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Beat me to it!
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They are bluffing. They don't have enough prison beds to clean up EpicSki and Maggotville, let alone all US internet users. Heh!

Mark
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Someone in Congress posted this law on the Internet and that's annoying to me. Time to prosecute!
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Good Lord, now it's illegal to be ANNOYING??????
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Yet, the sheriff here can only "talk" to our shitty neighbors when they become loud and obnoxious. There's no noise ordinance here.

What's WRONG with this picture?
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Not Guilty!
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Excellant

I'm one of the few who can be annoying as hell, yet sleep without fear of Uncle Georges Legions coming to get me
post #9 of 13
Marc,
A least it took you 3 Georges, to find on that had no clue on how to deal with Americans.
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AnitSuperEgo, very good
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For the thriftier Yorkshireman

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Originally Posted by marc gledhill
Excellant

I'm one of the few who can be annoying as hell, yet sleep without fear of Uncle Georges Legions coming to get me
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post #12 of 13
But if I read it right;


"........ President Bush signed into law a prohibition on posting annoying Web messages or sending annoying e-mail messages without disclosing your true identity."


and I disclose my true identity all the time. We lurve internet stalkers round here.:
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Originally Posted by comprex
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My wife's in the NSA!? :
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