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Re: Big Brother is watching



At 08:29 AM 9/3/97 -0500, Chip Mefford wrote:
>Fairfax County, In the Peoples Republic of Virginia
>
>Citizens in the PRV who have been travelling in Fairfax County will soon
>be recieving summons to come pay their dues to the monster in the form of
>traffic citations for running red lights issued by Big Brother.
>
>Yes, rest assured that Big Brother is watching. Three CopBots have been
>deployed around the county to take pictures of vehicles exiting
>intersections after the light has turned red. These CopBots are a great
>boon to our prosperity and security as they free up the huminoid Cops from
>traffic duties so that they can better spend their time toilet plunger
>kicking.
>
>In the month since this "trial program" began, over 3 thousand citations
>have been prepared and will be in the mail as of TODAY!!!. All Hail Big
>Brother, security is at hand!! Hurrah!!
>
>With this wonderful sucess, We can all look forward to this items being
>placed in our domiciles in order to further protect us from crime.
>
>This is truely a great day.
>
>Weep for joy!
>
>I love Big Brother.

This program has been in effect in San Francisco, People's Republik Of
Kalifornia, for over a year now.

BTW, in the vicinity of the I-80/I-680 interchange there are an array of
things suspended over the freeway that look like the sensors from metal
detectors, except they are about the size and shape of fluorescent light
fixtures.  They are opaque white plastic, suspended horizontally, with the
long axis crossing the lanu over which it is hung.  There is a cable
entering them at the top, and are suspended over all lanes of traffic
(except the fast lane) in both directions, as well as the on/off-ramps to
I-680.  Directly underneath them are sensor loops similar to what you might
find by traffic lights downtown.  The poles from from which they are hung
have 18-24 inch dish antennas, which point to the CHP truck scales which
are about 1 mile down the road from each sensor array.  Does anyone have
any idea what the devil these things are?  I have been trying to find
someone who knows for several weeks now, but nobody seems to know.

Jonathan Wienke

What part of "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be
infringed" is too hard to understand? (From 2nd Amendment, U.S. Constitution)

When everyone is armed, criminals fear everyone, not just the police.

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