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July 26, 2006


I just finished "The Traveler" and enjoyed the ride as well as the read. I don't know that it's as important as "1984", "Brave New World" or "Fahrenheit 451" but agree that the admonition to think critically and be aware of your surroundings is especially apt in our world of electronic transactions, omnipresent advertising and election polls. Is it just me or does Twelve Hawks read a lot like F. Paul Wilson?

Yeah, spy cam is undergoing its own transition. There are already a lot of kinds installed in so many cities today, like in London.

wake up-the things orwell wrote about have been here! is it just me or do others see that we are losing our human rights daily- every where i see ads that remind me that alot of new laws went into affect 1, jan. i, for one, am oppsed to giving up my rights to homeland security or anyone else that is connected to government, military, or corprate america without knowing what it is i am giving up or what they are "going to do for me" for my own good or to keep me safe. i think we should vote on these changes after full disclosure or sign informed consents. in my opinion homeland security has been a big waste of $$$ and i don't feel safer in fact i feel less safe. i sound paranoid and maybe i am. i have read all 3 of john twelve hawks books and thought finally someone else sees what i have seen for years. i have a button that says "if you are not outraged you are not paying attention" ithink big brother is not only paranoid but is paranoid over his power and greed. thank you for the opportunity to express my opinion

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