[hackerspaces] Vetting new members

jaromil jaromil at dyne.org
Tue Jul 21 19:51:13 CEST 2009

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On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 08:13:47PM +0200, Harry wrote:
> > I would  not hand  out a key  to a  new member. We  have discussed
> > requiring background checks before  providing keys. This is easily
> > done in 5 minutes for free in Maryland using the courts website.
> I've  got a  HUGE  criminal  record, so  be  carefull. Law  articles
> included  are  theft, robbery,  break  and  entry (1000x),  violence
> against people, things and police-officers, insult of the queen, her
> country and her book of law.   I broke the telecom law ofcourse, and
> was accused  of being a member  of a criminal  organisation. And the
> list keeps growing.


you forgot to  mention you are one of the  most respectful hackers who
gave birth  to the  legendary ASCII collective,  run some of  the most
appreciable activities in its  many hackerspaces and always managed to
contribute huge quantities of LOVE to keep people together.

but  of course  you'll  never say  that  about yourself  :) 
just keep splashing shit on your face, my merd-man! :))

i can witness  Harry also makes use of very  good drugs, namely Triple
Trappist, and  yes his  influence is  so bad that  he got  me addicted
too. beware of those monks, should  be vetted out of any space indeed!
noone can redeem us anymore!

ciao :)

p.s. thanks a lot Steve for your answer. indeed i couldn't do anything
better about  this thread  than spare some  sarcasm for those  who can
enjoy it.  and i'm also glad i'm such a type that would get vetted out
so easily :) gives me more time to hang around with merry people.

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  richest bozo  in the  pond" tend  to be elected  by a  population of
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