L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 912, March 5, 2017
The Editor Speaks (Types ?)
by Ken Holder
Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise
I’m sure things aren't as bad as they seem. Maybe.
by David Siegel
Don't know what to think of this. A sort-of thought experiment with implementations. Interesting look at a possible future economic system. Or something.
Mr. John Walker reviews Hope by Aaron Zelman and L. Neil Smith at his blog.
I need me some more Sport Utility Guns!
The people who own America seem to want us dead. Two can play that game.
Oh say! Does that snark-spangled banner yet wave?
Over the land of the feeb and the home of the crazed?
Well? Does it, Punk? Do you feel lucky?
Well, do ya???
In this issue, Mr. Schulman describes his horrible experiences with trolls, those mentally and morally defective twits who infest the 'nets with the only purpose of causing badness. I, personally, believe they should be put to death, but I'm old and cranky. Trolls are the only thing worse than spammers. Spammers should be put to death too, as far as I'm concerned. But you don't care about my opinions. Indeed you shouldn’n care!
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