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mymomwasright Donating Member (135 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-27-06 08:42 PM
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4. Well there are two sides to this..
There's the little agreement you probably click on from the DOD that says you will use the puter in an official capacity, won't visit blogs, etc. I get one I have to click while logging on.

Then there's probably the fact that co-workers of yours probably blog at drudge, limbaugh, or what have you. I wouldn't make any posts while on the government computer. If your co-workers are frequenting wingnut pages, that's your defense. Same with the radio. You could try to point out Faux is BS, but that's usually an exercise in futility on a base.:patriot:
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