Exon communication decency Act, senator Exon. exon bill
Ms. Jane Doe, a pesticide saleswoman from Vacaville, California, wishes to e-mail her friend (and pesticide wholesaler), Mr. John Q. Public, the following passage from Nicholson Baker's novel, "The Fermata" (Random House, 1994):
"It was a handsome dick, no question; watching him, Marian felt she needed
to hold that purple stanchion for herself at least once. "Sylvie?" she asked.
"You won't mind if I make sure your lover is good and stiff for you, will
"No, just do it fast and get him in there!" said Sylvie, kissing her own bicep muscle. "Either that or shove one of those big dildo-dicks up my cunt and jerk him off into my asshole. Your choice, But get something big up my cunt now!"
Under proposed federal legislation, e-mailing this passage could land Ms. Doe in federal prison, and she could lose her pesticide business as well.
But if she and Mr. Public each owned a copy of "HexOn Exon", she could send this message, and any other text message, without fear of getting caught by the government or destroying the moral fibre of our nation's youngsters. She would simply first run the text of her e-mail through the program before sending it.
"HexOn Exon" incorporates a search-and-replace routine, using the names of the 84 Senators who voted in favor of the Exon amendment as code words for naughty terms.
Ms. Doe can now safely e-mail her message to Mr. Public. When Mr. Public receives the message, he simply runs it back through his copy of "HexOn Exon" to get the original text.
Yes, now you can have your exon and eat it too!
If you are unable to receive files at your InterNet address, you can find HexOn Exon on Private Idaho BBS (208-338-9227).
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Exon Amendment "Fan" Page.
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