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Shroomy Oct 28, 2004

  1. Shroomy

    Shroomy Lazy perfectionist

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    Bush's official re-election website only allows access by computers within the US. It was first believed to be a hacker attack, but later this was shown to be a deliberate move from the Republicans. :ph34r:

    Thoughts?
     
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    Technognome Professor of Ecognomics

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    fractalated nihilist

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    mmmm, me like!

    blocking george w - trying to keep the rest of the world from seeing what he's telling his own people? pathetic.
     
  4. LozGee

    LozGee Guest

    No access? That's cos you can't take fingerprints from website visitors - yet!

    Come on peeps, wake up. The us has been taking a more and more isolationist approach since 9/11. Last mob that did that was . . . led by some short chap in Northern Europe with a tash. Where's this all going?

    My only question is : When will it arrive there? :wizard1:
     
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    martin_e Pantheistic Cyberneticist

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    Actually it was probably because they were running out of bandwidth before the election. They took the decision that (at the time) it was more important to let US citizens on than non-US people as non-US people didn't have a vote.

    Dumb decision because US people abroad then got the hump ...

    But I don't think there's a conspiracy here.
     
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