breadcrumbs and collusion
Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr.
LarrySheldon at cox.net
Fri Sep 26 07:45:43 CDT 2008
michael.dillon at bt.com wrote:
>> However, it makes little sense to close your gate to keep
>> the stray dogs out of your yard, if they can just come in via
>> your neighbour's gate and climb over the fences.
> It makes a lot of sense. Having closed your gate, and discovered
> a stray dog in your back yard, you can call the animal control
> people and they stand a good chance of catching that stray dog.
Like most NANAE ...eerrr...NANOG metaphors this one is broken.
We are not talking about stray dogs, were are talking about bad behaviour.
If I keep them from dealing that stuff in my parking lot I do several
things, in approximate priority order:
My clean customers don't have to suffer any effects of the bad guys
being on my lot.
The bad guys learn it is not a good place to try to deal.
The Law knows one place they don't have to worry about.
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