I hope I am not doing something frowned upon. Please allow me to change it if it doesn’t meet the guidelines. On the subject of Reagents and Apparatus Acquisition, I need to put down the words sourcing meth code 1234, and then I am going to try to Google it. If it returns this post, the experiment was successful.
When you get here, go to the first post in this thread for a given list (I can’t say if it’s a good list. I don’t think it covers sources in the US).
The whole idea is to replace objectionable speech with a code standing for that speech, so that the speech is in fact expressed and not suppressed or self-suppressed.
This is language and we are human beings. I believe that we should distinguish between a description of something and its condemnation or recommendation.
I am getting the infuriating cursor jump with every character, maybe as a result of a long post in ‘quick reply’.
Yeah, we’re human beings. Language was invented some time ago to make it possible to discuss rather than to perform an act. I just don’t see anything on the internet that is other than information. No chemicals are forthcoming out of a computer, just words.
Your whole process is frowned upon as far as I’m concerned. You’ve taken a labor of love from “I am a fish” and made it the bait for those who need meth supplies.
Fine, that’s what I asked. Now on to the act itself. To prove I did no such thing, let us ask, Cui bono? That means, “Who gains from it?” I maintain that I gain nothing. I’m not “fishing” using “bait” for meth makers. Since I have nothing to gain from that, I encourage readers to treat this statement with a healthy dose of skepticism.
Because there are intentions, and there are consequences beside the intended consequence, a lot of times people like you are cruel “for a reason” when, admit it, your whole intent is to be cruel. You used Fish as a pawn in your personal attack on me.
The experiment worked just fine, BTW, as of now. It takes half a day for Google to index the post, and I can search ‘sourcing meth code 1234′ and return this site high in the results. I don’t care what you do now. Take it down if you want. Let’s see how the search engine handles that.
Every action starts with a thought, sure, but not every thought comes out as action. That’s just silly.
You have been gratuitously cruel, while justifying yourself. You thought you were kind. You were defending someone. Aww, does he need you to do that? But, cruelty often starts that way. That’s the road you are on, brother.
I guess there’s nothing that penetrates to the core on you guys, which is surprising given the dedication to a life of science. They’re holding Wikileaks’ founder now. I guess you side with the State on that one. Don’t you wonder what else hackers can do, like, when they cover secrets instead of expose them? You are home laboratory operators, and exactly those people have been persecuted in this “hunt” for drug makers. Is it worth it? I mean, look at it as them getting destroyed today, and tomorrow, why, turn around and find it is you. Because, it stems from freedom. You don’t get it. By its nature, no-one has the right to give it to you. Freedom is something you give yourself.
Oh, it says that is “cool”. That must be frowned upon here, too. Y’all call us “kewls”. Uh huh. But jeez, who are you guys? pix please. kthxbai
My “process”. Well, my man, if I never said words were not important (I said they were not chemicals), and you said I said that, does your mind change one iota being wrong about that? I don’t think so, and that’s sad. You must have a strange and cruel, not to say logical, agenda. You just have to, and it is not based on something I said here today, but rather something of a long-standing hatred, and I do not deserve to walk into a fusillade of abuse.
What are the words? That—language—allows us to think before (or instead of) acting, among other things, which is good. That’s what it is there for. It’s very important, it’s everything, and I never said words were not important. You did, with a little metaphor, “crap”, a little fiction, and managing to twist what I said by 180 degrees.
Don’t laugh. I’m on the high moral ground here.