murderers. Holiness is in right action, and courage on behalf of those who cannot defend themselves, and goodness. What god desires is here [points to head] and here [points to heart] and what you decide to do every day, you will be a good man - or not.

I can't say it better, so I won't even try.

Comment Re:Its really (Score 1) 760

I don't think that what you're describing is so easy.

It would be far easier if Wikileaks was in on it, not that I'm suggesting something like that, but they're in a position where they could almost fabricate any kind of information they'd want and how many people would bother checking the source if wikileaks "verifies" it?

Comment Re:Lessons learned: None (Score 1) 288

The idea is that they expect it only to sell well in the States.

The states believe that no one in the states will be capable of cracking it within the 3 days to put up for the rest of the world, as opposed to the entire world having the chance to crack it before everyone in the states buys it.

Marketting 201.

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