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July 6, 2007
Slate on my Movie-Plot Threat Contest
Slate wrote an article on my movie-plot threat contest.
Posted on July 6, 2007 at 2:47 PM
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So, when will we see your comments on the new Die Hard movie -- which seems to take stuff straight out of some of the entries in your first contest?
What would it take for you to add the one.org banner to your blog to support charity? I have added it to my own and would love to see other bloggers amplify the need to stomp out poverty.
If the activism irritates you then I understand...
So ...... security expert, author, .... soon to be screen writer? Movie consultant?
I particularly like the part:
"When Schneier was asked if he verified the science behind these plots, he expressed contempt. "It's a movie plot. You don't have to verify the science. Feasibility is not required.""
O'Hare isn't the busiest airport anymore. Atlanta took that title in 2005.
Let's get busy with the plot to get Bruce and Ron out of the nick, because there *will* be trouble, right? (or is this 1st amendment thing still going?)
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