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We have everything to fear from ID cards – Telegraph

A very quotable bit from an article in the UK’s consie tabloid The Telegraph. Just goes to show that they aren’t all neocons.

We have everything to fear from ID cards – Telegraph

The compulsory ID card scheme is a sickness born of too much suspicion and too little regard for the meaning of tolerance and privacy in modern life.

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Shameful and ignorant

Google says that gbombing has been fixed, but any attempt to link shameful and ignorant to the ongoing vitriol that spews from the mouths of the US Republican presidential candidates is fine by me.

Torture doesn’t work. Torture is wrong. Even if it is Jack Bauer doing the deed.

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CopyrightWatch.ca » Blog Archive » Public Domain Day 2007

Now in the public domain, the works of A. A. Milne, English author.

Step up all you Pooh-bear slash fic writers.

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7th of January, 2007

Mark off the day in your calendars. The significance? 1347 days since the 1st of May, 2003. The significance of that? On that day, the number of days after “the end of major comabt operations in Iraq” will equal the number of days the US was involved in World War II, from Pearl Harbor to V-J Day. I wonder if they will still be there.

Hat tip to the Kossacks.

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