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Andrew Plato wrote:
>>So, in a long winded response to Gwen Thomas who felt any contractor (such
>>me) who altered the security system of her network was worthy of instant
>>It is easy to slap down a law and apply it to everybody. Murder may be
>>but is killing somebody who is about to rape you wrong? Of course not.
Without wanting to get into a moral debate... Yes, killing someone who is
about to rape you is wrong. It's when people go round excepting themselves
from the law that problems/violence/murder begin.
>>What if Martin Luther King, Jr., Ghandi, Mikhail Gorbachv, or that dude in
>>Tienamen Square had stayed in their house and said "well, the rules don't
>>me to make a difference. I think I'll stay here and pro-actively leverage
Andrew, are you seriously comparing yourself to M.L. King and Ghandi?
'Hello, Heuston? I think this one's about to blow!'
This is tech writing folks, not world peace. Can you all stop disappearing
up your own...