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    yay molly: What kind of cour..., 2006-01-23 11:18:19 | Main | You too, in fact you probably ..., 2006-01-24 12:20:42

    "This is the Sultanate of Kinakuta and I am the sultan and I say that the law here it to be very simple: total freedom of information. I hereby abdicate all government power over the flow of data across and within my borders. Under no circumstances will any part of this government snoop on information flows, or use its power to in any restrict such flows. That is the new law of Kinakuta. I invite you gentlemen to make the most of it. Thank you."

    It's been a pretty funny book so far, but I haven't read any real fiction in about five years so maybe it's not that funny. This has had me laughing whiskey out my nose for a good ten minutes.


:: posted by buermann @ 2006-01-23 22:15:14 CST | link





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