> > I really hope there wasn't 50,000
> people at work at the time. Thats just
>> good chance there was close to that number.
One of the head guys from the Trade Towers just said
that there might have been up to 30,000 people in
each tower from 8.30am to 9.00am, including staff &
> while i still think encryption should be
> legal and unencumbered, this
> is a good example of the other side's
> argument. regardless you can't
> read minds. people going from place to
> place with plans in their heads
> can't really be spotted. (dear god, i
> was almost on topic)
One head dude using various others, each of which
knew nothing about anyone else? I can't think how
the US would have known nothing if this was
perpetrated by any well known group...
> it's not just him, but his staff who seem
> to think that unilateral
> foreign policy (as opposed to consensus
> built policy) is a viable course
> of action.
The revenge will be interesting.
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