Typeface size works. Figure if they can't read the fine print, you can probably put your free speech there.
Then again, maybe you can use broadband as a filter. If they can get the message at 28.8 or 56K, then you can probably put your free speech messages there.
Or threats, maybe.
"Mr. President, are you aware that my inner geek is trying to be the Benevolent King of Earth".
"Yes. You'll be dead before you leave this press conference. Guards!"
----- Original Message -----
From: my inner geek
Sent: Monday, January 22, 2001 6:34 PM
Subject: Re: Legalization of Marijuana
> Old people and ridiculously conservative types are generally too stupid to click on subtle links or
> use scroll bars, so that acts as a method to "filter" them out of the loop.
That's not fair.
As a general rule, they may not be as computer literate as the libertarians.
To say they are "too stupid" is, well, stupid.
The use of ALLUSION has long been used as an overt way of seeking tacit approval.
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