Re: md5 collisions and speeding tickets
Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2005 20:08:37 +0200
> They can for example put a lien on your house or car, making it
> impossible for you to sell, until You take him to court and get the lien
That's not quite the way it works. The mill of justice grinds slowly,
but it grinds exceedingly fine.
> You had better be aware that if the seal on the bottle is broken you do
> not take the pills or you could die.
That has nothing to do with the pharmacology of the drug.
> YOu had better be aware that if you
> are under 16 and take asperin for fever you could die.
The risk of dying from a normal therapeutic dose of aspirin is
extremely low, at any age.
Transpose mxsmanic and gmail to reach me by e-mail.
... Ernst Zundel to trial and sentence him, ... received this morning from someone who was present in court. ... seine linie der vergangenen Woche beibehalten. ... sich ein neuer Pflichtverteidiger logischerweise in die umfangreichen ...
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