Message from discussion emacs undo not good enough for Xah
From: Xah Lee <xah...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: emacs undo not good enough for Xah
Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2011 18:57:58 -0700 (PDT)
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On Apr 10, 6:29=C2=A0pm, des...@verizon.net wrote:
> Xah Lee <xah...@gmail.com> writes:
> > On Apr 8, 7:06=C2=A0pm, des...@verizon.net wrote:
> >> Xah Lee <xah...@gmail.com> writes:
> >> > G*****n m+++++++++++g emacs undo.
> >> Xah, didn't your mom ever wash your mouth out with soap?
> >> Everyone should experience that at least once, the world
> >> would be a better place.
> > my parents are abusive f******.
> Maybe so, but somebody in your life should have taught
> you the appropriate use of language.
> Why do we (who don't even know you) have to listen do your
> offensive language.
> Mario Savio you aren't.
In 1999, it was revealed that Savio had been trailed by the Federal
Bureau of Investigation from the moment that he had climbed on to the
police car that harbored Jack Weinberg. He was followed for more than
a decade "because he had emerged as the nation=E2=80=99s most prominent
student leader." There was no evidence that he was a threat or that
he had any connection with the Communist Party, but the FBI decided he
merited their attention because they thought he could inspire students
Even when he had quit the FSM, the FBI called him to their Berkeley
office. They told Savio that they had received letters of a
threatening nature towards him, but they would not speak with Savio=E2=80=
attorney present. However, he would not agree, and instead criticised
the FBI =E2=80=98for failure to make arrests and take action in the South
where human rights are being violated every day.=E2=80=99 At this point =
According to hundreds of pages of FBI files, the bureau:
Collected, without court order, personal information about Savio
from schools, telephone companies, utility firms and banks and
compiled information about his marriage and divorce.
Monitored his day-to-day activities by using informants planted in
political groups, covertly contacting his neighbors, landlords and
employers, and having agents pose as professors, journalists and
activists to interview him and his wife.
Obtained his tax returns from the Internal Revenue Service in
violation of federal rules, mischaracterized him as a threat to the
president and arranged for the CIA and foreign intelligence agencies
to investigate him when he and his family travelled in Europe.
Put him on an unauthorized list of people to be detained without
judicial warrant in event of a national emergency, and designated him
as a "Key Activist" whose political activities should be "disrupted"
and "neutralized" under the bureau's illegal counterintelligence
program known as COINTELPRO.
The investigation finally ended at the beginning of 1975 and at that
point an investigation in to the FBI=E2=80=99s abuse of power began. Savio=
ex-wife, Suzanne Goldberg, said that the "FBI=E2=80=99s investigation of he=
and Savio [was] a waste of money and an invasion of privacy."
interesting. thanks. That reminds me, John Lennon was in the same lot,
and i think quite a few others. See also:
=E3=80=88I Met the Walrus (John Lennon)=E3=80=89
=E3=80=88To What Degree USA Allow Free Speech?=E3=80=89