Thus spoke Kenn Humborg:
> I'd still be inclined to strip the message bodies, just in case
> of accidents.
I'll bounce that idea around...
> Aha!!! It's not very widely known that the NSA have secretly
> made a deal with all US CPU designers to include code that takes
> everything thrown into your bit bucket and use an antenna embedded
> into the CPU package to transmit it to the nearest Echelon listening
> post. :-)
I knew it! That`s why they have their own chip fab!
Would have to be some antenna though, given that the next echelon post
is in Menwith Hill in the UK. Easier to just transmit it over the net...
Now, where`s that tcpdump....;)
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