Re: Forced recovery
- From: Random Data <spambait@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 01 Nov 2005 20:11:27 +1100
On Tue, 01 Nov 2005 04:44:46 +0000, Stuart Lamble wrote:
> Careful, mate. That's sedition, that is. Another couple of weeks, and
> you could find yourself being held without charge for fourteen days for
> that, and if you tell anybody about it, you'll be popped into the
> slammer for up to five years. And if *they* tell anybody about it,
> *they'll* be sent to join you.
So the question is:
Does preemptively registering "notarrestedyet.com" and keeping a register
of how long since registered users last ticked the box to say "I haven't
been arrested yet" actually a violation of the letter of the proposed laws?
I'm sure it's seditious under the wording of the legislation, but by the
sound of it so is "being a wog", "bein' funny lookin'", "lookin' at me
funny", and "annoying someone who kept their fridge magnet".
Oh dear, the sigmonster just signed up with ASIO.
Dave Hughes | dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
And you don't think the government lets you buy _real_ tinfoil do you?
-- D.C. Ross, the Monastery.
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