drosoff at ARC.unm.EDU
Sun Jul 28 19:01:31 PDT 1996
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At 12.12 PM 7/27/96 -0400, Alan Horowitz wrote:
>> Hello, I would rather I not be too blunt, but despite my generous
>interest in computer > hacking cracking, and other such related topics, I
>have come to be confused by the > mailer, can I ask any questions that I
>wish, or am I limited by some type of header > subject?
>Shaun, let me explain. There's a committee of seven people. Me, Tim May,
>David Sternlight, some assination-politics guy, some guy named Vultis or
>somesuch, and so on.
>Only if we're in unanimous agreement on the outcome of an issue, may you
>start a thread on a new topic. which then continues till the first
>posting which calls someone a Nazi.
And if they *don't* like your suggestion, you get killed and they move on to
the next guy's suggestion of how to split up the available issues so that
each cypherpunk gets a fair share of ranting.
David Rosoff (nihongo ga sukoshi dekiru) ---------------> drosoff at arc.unm.edu
PGP public key 0xD37692F9 -----> finger drosoff at acoma.arc.unm.edu or keyservers
0xD37692F9 Key fingerprint = 25 7D AA 01 85 41 43 89 50 5A 33 76 F1 F1 99 67
Do you know who's reading your email? ---> http://www.arc.unm.edu/~drosoff/pgp/
Is it a forgery? --- I have PGP signed all email and news posts since May 1996.
"Relax. It's not a real alarm. They can't crack _Pentagon_ codes. Can they?" :p
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