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  • As it stands today, the WOPR is the law of the land for over 2.5 million acres of forests in Western Oregon, and the BLM is taking steps to implement the plan on the ground.

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  • "Today's report affirms the need to protect old-growth coastal forests used by this seabird to nest and raise their young -- yet another in a growing list of reasons that the Obama administration should withdraw the Western Oregon Plan Revisions (also known as WOPR)," said Kristen Boyles, an Earthjustice attorney.

    Earthjustice Press Releases

  • There is a thing called WOPR, the Western Oregon Plan Revision, that they say would increase logging in Oregon on public lands by about 436\%.

    The Oregon Catalyst

  • “Dude, you think if we showed David Lightman his future, he'd let WOPR start a nuclear war?”

    The Games We Play

  • As the WOPR finally learned in War Games: sometimes “the only way to win is not to play the game”.

    First look: the Emperor’s New Health Care Proposal. | RedState

  • Before the Romanian cybercriminals, before Angelina Jolie and Jonny Lee Miller breached the Gibson mainframe, before even Matthew Broderick accessed the WOPR military supercomputer and narrowly averted launching World War III, the word "hacker" meant something very different.

    Steven Levy On Mark Zuckerberg And The Hacker Spirit

  • You are not allowed to list two vague computers from Dr. Who only to leave the WOPR off the list!

    Wired Top Stories

  • Unlike WOPR, computers like HAL and Skynet actively and "consciously" chose to become malicious.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The problem with WOPR is that it was simply doing what it was programmed to do.

    Wired Top Stories

  • I feel like I have stumbled into a subculture I never knew existed, like finding out that people write WOPR/KITT slashfic.

    Kids and Cages Go Together Like Apples and Razor Blades | Live Granades


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  • The supercomputer from the movie WarGames.

    June 27, 2013