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Re: [BKARTS] Patriot act takes an artist (good!)

In a message dated 6/7/04 4:43:34 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
ruth.roberson@xxxxxxxxxx writes:

<< If you go to their website, you will see what they were doing was quite
 harmless. >>


 So, I guess that you would welcome amateur production of biological agents
next door to you, that is, as long as they say that it's artistic and thus
"harmless."   In a word; gullible.

And, yes, I read all the articles on this, including the one on the
BostonGlobe website.  In fact, it wasn't until I got the entire story and fully
understood what this nut was doing in his home that I got turned-off on the entire
thing.   Simply put: using one's home for the production of biological agents
(e-coli and others) is not art, it's wrong. If I knew somebody was doing so
anywhere near my neigborhood, I would get extremely upset and I  would hope that
most thinking-folks would too.



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