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January 31, 2008

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Paul

If they really want a deterrent, they should just go all the way and ask for capital punishment...

Kenzo (lastever.org / kenzodb.com)

Paul, you have a future in corporate politics.

illlich

Hmmmm. . . law that will make the majority of Americans criminals. HUGE criminals.

Let's see, I'm assuming there's no back-dating of the crime, so a cd that I made before the law took place would be out of contention, but then how do they know WHEN I made the cd?

Listener bkd

Look, cocaine doesn't pay for itself, you know.

Nicholas

Makes sense that this would become law, considering how many Americans are criminals by virtue of what they do in the privacy of their own homes, might as well lump as many of us under the criminal umbrella as possible. Makes future social planning easier.

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