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Right, I'm sure it's about the porn (wow that was fast)

http://blog.outer-court.com/patriot/

What's the most illegal thing you can think of to search for?
Permalink MarkTAW 
January 19th, 2006
do they ask you to put a flashing beacon on your roof to aid in locating the proper residence (you can hardly hear the whop whop whop of those new black helicopters) ... I was going to search for "bush binladin goat fuck" but chickened out. I'm always in trouble for one thing or another out here in the binary wasteland.
Permalink PNII 
January 19th, 2006
Have you clicked on any of the links?

The Terrorist Operator

By typing terrorist:true preceding any search query, you tell us and the governments of the world that you are in fact a terrorist, or involved in terrorist activity, or planning to get involved in such activity, or that you once met a terrorist (or you met someone who met a terrorist). If you are no terrorist, you can type terrorist:false.

Please note that "true" is the default value if you omit the "terrorist" operator – after all, everyone is a potential terrorist.
Permalink MarkTAW 
January 19th, 2006
damn, all of them _except_ "Our search syntax" ... yep, moron :)
Permalink PNII 
January 20th, 2006
so a proper search would be:
terrorist:true instant-report "bush binladin goat fuck"
Permalink PNII 
January 20th, 2006
Yup, though terrorist:true is assumed, so you can leave that out.
Permalink MarkTAW 
January 20th, 2006
Well free speech covers almost every SEARCH. The only thing that is really illegal to simply discuss or ponder in this country is an overthrow of the government or assasination of the president (I believe).  Although I doubt researching these ideas is illegal either.
Permalink Phil 
January 20th, 2006
So the real point behind NRA can never be discussed openly? Weird.
Permalink Mr. Wumpus 
January 20th, 2006
The privacy policy is great, too. I love it being highly suspicious that I would want to know what their privacy policy is. It's beautiful.
Permalink Cory Foy 
January 20th, 2006

This topic was orginally posted to the off-topic forum of the
Joel on Software discussion board.

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