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Re: I must admit. . .
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It only took one to turn India around. Ghandi nearly starved to
death, used nothing but passifism and won the race man. You can't
discredit the labors of a few, wonderous things can happen when 3
people bond together for a common cause. To much negativity in this
world already, I don't wish to add to it. We've got nothing left but
hope and what a large flame a small spark can ignite.
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---Rabid Wombat <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Dec 1998, Joel O'Connor wrote:
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> > I wonder sometimes whether or not there is hope for us to ever stop
> > this tyrrany. I've seen a bunch of us diss the strike saying it was
> > an outlandish and foolish idea, but I hadn't seen anyone of you come
> > up with something better. That act of protest, no matter how small,
> > serves to raise awareness.
> Nothing like an extremely weak protest effort to hurt the cause ...
> Having three geeks unplug their computers for a day sends the message
> that "nobody cares."
"Be sand in the gears of the machine." Henry David Thoreau
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