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Tuesday, December 30, 2003

So the newest terrorist advisory warns against... people carrying almanacs. Is this some absurd attempt to justify the Justice Department's desire to subpoena bookstores and libraries, or are they really legit? My grandmother got the Old Farmer's Almanac every year come rain or shine... good thing she's dead or she'd be on the friggin' watch list. More importantly, aren't there better sources of information for potential terrorists? The internet? Atlases? The CIA World Factbook (or does that count as an almanac too)?

I know information like this is pretty dangerous, but it's also pretty freely available. (That first half was sarcasm, in case it's not coming across on the internet.)

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