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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
    It'd be a start.... oh crap, I'm on the "list" now too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
    It'd be a start.... oh crap, I'm on the "list" now too.
    It's nice having company. Has a cover over laptop's camera.
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    Maybe we should just phone in our posts....

    crap, that won't work either... Obummer has people listening to our phone conversations too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
    Maybe we should just phone in our posts....

    crap, that won't work either... Obummer has people listening to our phone conversations too.
    We've had times in the past when we knew from phone interference that we had someone on our line. Phone cleared up rather quickly when we made a joke about the NSA listening in. But we were only half way joking about it as we have known our lines were tapped before.
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    Unfortunately, with the new technology, it's a lot harder to tell.
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