How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Well pilgrim...

...that's a mighty fine sodium-cyanide bomb ya' got there. I'll stick with my six-shooter though, if it's all the same.

I only wish he wasn't a White-power phreak- because then he wouldn't be part of a marginalized group and hence, able to be ignored. Imagine, if you will, that this guy was a mainstream businessman, who also wanted to trash the government. Still, it does serve as proof that the terrorists aren't all towelhead-camel-jockies. Not that anyone will care in the public at large. Just an FYI though.

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