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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Future Headline: Suspect Nabbed. Police Tracked Yellow Dots

THIS is almost like something from the 'X-Files'; marking you, or anything your printer has ever spit out, with an invisible code. Did you ever send any government officials a nasty letter (the DMV?)...signed by that omnipresent writer "Anonymous"?

Maybe they know who you are. Maybe there's a van parked down the street surreptitiously eavesdropping in on everything you say in what you think is the safety of your house. Maybe they have thermal-imaging cameras that can see through the walls.

Your Printer is the stoolie, the snitch, the tattletale, the fink, the snake, yeah, yeah, that's who it is. It's your Printer! That's who ratted you out, your Printer, that lousy bum!

Yellow Dots...Yellow Dots...the Horror...the Horror...

"Out, damned dot! Out, I say!

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