1996-04-17 - [NOISE] was Re: Re[2]: What’s the “Human Interaction Institute” at CMU For ???

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From: Rabid Wombat <wombat@mcfeely.bsfs.org>
To: ssalgaller@CCGATE.HAC.COM
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UTC Datetime: 1996-04-17 15:23:59 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 17 Apr 1996 23:23:59 +0800

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From: Rabid Wombat <wombat@mcfeely.bsfs.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 1996 23:23:59 +0800
To: ssalgaller@CCGATE.HAC.COM
Subject: [NOISE] was Re: Re[2]: What's the "Human Interaction Institute" at CMU For ???
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On Tue, 16 Apr 1996 ssalgaller@CCGATE.HAC.COM wrote:

>           Dear Concerned Citizen,
>           Am I the only one worrying about the use of technology to
>           implement a "New World Order" ???
No. Check this out. Very scary stuff. These people are too wierd:

Send e-mail addressed to listproc@internex.net with "Dilbert" as the 
subject and the words
"subscribe Dilbert_List Joe Blow" in the body of the message (be sure to 
replace the words
"Joe Blow" with your name!). Don't include any other information (your 
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>           If not, where else can I post this message ???
>           Yes, AOL has a movie trivia board, but I'm serious !
Nothing serious over at ol' AOL.

>           A similar concern could be made about biotechnology: with
>           gene splicing, it would be possible to create a race of "sub
>           humans" to do slave labor and fight wars.
Been done. These are called Induhviduals.
>           This has been done in several Sci-Fi movies, but it's not
>           going to stay fiction much longer.
A certain author, who shall remain nameless, seems to imply that such 
dastardly creatures can be found at PacBell.

>           Stephen S.
>           PS: Shouldn't these be the questions that CMU worries about?
>               Which is worse, genetic slavery or "dirty duck" photos ?
Um, what's the duck doing?