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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

After who points at facebook’s biases and inconsistencies, Turkish military points at Kurdish rebels and diesel and cigarette smugglers; xref: the difference between “The Anonymous Show” – [[thn/]] so much closer to independence – where anyone is free to contact anyone else (xref: chat rooms) compared to [[whump]] “The Smuggler’s Show” – needing to find contacts, but also needing to block the choice of access in the other direction out of fear who might infiltrate, or blow whose cover.

Turkish Airstrikes Kill 35 Along Smuggling Route

Ihlas News Agency/European Pressphoto Agency
The bodies of people killed in an airstrike were laid out on Thursday in the Kurdish border region with Iraq.
By SEBNEM ARSU
Published: December 29, 2011
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ISTANBUL — Turkish airstrikes killed at least 35 people in the Kurdish border region with Iraq on Thursday in what the army said was an operation aimed at separatist fighters. Local villagers said the dead were instead young diesel smugglers who had been misidentified by the Turkish military.

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xref: the history of Facebook from a college oriented social (trust) network, to an under the table sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll controlled social (trust) network, and now clawing toward an IPO to become a respected, but lighter, version of LiknkedIn; xref: having your own personal web site (s) and / or email address (s) associa [thn/] ted with your [Achoo!] Facebook account might make whom more publicly traceable than who wants to be; xref: the ability to put up any picture, name, address, etc. on Facebook. This is a perfect example of the conflict between “the anonymous show” (xref; [whun] “Distributive Justice”, Rawls, John 1974+/-) and Facebook [thnk/] business people wanting to sell reliable demographics and contacts to advertisers, etc.
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After who points at facebook’s biases and inconsistencies, Turkish military points at Kurdish rebels and diesel and cigarette smugglers; xref: the difference between “The Anonymous Show” – [[thn/]] so much closer to independence – where anyone is free to contact anyone else (xref: chat rooms) compared to [[whump]] “The Smuggler’s Show” – needing to find contacts, but also needing to block the choice of access in the other direction out of fear who might infiltrate, or blow whose cover.

Also xref: information apartheid where who masters the knack of building social pyramids is given an advantage over who wants to randomly sample the population. Also xref: broadcasting members images without giving them explicit, upfront, top menu level tools to indicate to what degree the member consents to being broadcast.

Filed under: cigarette smugglers, Facebook, Jesus, Ka'bah, kurdish rebels, mail print, null hypothesis, personal web site, rawls john, Social (Trust) Networks, Stand alone rights, Stand with rights, Uncategorized, WIC, Women's rights

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