1995-01-24 - Re: US News and World Report

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From: slowdog <slowdog@chewy.wookie.net>
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UTC Datetime: 1995-01-24 02:31:26 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 23 Jan 95 18:31:26 PST

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From: slowdog <slowdog@chewy.wookie.net>
Date: Mon, 23 Jan 95 18:31:26 PST
Subject: Re: US News and World Report
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On Mon, 23 Jan 1995, Nathan Zook wrote:

> This was all after the four horsemen were trotted out, in all their glory.
> If anyone looked at only the first six inches, it sounded like an attack on
> the net as a whole.
> I'ld give it a 4 on an objective scale, 7 compared to what we expect.

I just read this piece the other day. Had people from FLETC talking about 
people being "victimized by information" and included lines that 
doublespeaked supporting freedom of speech while asking what types of 
speech should be made illegal, making these two contradictory ideas seem 
perfectly compatible and natural.

- dog