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Old 10-28-2012, 09:43 PM   #103
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Originally Posted by cfrizz View Post
While both of you are correct, unless someone is stupid enough to flagrantly break the rules and boast about it, the odds of getting busted are very slim.
People boast about it all the time on this board, and their odds of getting caught are still, historically, zero.

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Originally Posted by Kevin8or View Post
(Generally) unenforceable laws are still a problem because they enable selective enforcement. Selective enforcement is an excellent tool of control.
My first thought was that selective enforcement stinks as a tool of control. However, on second thought, people who read a lot of books may be more risk-adverse than the general population. There's only one way to know -- putting a few middle class readers in the slammer -- and I'm not advocating it.
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