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SubjectRe: [NOISE] Re: tcp/ip filtering
On Sat, 25 May 1996, Alain Knaff wrote:

> Why not use an administrative solution to this social problem? Have
> the tools of the future :-) They have to understand that you can't
> have it both ways, we no longer live in the Middle Ages.
> Alain

Yes, but they _will_ be the middle ages once we're done with em. :) It's
not people that have changed (IMHO, except for a toothbrush here an there)
since the middle ages, but technology, and this is a "social" argument as
was said, not a future/past argument.

Deep in the future, people will gaze back to what happened here today, and
forget all about it.


But let us transfer this subj to Linux-OffSubject since the topic has
drifted away from talking about kernel coding.

So you think you know the real meaning of fear?
Yeah, you think you do know, but I doubt it.
When you sit in a shelter with bombs falling all over.
And the houses around you are burning like torches.
I agree that you experience horror and fright
For such moments are dreadful, for as long as they last,
But the all-clear sounds--then it's okay-- | -- Ilya Selvinskiy
You take a deep breath, the stress has passed by. | (Taken from "The Sum
But real fear is a stone deep down in your chest. | of All Fears" by
You hear me? A stone. That's what it is, no more. | Tom Clancy pg. 182.)

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