Posted by Mark H. on April 11, 2000, at 20:15:14
In reply to Re: Oh, And Another Thing..., posted by boB on April 11, 2000, at 17:59:49
boB, I already apologized for my previous post, but since you persist, here are my responses:
> I appreciate your willingness to offer a diagnosis based entirely on reading a paragraph or two of someones internet postings.
Thank you, boB; you're one of the few to notice my sharp skills in that area.
>, but for my part, my fear of persecution seems well founded.
Right. Nothing to suggest paranoia there.
>Perhaps you have not had the oppurtunity, as I have, to read the flimsy basis provided for many search warrants...
That's correct. Other than criminal attorneys, judges and police officers, I don't know anyone who can make that claim. In what capacity have you read the basis for "many" search warrants (or any search warrants, for that matter)?
>nor to learn how much more intelligence is gathered by law enforcement agencies than is acted upon...
Hmmmm... intelligence that is gathered but not acted upon... very dangerous stuff. Nothing to suggest paranoia there, either. Darn me for throwing labels around so loosely!
>Muddying the waters is a reliable, tried and true strategy of self preservation, thank you.
Does "muddying the waters" mean lying about who you are, what you think, and what you do? And how does that add value to a public mental health support forum?
> Loose lips sink ships...Get it?
No, I really don't, boB. What's breaking the law or lying about yourself got to do with participating in a support forum for people who are suffering from mental and emotional illnesses?