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NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 07:24:09 -0600
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Fields)
Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks
Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 13:26:35 GMT
Organization: Austin Instruments, Inc.
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On Tue, 7 Jan 2003 00:30:20 +0100, "Bill Sloman"
>Then it is a tax on stupidity, which I applaud.
You applaud stupidity?
How revealing... A tax on the less than intelligent. A stroke of
genius! 'They' prob'ly won't like it, but who cares? Since they're
stupid they won't know what to do to make it stop, making the
government's perpetual income stream (It's like having an agent who
tells you that they're charging you what _they_ want to and that you
get to take what's left over and you have no choice in the matter) a
reality since their progeny will more than likely come out of the
mold the same way and so will _their_ progeny and so will their
Eventually, a balance must be reached since, unchecked, the
cockroaches will multiply to the point where they can no longer be
controlled. How to reach that balance? Either kill off some of the
old ones or kill off some of the the new ones. But how to decide on
which to kill off? Wars will take care of the young ones because
they can be talked into anything, but it's a little more difficult
with the old ones because they may have caught a glimpse of the
plan. How long have we got left?
>> >As John Fields has pointed out, you don't need absolute pitch to use
>> >the engine note to judge your speed pretty accurately - trying to
>> >drive at a constant speed via visual feedback from the speedometer is
>> >just stupid, and anyone who tries it and runs off the road is just
>> >exhibiting evolution in action.
Sorry, but it wasn't me...
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