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Originally posted by lostshootingstar
if anyone sees a flaw in this logic, let me know. i didn't exactly spend a whole lot of time thinking about this before i wrote it
"Alice laughed: "There's no use trying," she said; "one can't believe impossible things."
"I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."
- Alice In Wonderland.
1/1825 is not exactly poor odds. If the odds of hitting a jackpot were 1/1825 i'd be playing the lottery every day! Obviously the odds are the same for any given date between 1999 and 2004, and 9/11/01 was the lucky winner.
Originally posted by WatchNLearn
But Neo would learn this fact and actually bring down the veil once and for all (and not die). What they find is the real "real" world was a natural paradise...humans now transform into a heightened state of Spiritual Awareness...etc, etc, etc...
After an on-again, off-again review process that finally culminated with full State Department approval last year, the US government has finally issued its first passports containing RFID chips.
Government officials have said that the use of the RFID chip allows passports to be scanned and cross-referenced with security databases more easily, while privacy advocates have argued they'll make it easier for identity thieves and terrorists to extract information -- especially after a security firm successfully demonstrated that they were able to crack the encryption used on prototype Dutch RFID passports.
Despite such concerns, the new passports are scheduled to be rolled out nationally in October.
Originally posted by Masisoar
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
kind of ironic,
its the day american liberty expired.
Because we're all obviously in concentration camps right now.
Maybe some people should think before they post.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
Was that from the scene where the secret government guys wanted his cooperation in apprehending the terrorists, and when Neo told them that he was not afraid of the Gestapo crap, and he knew his rights, they took away his freedom of speech and implanted him with a microchip