Re: Illegal Demonstration proposal for Rutgers (fwd)
Stephen Lajoie (email@example.com)
Sat, 11 Feb 1995 17:28:38 GMT
In article <Pine.SUN.3.91.950210214911.14249Afirstname.lastname@example.org>,
Juan Noyles <email@example.com> wrote:
>I know most of you will probably say this is off topic, but I'm hoping
>that some students at Rutgers will read at *least* one of these
>newsgroups and consider the ideas...
[Snip part about a LEGAL protest]
> One idea,
> Check out as many books as you can from the school's
>main library as you can. I don't mean as many as can fit in your school
>bag, I mean bring the cars, vans, whatever you can haul the
>books off with.
> You will force everyone, I mean all the students,
>especially if it is during midterms to stop and face this issue.
> When the Prez is gone the books come back!
>Que Viva la Huelga!
Though Civil Disobediance is the historical way to protest, I must point
out that what you are encouraging could be considered theft. I don't
think the FCC will appreciate your using the internet to encourgage
illegal acts. The idea about transfering and getting refunds was far better.
Why give Senator Exon an excuse to censor the internet?
Steve La Joie