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Bug 41345 - mindguard
Summary: mindguard
Status: RESOLVED WONTFIX
Alias: None
Product: Gentoo Linux
Classification: Unclassified
Component: New packages (show other bugs)
Hardware: All All
: High enhancement with 1 vote (vote)
Assignee: Gentoo Linux bug wranglers
URL: http://zapatopi.net/mindguard.html
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Reported: 2004-02-12 02:18 UTC by Charles Goodwin
Modified: 2011-05-07 16:00 UTC (History)
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Description Charles Goodwin 2004-02-12 02:18:47 UTC
What Is MindGuard?

MindGuard is a program for Amiga and Linux computers that protects your mind by actively jamming and/or scrambling psychotronic mind-control signals and removing harmful engrammic pollutants from your brain. It also has the ability to scan for and decipher into English specific signals so you can see exactly Who wants to control you and what They are trying to make you think.

MindGuard works by leveraging your computer's aluminum-based innards to both detect and emit psychotronic energy using advanced quasi-quantum techniques. Once a mind-control signal is identified and analyzed, MindGuard can generate a specially tuned anti-signal that will jam the incomming signal. If MindGuard is unable to properly identify the signal, it will generate psychotronic white noise to ensure the signal's harmful message is scrambled.

MindGuard is fully configurable and can be customized for the individual user using biorhythmic and eponymologic settings. MindGuard also includes an advanced DePsych utility, allowing the removal of almost all deep-burned memetic patterns -- including even commercial jingles.

With MindGuard, you can rest assured that your most valuable possession -- your mind -- is safe from the nefarious tinkering of evil-doers.
Comment 1 Ian Leitch (RETIRED) gentoo-dev 2004-02-12 19:13:14 UTC
Someday, someday...
Comment 2 Ken Page 2011-05-07 16:00:06 UTC
Please put MindGuard in Portage. We need it bad! :| .-.-.