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Two things (1)

damn_registrars (1103043) | about 2 years ago | (#39847761)

One, based on the title, I was expecting it to be an historical perspective on slashdot itself.

Two - and perhaps more important - I'm disappointed that the author neglected to mention that with almost no exception, the current administration has extended the unexceptional policies of the last. If he wants to get post-partisan on the matter (though he never said he did) he needs to be willing to acknowledge faults on "both" sides.

I really wanted to visit Hawaii next year (1)

tqft (619476) | about 2 years ago | (#39854569)

as does my wife.

I am not sure it is safe anymore. And the thought just occurred that making this post makes it less safe.

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