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February 04, 2002

Sheriff pagers put to dirty use
Port Clinton News-Herald | Submitted by: Incubus
Using the department's paging system to comment on a coworker's nice ass, or even to arrange for sex? Say it ain't so.. "You know I can go home with you if you want to smell me all night." [Surely that is official business and just taken out of context.]

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Bush's game of death bingo
Associated Press | Submitted by: the tex
"Each time a member of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida terror network is killed, an "X" is marked on a presidential scorecard. Incorporating his love for baseball with the war on terrorism, President Bush ordered his aides to produce a photo scorecard." I'll take Bin Laden to block.

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Open Source Intelligence
The Atlantic | Submitted by: Soylent
"Open-source intelligence 'frequently appears less valuable than classified information because it does not carry the classification mystique,' Wilson wrote in 1995. 'Because it appears less valuable, it is shared more freely and used more. The irony is by sharing it more the information's value and usefulness increases.' Within the Pentagon, Wilson told me, reports that were posted on AI [an open-source intelligence BBS within the U.S. government] have been stamped with classified markings and used in briefings. An old trick of John Boyd's, Wilson said, was to get data into circulation by leaving it in 'the head' [bathroom]."

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