Hi Torusers,

due to the subject:

"Privacy, Anonymity, and Individuality The Final Battle Begins HQ - HOPE XI 

Some of you might already know that but some might be newcomers and in case you 
missed HOPEcon. 

As if intels have a problem getting (new) agents:

"disposable agents" in terms of "you use an agent once", you can't use that 
person again b/o cover burning

A human "agent" can't be nearer than once own device and tracker, and a human 
brain can't record the same way technic can. And in addition to that speech i 
recommend "watch the watchers":

"People working for intelligence contractors, the military, and intelligence 
agencies frequently mention secret codewords and surveillance programs in 
public resumes. These resumes are useful for uncovering new surveillance 
programs, learning more about known codewords, identifying which companies help 
with which surveillance programs, "

1. And in case you know so whose nose runs you just open a water-tap, with the 
temperature you are convenient with, the colder the better, hold one or both 
hands beneath, form a bowl, collect the water, stick the nose into it, slowly 
snuffle the water and stop before you waterboard yourself, hold it for a 
moment, release it and do it again if you need/wish. What it does? You get 
water into the nose so your body doesn't have to. You free your nose from 
foreign matter (e. g. pollen). If it is cold water you sniffle your blood 
vessels will shrink.
2. Rambam recommends to vote for Trump in the video. If you want to change a 
system you should not support it, it only last longer. Or if you think you can 
hit the system by voting you should vote the worst with the least competence 
and experience. As if you have to do an audit on a software you don't know, you 
don't even know how to program. This would not hit America as such while you 
will stay with all companies avoiding taxes, destroying environment (air 
[coal], water [underwater oil], earth [fracking]) and employing every year 
less. That is a global effect.

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