I used to chat on IRC and some users used TOR proxies for access. As I recall, Efnet and Dalnet used to kick out TOR ip addresses. If IRC networks can know which are TOR ip's coming out then certainly the government can know which machines are connecting to TOR going in.
quote:As a long time reader of your bullshart, I've learned that every time you self-declare voctory, It's a sure sign you've lost, and you know it.
Funny how this "lost" person is your clocks.
quote:... says the man that's never evn attempted to buy a firearm from a gun show. Here's a clue. Not everything in Huffpo, Media Matters, and DailyKos are true.
You even had the ignorance to declare that "virtually all" guns sold at gun shows were by licensed dealers who follow the law.
You're being cutesy with the word "dealers".
Private sellers are de facto dealers.
Anyone "engaged in the business" of selling guns must get a license and conduct background checks on their customers. Our investigation found many sellers at gun shows who say they are just "private collectors" but are doing brisk and lucrative business selling guns without background checks.
1. ALL dealers at gun shows are required by law to have an FFL license.
2. ALL FFL dealers at gun shows and elsewhere are required by law to run a background check before the sale.
3. Guns are sold every day over the internet anonymously by private parties via Craigslist, newspaper classifieds, nickel ads, etc.
4. Nothing Rex or TitATL have argued in this thread are based in any fact whatsoever.