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THe signatures are on page 14

Page 14. A simple NDA can be done in less than two pages.

A word about Nunberg and the GJ subpoena

As someone who frequently handles subpoena compliance, there are a few things that strike me here.

Often, in a criminal investigation, the subject will be informed that communicating the contents of the subpoena in such a way as to compromise the investigation can constitute a criminal offense.

So, if you are subpoenaed about Joe, then you donít ring up Joe and say ďHey, they want to ask me questions about you.Ē

Notice that Nunberg made a number of claims about what is in the subpoena, but didnít provide a copy to any of the news organizations. He did keep mentioning a particular date - November 1, 2015 - but he also said the subpoena was about a date range.

He also made sure that Erin Burnett would smell alcohol, and then said he was taking anti-depressants.

If he wanted to make a point about how broad the subpoena is, why didnít he let anyone else read it, why would he keep mentioning a single date, and why would he behave in a fantastically erratic manner to lead people to believe he was not in control of his faculties?

IMHO, there is a simple answer to all three questions.

Whats your favorite joke that ends with "I'm trying, but the duck won't let me!"

I dont speak German, but this bank looks interesting.

Alfred Gusenbauer, Austria's former chancellor

In case anyone was wondering.


Throughout 2013, the firm also set up "educational events" and meetings that featured Ukrainian government officials and other experts on Ukraine and the EU. It is not clear from the documents whether Mercury's experts were also paid. Among the firm's listed experts were Alfred Gusenbauer, Austria's former chancellor, and Romano Prodi, Italy's former prime minister. The firm said it also arranged meetings with legislators and congressional staffers as well as think tanks and the media.

We need to make it easier to lock people up without charges

In order to avoid infringement of our Second Amendment rights, local authorities need more power to lock up dangerous people, regardless of whether theyíve committed a crime.

That seems to be a common refrain. Oh well, just the price of liberty, I suppose.

All of the armed school guards will be of good character around kids

By all means, letís recruit lots of strangers with guns to hang out with school kids. Iím sure they will all be the finest people to be around teenagers. They will all have college degrees and a deep understanding of the developmental psychology of the kids. We have thousands and thousands of such qualified people just sitting around doing nothing.

I filed a public records request for government payments to enemies for counterfeit Asian soup

I will let you know the results of my faux pho foe fee FOIA.

Prince interviewed about "dead celebrity" digital performances....


GW: With digital editing, it is now possible to create a situation where you could jam with any artist from the past. Would you ever consider doing something like that?

0{+> : Certainly not. That's the most demonic thing imaginable. Everything is as it is, and it should be. If I was meant to jam with Duke Ellington, we would have lived in the same age. That whole virtual reality thing... it really is demonic. And I am not a demon. Also, what they did with that Beatles song ["Free As a Bird"], manipulating John Lennon's voice to have him singing from across the grave... that'll never happen to me. To prevent that kind of thing from happening is another reason why I want artistic control.

Question about Lets Make a Deal Show

Okay, I've wondered about this for years.

You are on Let's Make A Deal, and Monty Hall asks you to choose Door 1, 2 or 3. You choose Door 2. Monty Hall then shows you what is behind Door 3, and it is a bale of hay. He then asks you if you want to switch to Door 1. You switch to Door 1, and behind that door is a donkey and a cart.

Is that supposed to be a joke, or do you really get to keep the donkey and the cart?

I mean, hey, they said it was your prize, right? I wonder if anyone ever sued them to get the donkey and the cart.

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