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"Tiia Roth-Biester" writes:
>>There is no way you can get around taxation if you intend on using this
>>system in real life. Your system is much like that of a drug dealer, he
>>gets all this money, but has no where to spend it until it has been
>So in other words the earnings of the international banks located "offshore"
>and lending $trillions in the "Eurodollar" (now world financial) markets
>have been taxed for the last 30 years? Their balance sheets don't reflect
This reveals a minor and probably obvious weakness of pseudonyms--writing
As I was reading this post from apparent newcomer "Tiia Roth-Biester," and
wondering at how a woman (I think Tiia is a woman's name) got interested in
this list, I said to myself: "Wait a minute, this sounds exactly like
Sure enough, Duncan wrote it.
Imagine what can be done with word and phrase frequency analysis, with
examination of punctuation styles (e.g., some people use _this_ for
emphasis while others use *this*), and so on. Entropy measures, etc.
Someday this may be important.
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