G'day Phil W,
On May 4, 2006, at 6:24 PM,
>You better watch it Phil. I am fingerprinted
and accepted by the
>State of California and it is illegal for you to make false
>allegations against me, even if it is in cyberspace. The police
>know how to track people down with just their email addresses.
>What's wrong? Does a little intelligence from a woman intimidate
>you? One more public false allegation and I'll turn you in.
Case in point.
Last I heard, being fingerprinted by the State of California (or,
indeed, any American state) was a Bad Thing, and certainly didn't
entitle you to special status (well, unless you consider free use of a
taxi at certain times, and if you're really lucky, free room and board
for consecutive lifetimes, to be "special status").
AIUI, there are some email addresses that would give even the police
some difficulty. But a gmail email address (seein' as they're *so*
concerned about privacy ...) combined with, I dunno, *using your real
name* and being *completely open about who you are* would surely not be
such a mean feat. Phil S, if by some miracle the cops give enough of a
shit about Julie to come knocking on his door, is not going to scream in
shock and explain: "I never thought you'd be able to track me down! I'm
sorry I accused her of taking crack instead of calling her a psycho!"
"What? I can't hear you, I've got a banana on my head!"
- Danger Mouse
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