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697 posts • joined 6 Jun 2008
Sorry Sarge I lost the Taser
I lost the Taser, Sarge, left it on the car roof.
It must have fell of, Sarge.
I'm really sorry Sarge, I must have forgot it.
Oh don't worry, 1234 Tarquin, here just take this data stick over to the Yard will you, there's a good chap
"regardless of the reasons for being there, he shouldnt have been"
Sorry but that's insufficient reason for exposing him to the good chance of a for 99 years sentence.
The internet is a wide open place, there is no "should" and "shouldn't" about it. It exists. You can go places.
If some of those places do not want visitors then it is up to the PLACE to be secired, not up to the visitor not to go in. e.g. if I came to your house and the door was wide open, I can wlak in, but not if the door is shut, locked and bolted. In this case the door was wide opn. The fault lies with those in charge of door-bolting.
“Anti-Japanese demonstrations, smashing Japanese products, that was all done years ago by Guo Quan [an activist and expert on the Nanjing Massacre]. It’s no new trick. If you really wanted to kick it up a notch, you’d immediately fly to Shanghai to smash the Japanese Expo pavilion.”
is way more than 140 characters, even with the stuff in square brackets taken out, so either Twitter in China has more than 140 characters, or there's some way they can use Chinese characters to save space, or this article is rubbish, or I'm wrong.
Well if that's was passes for "information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism" they need to come and arrest totally everyone.
Also how come stuff on a blog is "in his possession" ? Unless he owns the server or rents space on it.
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