I see the al-Spama terrorists have even attacked our
Is nothing safe?
Short answer = NO. Nothing is safe.
Which reminds me of my (very) early daze as a part-time
telephone survey-taker (such were the opportunities
available to recent college grads during my era, which was
shortly after the Civil War). In that job we randomly
dialed (remember telephone DIALS?) phone numbers which were
totally made up out of the vacuous air by some gigantic
Univac-type corporate computer which spat them all out on
punch cards (remember punch cards??). Thus and so, we were
forever dialing up unwitting "prospects" who screamed, "How
the hell did you get my number? It's unlisted!!"
Do you now suppose al-Qaeda is generating tons of
cyber-blogging spam (not to mention worms and viruses) by
precisely those same means? Some kind of evil Third-World
electronic Brainiac that spits out e-mail addresses
willy-nilly in the hopes of thwarting the entire Free World
and bringing the United States of America to its keyboarding
I think we should call up Bob Woodward and have him
Meanwhile, have a nice day and DELETE this crap!!!
Yankee Folly of the Day: Our beloved President on a
10-speed bicycle. Go potholes!!!
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