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Re: cypherpunks and guns



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In <[email protected]>, on 01/07/98 
   at 03:16 AM, Kent Crispin <[email protected]> said:

>On Wed, Jan 07, 1998 at 01:25:45AM -0600, snow wrote:
>> > I am fairly certain that as an irregular army soldier I could inflict
>> > a substantial amount of damage upon an occupying military.  With maybe
>> > $20k in equipment and several hundred hours of training, you could make
>> 
>> 	If you were smart, you could do it for a lot less. 

>That presumes the enemy is dumb.  An amusing fantasy.

The fact that they collect a paycheck from the government is prima facie
evidence of diminished mental capacity.

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