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This is what I said at my blog about BushCo vs the Naughty Google: "I wonder how many secretly spanking it to porn Talibornagains are gonna be shittin kittens over this when their porn surfing records get scooped up?"

Oh... silly me. I'm sure they'll just cross reference the Google stuff against RNC donations and voila!...**poof**... it will all be history.

Somehow... shockingly... all of us who have Googled "impeach Bush" or "DeLay/ Abramoff/ Bush connections" or info on "how to request a FOIA" will suddenly get scooped up in those porn searches too, I'm sure.

Long live the War on Porn!

Good heavens....Here we are in the Height of the Golden Age of ThinkSpeak...you mean we can't even have ThinkSex ????!! I am shocked...And the TorturingGonzo wants to Protect the Chidren? Did he check with Mr.StripSearchAlito about this? And While we are at it Gonzo needs to answer some Questions about what happened to the Candy Man Investigation of 2001 ( 1000's had their computers siezed in Florida and Texas....)Yet Was anyone Arrested?
( okay ,I now forgive Google/Blogger for labeling my blog "Objectioanble")..Go Google...

War on Porn. War on Terror. What's the difference, really? The administration is just trying to be efficient by getting all the info from Google in one swoop.

Stay tuned for the "War on Torn".

I see FIVE fingers!!!

I love Big Brother!

Let's think about this logically. How much staff would be needed to research a million Google searches? Job opportunity? Also, why is this any of the government's business?

Didn't google just hire a Bush Operative or something a little while ago?

do we have a turncoat in our midst?

What about a War on TerrorPorn? Fox news would be out of business.

The 'potentialities' of the google-mega-archive thing were covered on NPR in November with hardly a blip on the MSM radar, as usual. The example of 'use' that came to my mind (for the other NY Metro Area morons-listen up)was the case where the EZ PASS records of some poor slob were requested by the courts to substantiate his wrong doing by showing his travel. The NPR story asked the question: how long before google's records in this database are requested?
When google described their never-ending repository of search paths and emails, it made many further 'implications' that were previously too damn time consuming quite plausible. People do not realize that the beauty of the 'search' algorithm/linkpath matrix is such that we are all travelling through a web of techie footprinting. I think google will revolutionaize the notion of Big Brother. It already has.
What would happen if we all, at a specified time, googled 'blogenfreude'??? Would some kind of CNN/FOX news spyware get tripped???

This is what I said at my blog about BushCo vs the Naughty Google: "I wonder how many secretly spanking it to porn Talibornagains are gonna be shittin kittens over this when their porn surfing records get scooped up?"

LOL!!!

I thought we were at war against Oceania this week! These days, you can't keep the track of the freedom-haters without a color-coded scorecard.

Somebody googled Cheney's home and found a dead cat photo.

I thought we were at war against Oceania this week!
We are Oceania ... although you might still be right ...

It has been said that every year whatever city hosts the southern baptist convention sees a 60% increase in video porn rentals that week. They might want to start by checking out their base.

Y'all are too funny.

I heart google, even though it still ranks both your and my blog as a 0 on its pagerank :(

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