[rescue] Do you remember when? Security software..... (waaay the f**k of topic)
kevin at mpcf.com
Thu Aug 14 12:50:44 CDT 2003
It is also very much possible that once you actually
SEE these issues from both sides that your views become
much less radical.
That's not to say that some people in corporate America
are not grade A assholes, and i am certainly not saying
that some of the stuff they do isn't detestable,
Kenneth Lay deserves the death penalty IMHO, but there
is an awful lot of talk going on here about how
people/companies should act in scenarios that most
people here have never been in or even been close to.
Some corporate actions are clearly fucked up, but for a
great many others, I wouldn't be so speculative on how
"things should be" unless i myself have been at the
helm in a similar situation.
On Thu, 14 Aug 2003 13:00:40 -0400
"Michael A. Turner" <mturner at whro.org> wrote:
> Carefull with this aproach. This was always the
> plan of the YIPPIES
> (60's radical group like the weathermen). Work from
> inside to destroy the system. Unfortunatly after a
> while your perception of what is wrong with the
> system changes and it is very hard to detroy what you
> no longer hate. When the idea of change moves from
> "The system is corrupt and must be destroyed." to "
> My boss is a prick" the efforts go wrong. I find it
> HIGHLY interesting that most of the people now raping
> these companies, spilling polutants, selling our jobs
> to the lowest bidder, and looking out for themselves
> are the same people 35 years ago at woodstock and
> marching on washington. I would not be suprised at
> all to find out that Keneth Lay got that name for his
> actions at the first woodstock.
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