How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Two tidbits..

It wasn't the pain as much as the stupid. A farting dog happens to be highly explosive. My question is, who was the guy that got the job of swabbing the toy's anus?

Meanwhile, these aren't the documents you're looking for says Shrub. I hate to break it to you people, but you have no right to know what actually happened on 9/11, and the government is under no compulsion to tell you. Keep your mouth shut and get back in line.

You know, it's not so much that they're covering things up as that they're so bad at it. I mean, seriously folks. This is a joke. It almost makes one think you didn't plan this crap and are only covering it up after the fact, but you and I know that's bullshit. You had years to get everything in place, but now there's leaks, and apparently things in secure documents that everyone knows exists... stupid. Hell, the least you could do is release a tape with 17 minutes of silence in the middle of a conversation, or a document where sixteen of twenty pages have been eradicated by black marker, save for a few words per page giving people the message: "...opportunity to... stifle... dissent... and conquer... the world."

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