GNOME/KDE interoperability hothouse
cap at capsi.com
Mon Jun 3 10:37:35 BST 2002
On Fri, May 31, 2002 at 09:28:36PM +0200, Thomas Zander wrote:
> Gandhi cared more for his believes then for the feeling of being accepted, be
> believed in his opinion more then (m)any of us will ever do.
> Putting his quote in your signature makes me believe that you will see the points
> Alan and others are making, the DMCA and many other things happening in politics
> today (yes, in your country as well) are a threath to what I feel the KDE mindset
> brings us.
Actually, if you care more for your beliefs than for being accepted, you
should not fear going to the USA. I'd rather live my life with the risk of
becoming a martyr than being forced to make adjustments to my way of living.
I have done many things in my life completely illegal anywhere outside of
The Netherlands. But whenever I fill in my I-94W form I can check all the
"no" boxes because what I did was legal at the time and place where I did
it. If the US government feels it should arrest me and indirectly question
my country's sovereignity, let them try.
Rob Kaper | Gimme some love, gimme some skin,
cap at capsi.com | if we ain't got that then we ain't got much
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