Friday, June 02, 2006

Virtual net curtain twitching !

Apparently Texas is to offer live surveillance footage of the Mexican border on the internet. The idea is for web users anywhere in the world to report, by freephone, when they spot any apparently illegal border crossing.

This development will create a new bread of virtual net-twitchers and expand the concept of neighbourhood watch. A real 'reality show'.

For those who live close by there and are looking for a new hobby, get a bit of fresh air and exercise , there are the Minutemen

" a group of US civilian volunteers that has been patrolling the Mexican border began last week building a fence along a section of the frontier.
The Minutemen group started erecting the fence on privately-owned land in Arizona on Saturday, saying it is "doing the job the federal government will not do". "

Its a shame they can't have public hanging and flogging really. Damm liberals spoil all their fun .