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Jan 2 09 10:40 PM
"Charlie's Angels" star Lucy Liu may well be one of Hollywood's most appealing screen sirens -- but she struggles when it comes to
romance. (Wow... I'm shocked by this and not out of malice but based on how she responds to situations)
The actress -- who will resume her role as Alex Munday in follow-up flick "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" later this year -- insists men
don't pay her any attention.
She says, "Being in love with someone is the biggest high you can have. But men don't pursue me."
And the New York stunner has an explanation for the lack of male interest she attracts -- men are fooled by her feisty character Ling Woo in TV's
"Ally McBeal" and her kickboxing expertise in "Charlie's Angels."
She continues, "I do think they want me to whip and spank them. I remember when I was flying in from Vancouver, a guy in the immigration office said,
'Oh kick me, kick me!' and I was thinking, 'It's six in the morning, for God's sake, just stamp my passport.'"
"Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that's why I don't have a boyfriend."
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I've been getting increasingly concerned by the encroachments into freedoms, privacy laws, and civil liberties we've seen in the West over
the past few years. Basically, in the name of "the war on terror", many rights to privacy and freedom we would have once held dear have been banished
It's as though law-abiding citizens are meant to just sit back and let their governments and authorities walk all over long-established laws. Any notion
of complaining is quickly put down when it's then assumed that having a problem with these new measures is tantamount to admitting wrongdoing. Which is far
from the truth.
The latest move towards a police state, at least here in the UK, is a new policy of allowing the police to hack into and monitor someone's PC
purely because they suspect serious wrongdoing. (Geese says; Sooo, Xiao-ho, all I need do is send YOUR F**KIN POST TO THE LOCAL LIVERPOOL BILLIES WITH ALL YOUR
TRIAD TALK AND THEN!?!? Hahahahahaha, you're one unlucky Xiao-ho!) What's scary is that unlike a physical search of a property, no
court-issued warrant is required, with the intrusive and covert surveillance being allowed on the say so of a senior officer.(Geese says; Keeeep right on
talkin Xiao-ho, because NOW!?!? All I gotta do is look up Liverpool Police, oh look, they have an INTERNET ADDRESS TOO! And then email YOUR POSTS ABOUT TRIADS
AND VIOLA! Xiao-ho under observation! GO UK! GET THOSE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT HOES AND HEIFERS WHO SUPPORT THE TRIADS WITH THEIR FILTHY NON-SPELLIN COCKSUCKIN
MOUTHS! Yes, your country is very civil Xiao-ho... over here, we spy on each other, but over there they can go right into your computer and it's A-OK! I
blame you for this Xiao-ho, BAD XIAO-HO! Maybe if you suck more White DICK then they'll stop passing laws like these in your country! Oh and good one with
the whole Merked thing, I'll give you two points of street cred on that one.)
According to Times Online, the hacking is known rather obliquely as
'remote searching' allows police officers or MI5 agents to snoop into a suspect's computer hard drive from hundreds of miles away. All Web-browsing
activity, email correspondence, and instant messaging conversations can be tracked with the person being snooped not knowing anything about it.Xiao-ho
you better stop talking about this Triad s**t up on here!? All jokes aside, you better pay attention to this article because you're the one coming up on
here talking dumb s**t. I don't mind going back and forth with your dumb ass, but the s**t you're saying can land you in some serious hot water. So
I've warned you and that's all I'm gonna say about it. F**k around at your own peril fool.)
'Remote searching' or legal hacking can be achieved by either breaking into a suspect's home and physically installing a key logger on to the
targeted machine, sending an email with an attachment that activates when opened, or using a wireless network. Any of these ways surely constitute a misuse of
powers.(Yeah and I supposedly live in a toilet bowl, nah b-i-t-c-h, you live in a f**kin police state and that's creepy since we've had Emperor
For Life Bush for 8 years and even he didn't say it was okay to actually BREAK INTO PEOPLE'S HOUSES and plant s**t in their computers.)
The Computer Misuse Act of 1990 reportedly made hacking legal if it was carried out by the state. And the British police claim that the Regulation of
Investigatory Powers Act is in place to keep an eye on activity of this kind to ensure it stayed within the lines of moral and legal obligations. But when
those lines are becoming more and more blurred, is that really much of a
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What you have done is made me think about whether or not I should contact Zanlius and aggressively pursue buying this board because in all honesty, your
Triad talk is and was grounds for EZ Board to delete this entire board too.
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