CDZ Words to avoid if you don't want govt spying on you

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    Have to love living in a free country.

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    Always figured a bell rings at NSA when googling nuclear weapons stuff. :)
     
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    I had a brown out incident in which I used the facility to evacuate a weapons grade dirty bomb before I burst. It must have been caused by food poisoning from the swine. My response was to put some enriched white powder in my water.

    Context is king.
     
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    Lord, have mercy! If it's so that the government actually scans for that list of words, I sure hope scanning what must literally be the millions of internet content that contains those words proves to be more helpful than just my perusing the list suggests it ought to be. Perhaps the actual scanning systems require that any given one of the words exist in conjunction with one or several others, or with one or several others of which haven't been disclosed. Perhaps too the venue/vehicle in which the word(s) are found has something to do with it.

    Just looking over the list, about 75% of words there are ones I "guestimate" I have used in the past year, and I'm sure I have zero malfeasant intentions against the U.S., its allies or citizens, or anyone else for that matter.
     
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    Ditto. It strikes me that just about anyone with a "slightly more so than average curious mind" is bound to trigger something at the NSA.
     
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    Oh flagged, I thought it said flogged, never mind.
     
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    An old Arab lived close to New York City for more than 40 years. He would have loved to plant potatoes in his garden, but he is alone, old and weak.

    His son is in college in Paris, so the old man sends him an e-mail. He explains the problem: "Beloved son, I am very sad, because I can't plant potatoes in my garden. I am sure, if only you were here, you would help and dig up the garden for me. I love you, Your Father."

    The following day, the old man receives a response e-mail from his son: "Beloved Father, please don't touch the garden. It's there that I have hidden 'the THING'. I love you, too, Ahmed"

    At 4pm the US Army, The Marines, the FBI, the CIA and the Rangers visit the house of the old man, take the whole garden apart, search every inch, but can't find anything. Disappointed they leave the house.

    A day later, the old man receives another e-mail from his son. "Beloved Father, I hope the garden is dug up by now and you can plant your potatoes. That's all I could do for you from here. I love you, Ahmed."
     
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    Wow that is an expansive list. Guess I souldn't discuss the Gas on my work truck possibly becoming an Explosive, I drive a Hazmat truck, if I were to get into a Collision during the upcoming Snow event in my area. That would likely cause a Chemical Spill Incident, maybe even near the Airport I deliver to. Yeah, I souldn't talk about that...LOL
     
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    No small wonder the government is fearful of our citizens. Maybe try to use more commonsense and reduce redistribution efforts for a happier citizenry?
     

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