Thursday, October 21, 2004

Freedom restored
FLINT, Michigan - According to internal reports from the Riverfront Character Inn, the director of said Inn recently banned the use of Instant Messenger after an unfortunate incident in which a young woman chatted with a young man.

After much prayer and consultation with Bill Gothard, founder and president of IBLP, the RCI leadership has decided to lift the ban. With, we hope, stipulations on what constitutes appropriate use of this communication medium.

RCI residents rejoiced in their restored freedom, pointing out that many students depend on IM to communicate with parents, siblings, and secret lovers.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The leadership SAYS that they decided to lift the ban, but in truth they were unable to get it blocked on the firewall because you can set the AIM client to run on any port.

Saying that the leadership came to the correct decision would be giving them undeserved credit.

11:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

calling them "leadership" is giving them undeserved credit.

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nah, they just couldn't disable AIM without taking away connection to regular email servers, so they didn't. Now, they have.

10:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, they can. In fact, I've worked on their router. I suppose I could have turned it back on...

3:42 PM  

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