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Re: Fed appellate judge remarks re anonymity, free speech o

On 14 Sep 96 at 20:14, [email protected] wrote:

> >The article quotes Kozinski as saying "I have a severe problem with
> >anonymous E-mailers . . . You don't have a right to walk up to
> >somebody's door and knock with a bag over your head." The article
> >says Kozinski likened anonymous E-mail to menacing someone.

> What is the offense involved then, going bagged in a public place?
> since when do I or anyone else not have the right to wear a bag on
> my head?

<BS_mode> Make-up should be outlawed!  The potential for turning
oneself into an anonymous creature is *way* to big for not being
alarming.  There ought to be a law!
And beside, although it is
often used as an enhancing tool, of what use is the little and
irrelevant egoist human pleasure of looking "nice" when we are
viewing things from the standpoint a sensitive and poor and
terrified child or frail and defenseless woman? 

Jean-Francois Avon, Montreal QC Canada
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that they can rule their betters by force, will learn the lesson of
what happens when brute force encounters mind and force."
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