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    Thursday, January 12, 2006

    It's Not Paranoia If Someone Is Really Out To Get You

    Every now and then, while slipping and sliding through this thing called the Internet, one sees something that they really have a hard time believing to be true, yet is.  Typically one can prove or disprove this random picture, event, or activity simply by going to Snopes, which coincidentally is located in the far right column of this post.
    However, on occasion, Snopes doesn't have all the information one seeks.  I know, I know, it's rare, but it does happen.
    How do you feel about this little nugget?
    ...was the headline.  Via Americablog.
    The story was dated January 7th, 2006.  Hm.  No, I need to be convinced.
    Yikes, they have a website.  Or maybe two.
    You've got to be kidding, right?  Isn't this a violation of privacy, or something?
    Nope.  Ask the Chicago Sun-Times.
    And, just for good measure, why don't you ask former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, Wesley Clark.
    Well, this morning AMERICAblog bought former presidential candidate, and former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO (SACEUR), General Wesley Clark's cell phone records for one hundred calls made over three days in November 2005, no questions asked.
    That... doesn't... seem... right.
    Erp.  Patrick Henry would NOT approve, methinks.
    Thank God I have a Verizon wireless phone.
    ...did I say that?


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