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May 15, 2006

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(not that) Larry

Perhaps it's not the government.

Posted by: Neo | May 15, 2006 at 10:14 AM

Fertik: Anyone can buy a list of your incoming and outgoing phone calls, cell or land-line, for $110 online...
So I went to their site, plopped down $110, and within a day I had a list of every single phone number that called my cell, or that I called from my cell, for the month of November. I even had the dates the calls were made, and for a premium I could find out how long the calls were.

My cell provider itemizes all this info, including the length of the calls, on my monthly bill. If Fertik had asked me, he could have swapped carriers and gotten all that info for free.

(not that) Larry

As for a Rove indict, I predict June 31st :-)

Posted by: ordi | May 15, 2006 at 12:29 PM

LOL, or the day after, the 12th of Never?

nobody actually knows who the sources really are, or were, any more.

Posted by: JM Hanes | May 15, 2006 at 02:53 PM

I think you're onto something here.

clarice

WSJ picks up the story. http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB114774060320053665-N7xushJ1UIqClPt0DFX5HjgkQQQ_20060615.html?mod=tff_main_tff_top

clarice

WSJ picks up the story. http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB114774060320053665-N7xushJ1UIqClPt0DFX5HjgkQQQ_20060615.html?mod=tff_main_tff_top

clarice

MayBee, at the June 14 Epic meeting, it was McGovern who pumped the forgery bit. I think he was the one who realized how much that canard added to the fairytale.

Sue

Clarice,

What story? The link isn't working for me.

Other Tom

Let's focus a bit on this "24 business hours" stuff. Has anyone ever heard that term used anywhere? I certainly haven't. "Three business days" is the common, actually universal, usage. Not only have I never heard a reference to some number of business hours, but I don't think there is a sentient being on this planet who would construe "24 hours" to mean 24 business hours unless it was explicitly stated that way. So there's a real problem with the "sources'" report of the deadline. Next, why would Rove be given 24 hours (or any other amount of time) to "get his affairs in order?" It's not as though he's going to go to jail. If he's indicted, he'll surrender, get booked, and be on the street in an hour, as was Libby. Could these and other oddities in the account simply be the result of garbling and misunderstanding? It's hard to believe that there isn't at least something behind this story--but remember, these are the folks who alerted us to the 22 imminent indictments. Go figure...

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