Spooks and SeeSat-l

From: Thomas A. Troszak (tom@bullhammer.com)
Date: Wed May 10 2000 - 06:56:19 PDT

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    Dear List,
    I just sent a letter to the TIME war correspondent:
    Dear Dave,
    I'm writing in regard to the article:
    Apparently the spooks are not amused by amateur sat watching activities, 
    kind of gives you a warm, fuzzy feeling all over, doesn't it?  The cute
    part is, that before the article, there were possibly 600 people world
    wide who visited heavens-above.com, now there will be millions, TIME
    even included a LINK to the site with the tracking info... If the "bad
    guys" mentioned in the article weren't sure how to track our spy sats,
    at least now all they have to do is click on the article to get the
    info! The only thing TIME forgot in the article was a link to the sites
    that have instructions for building atomic weapons... Who's screwing up
    more, the amateur sat trackers, or TIME...?   Arrgh...
    Tom Troszak,
    Asheville, NC, USA
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