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October 07, 2006

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GreenmanTim

An invasion begins. Time passes...
"hmm pretty flowers." More time passes...
"hmm, there are some more of them." More time passes...
"Um, are those supposed to be growing through the asphalt?" More time passes...
"Hey, where's my lawn?" More time passes..
"We need a system of early detection and rapid response!" More time passes...
"This invasion is too costly to control. We need to focus on preventing new invaders." More time passes...

Sissy Willis

"There is an exponential rise in cost of control the more time elapses between a new invasion and its detection and between detection and response."

Echoes of creeping dhimmitude in the cultural ecosystem.

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