Mini-Microsoft Cutting Room Floor

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Censorship + Ban from Troublemaker

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Ba-Da-????": >>"So far it sounds a whoooole lot like Mini, including the periodic "Thank you for doing this, you are fantastic!" Which I guess is good. Lisa can't say that only trolls and external troublemakers post all the comments on Mini." Outsider troublemaker here. Ah, such success at the censorship of thought I applaud Microsoft in its success in the destruction of Mini Microsoft as an public blog. Well done. Certainly the necessity for external criticism to be blunted just had to happen, since Microsoft had become, well a transparent liability to itself through Mini. God knows if I was a partner, I would have created a pattygate situation in Microsoft the likes the world has never seen to track down Mini. But the world beats on and well while my comments don't get posted by Mini any more, I still watch the charade. Here are a couple of useful links for you should you decide to discontinue medication for a schizophrenic state of existence with not one personality, but 70,000. Enjoy: From (so much better than MS Office thesaurus): Roget's New Millenniumâ„¢ Thesaurus - Cite This Source Main Entry: censorship Part of Speech: noun Definition: forbiddance Synonyms: ban, blackout*, blue pencil*, control, forbidding, hush up*, iron curtain*, restriction, suppression Antonyms: encouragement Main Entry: ban Part of Speech: noun Definition: forbiddance Synonyms: boycott, censorship, embargo, injunction, interdiction, limitation, no-no*, prohibition, proscription, refusal, restriction, stoppage, suppression, taboo Antonyms: allowance, approval, sanction. All rights reserved. * = informal or slang Link to an paper on thought suppression techniques from Harvard. Just extract individual person and replace with individual corporation and it works.,%20Eich,%20%26%20Bjork%20Thought%20Suppression.pdf


  • From one trouble-making outsider to another: Keep up the good work! There are no known negative consequences in these United States for speaking the truth.

    That's what's truly great about our Constitution; it protects our freedoms.

    Now...if the great Microsoft would only behave the same way!

    Illigitimi non-carborundum!

    By Blogger Microstiff, at October 22, 2006 at 5:09 PM  

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