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Re: [dvd-discuss] Sen. Hatch supports remote destruction

I'm sorry... it *has* to be said...

"what a Hatch-et job!"  (or is that a job for a hatchet... the eyeballs
that is)

Thanks to Orrin "if thine P2P PC offends thee, pluck it out" Hatch for
the wake-up call. It's about time the public realizes what the MPAA/RIAA
are really asking for.  (and it's not just the Sudatenland, either Mr.

"James S. Tyre" wrote:
> Not that I would ever make light of a serious subject, but some might wish
> to read:
> http://www.jzip.org/jzip/archives/000573.html#000573
> Senator Hatch Introduces Bill to Burn People's Eyes Out
> Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) today introduced legislation authorizing the
> use of high-powered microwave lasers to burn out the eyes of non-paying
> viewers of copyrighted material. "If we could develop technology which
> just burned out the parts of their brains where the illegal memories are
> stored, that'd be fine with me--but we can burn their eyes out right
> now!" said Hatch, while introducing the Hatch/Hollywood Eyeball
> Evisceration Act.
> [....]
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