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Re: [Computerbank] The real 2000 bug/virus
On Sun, 9 Feb 2003, Greg White wrote:
> Romana wrote:
> > gee, i thought it was all the aliens at work - does this mean i can
> > remove my tinfoil headwear now? or will the cia still monitor my thoughts?
> Hey, the tinfoil is not obsolete, it may protect you or your computer, from
> spatially deployed scalar weapons, like a microwave pulse cannon. ;-)
> The Swedish, have not admitted to all their weapons, lets have a war with
> them! It's lucky we have such good honest politicians to protects us from
> these obviouse threats to Australia, isnt it. Why, war could even make the
> insurance companys healthy again. Why they may even be able to make payouts
> to our own citizens that have been deliberately hurt outside of the law by
> our own government. Or they may even make honest payouts to all the Bush
> fire victims.
Most persuasive, persuade or be pesuaded. You have my full support as a
Martian imigrant. Martians of the world unite in this most holy & noble
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