Sit, Bubu. Sit! / Re: Stay issued; modified stay to follow

Jonathan Wienke JonWienk at
Fri Aug 29 18:49:39 PDT 1997

At 09:03 AM 8/29/97 -0700, Dan Goodin wrote:
>I'm very interested in finding out how extensively Snuffle was posted
>during the two-and-a-half days it was legal to do so.  Do you have any idea
>how many sites posted it, and if it's still available online today, now
>that such posts are once again against the law?
>Please respond ASAP.
>Dan Goodin
>415-395-7805, x5223
>dang at

I posted Snuffle to the Coderpunks list:

Date: Tue, 26 Aug 1997 18:25:10 -0700
To: coderpunks at
From: Jonathan Wienke <JonWienk at>
Subject: Snuffle! (In celebration of the Bernstein decision)
Sender: owner-coderpunks at

[Snuffle source code deleted, check Coderpunk archives for details.]

I don't know how many foreigners subscribe to the list, but I have see
postings from UK, Australia, and India.

Jonathan Wienke

What part of "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be
infringed" is too hard to understand? (From 2nd Amendment, U.S. Constitution)

When everyone is armed, criminals fear everyone, not just the police.

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