Your link is invalid, and the story is suspect.
I'm not saying it's impossible, but I think I speak for most people when I say "I'll believe it when I see it."
Can anyone dial up AOL and confirm this fact for us?
The article is indeed genuine, and was apparently reported by listeners in Texas who complained of being unable to access the site through Road
Whether it's really going on or not I couldn't say, but I would encourage the corporations involved to re-evaluate their threshold for judgements
regarding the intelligence of their customers. They routinely underestimate their marks, and either the 'bosses' will smarten up and be more
clever, or they won't. If they don't, any plans they may have had will be rendered obsolete, since they presume, as a starting point, a subdued and
If you're trying to con someone, you don't make your intentions known by calling them ahead of time and being an obvious criminal. The element of
surprise, or rather, the persistence of trust, is crucial in any con game. The confidence men in government and business can hardly convince anyone
of anything, as it is, without resorting to subliminal messages and insinuating peer pressure.
If they screw up and show their hand, which is what censoring prison planet amounts to, then they might as well move on and find some other willing
suckers. People get wise, and all of a sudden the connections start appearing in their brain, and then before you know it they're thinking for
themselves and questioning authority.
Slippery slope I tell ya'...
[edit on 5-10-2005 by WyrdeOne]