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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 6:20 pm    Post subject: facebook and the fucked up state of the US legal system Reply with quote

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/01/09/silicon_valley_sockpuppets_payout/
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Libertardian denial of reality is wholly unimpressive and unconvincing, and simply serves to demonstrate what a bunch of delusional fools they all are.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That doesn't sound like a legal system problem. It sounds like government corruption.
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This has raised concerns that the powerful media firm is feeding the hand that is supposed to bite it.


Anyway, here's some more Hope & Change for you:
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A federal court has ruled against the Texan teenager who was challenging her suspension for refusing to wear an RFID tag, despite objections on religious and privacy grounds.

Last November, Andrea Hernandez, 15, was expelled from the John Jay Science and Engineering Academy in San Antonio, Texas after refusing to take part in a pilot "Student Locator Project," which tracks students anywhere in the school via RFID tags worn on a lanyard. Students need them to get food at the cafeteria, vote in school elections, or to take bathroom breaks.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/01/09/texas_school_rfid_court/

Of course, as soon as the kids start handing their RFID cards off to each other so they can evade the system, we'll have to embed chips inside their bodies. It just makes too much sense. It will also help prevent child abduction, lost children, etc. I say it won't be long before children will have chips embedded in their bodies, probably right at the Hospital when they're born. Naturally, this will have side benefits for Big Brother, as they grow into adults.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BoneKracker wrote:
That doesn't sound like a legal system problem. It sounds like government corruption.
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This has raised concerns that the powerful media firm is feeding the hand that is supposed to bite it.


Anyway, here's some more Hope & Change for you:
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A federal court has ruled against the Texan teenager who was challenging her suspension for refusing to wear an RFID tag, despite objections on religious and privacy grounds.

Last November, Andrea Hernandez, 15, was expelled from the John Jay Science and Engineering Academy in San Antonio, Texas after refusing to take part in a pilot "Student Locator Project," which tracks students anywhere in the school via RFID tags worn on a lanyard. Students need them to get food at the cafeteria, vote in school elections, or to take bathroom breaks.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/01/09/texas_school_rfid_court/

Of course, as soon as the kids start handing their RFID cards off to each other so they can evade the system, we'll have to embed chips inside their bodies. It just makes too much sense. It will also help prevent child abduction, lost children, etc. I say it won't be long before children will have chips embedded in their bodies, probably right at the Hospital when they're born. Naturally, this will have side benefits for Big Brother, as they grow into adults.


is obama a federal judge too?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

juniper wrote:
BoneKracker wrote:
That doesn't sound like a legal system problem. It sounds like government corruption.
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This has raised concerns that the powerful media firm is feeding the hand that is supposed to bite it.


Anyway, here's some more Hope & Change for you:
Quote:
A federal court has ruled against the Texan teenager who was challenging her suspension for refusing to wear an RFID tag, despite objections on religious and privacy grounds.

Last November, Andrea Hernandez, 15, was expelled from the John Jay Science and Engineering Academy in San Antonio, Texas after refusing to take part in a pilot "Student Locator Project," which tracks students anywhere in the school via RFID tags worn on a lanyard. Students need them to get food at the cafeteria, vote in school elections, or to take bathroom breaks.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/01/09/texas_school_rfid_court/

Of course, as soon as the kids start handing their RFID cards off to each other so they can evade the system, we'll have to embed chips inside their bodies. It just makes too much sense. It will also help prevent child abduction, lost children, etc. I say it won't be long before children will have chips embedded in their bodies, probably right at the Hospital when they're born. Naturally, this will have side benefits for Big Brother, as they grow into adults.


is obama a federal judge too?

Federal Judges are part of the Department of Justice of the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government. Obama is in charge of them. I don't fault you for being ignorant of the internal structure of another government.

Under the Obama Administration, Federal Courts have been decidedly harsher against individuals in favor or authority structures, savagely punishing people for downloading or distributing pirated content, growing marijuana, hacking, whistle-blowing, etc.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BoneKracker wrote:
That doesn't sound like a legal system problem. It sounds like government corruption.
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This has raised concerns that the powerful media firm is feeding the hand that is supposed to bite it.


Anyway, here's some more Hope & Change for you:
Quote:
A federal court has ruled against the Texan teenager who was challenging her suspension for refusing to wear an RFID tag, despite objections on religious and privacy grounds.

Last November, Andrea Hernandez, 15, was expelled from the John Jay Science and Engineering Academy in San Antonio, Texas after refusing to take part in a pilot "Student Locator Project," which tracks students anywhere in the school via RFID tags worn on a lanyard. Students need them to get food at the cafeteria, vote in school elections, or to take bathroom breaks.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/01/09/texas_school_rfid_court/

Of course, as soon as the kids start handing their RFID cards off to each other so they can evade the system, we'll have to embed chips inside their bodies. It just makes too much sense. It will also help prevent child abduction, lost children, etc. I say it won't be long before children will have chips embedded in their bodies, probably right at the Hospital when they're born. Naturally, this will have side benefits for Big Brother, as they grow into adults.


no, it is a legal problem. It is the legal system that makes this kind of shit possible.
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Libertardian denial of reality is wholly unimpressive and unconvincing, and simply serves to demonstrate what a bunch of delusional fools they all are.

Satan's got perfectly toned abs and rocks a c-cup.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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