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180 pounds of nuclear material missing in Canada
WABC | November 7, 2003 | John Loftus

Posted on 11/07/2003 7:47:41 PM PST by Allan

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To: CyberAnt
From what ive read it will make people sick and kill some.
It will also make the area at ground zero uninhabitable for a long time.
101 posted on 11/07/2003 8:39:35 PM PST by No Blue States
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To: CyberAnt
From my understanding, it depends on the material, etc. It could contiminate several blocks in an urban area for years...
102 posted on 11/07/2003 8:39:53 PM PST by Beck_isright (Socialists are like cockroaches. No matter how many die, 300 more are born under every cowpile.)
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To: jimbo123
Wrong. Materials are missing. Canada is parsing their denials. See link below:

All sources in it are unnamed.

103 posted on 11/07/2003 8:41:07 PM PST by FreeReign
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To: Allan
I hear that it's actually Don Cherry that's missing, not nuclear material. The nuclear material was found in Lanny MacDonald's moustache.
104 posted on 11/07/2003 8:41:18 PM PST by Benrand
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To: No Blue States
I think "the next big thing" terrorism-wise will be the introduction of foot & mouth disease into our livestock or some deadly mycotoxin on our grain supplies. The quickest way to create chaos anywhere is to limit or threaten food supply. It's hard to believe, because food is so accessible in the U.S. But, it was a food crisis that spurred the French Revolution (that's why they spend thousands more per acre on food subsidies than we do). I once had a tour of Hunt's Point (food terminal and distribution point) in New York, and I was stunned to find that Manhattan, were it isolated and cut off from outside food supplies on any day, would have exactly 2 days' food supply before chaos would break out.
105 posted on 11/07/2003 8:41:27 PM PST by hispanarepublicana (Mr. Fox, give us our water!!!)
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To: Doctor Stochastic
"It's pretty hard to carry 180lbs of stuff in a briefcase."

Based on our border security, they could smuggle 18,000 lbs across either our northern, southern or coastal borders.
107 posted on 11/07/2003 8:42:15 PM PST by Beck_isright (Socialists are like cockroaches. No matter how many die, 300 more are born under every cowpile.)
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To: jimbo123
Wrong. Materials are missing. Canada is parsing their denials. See link below:

All sources in it are unnamed.

108 posted on 11/07/2003 8:42:49 PM PST by FreeReign
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To: rhughe13
Maybe the guy's related Sheikh Yerbouhti
109 posted on 11/07/2003 8:42:50 PM PST by Poohbah ("Would you mind not shooting at the thermonuclear weapons?" -- Major Vic Deakins, USAF)
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To: meanie monster
It says on her website she went to Mohawk College which is in Hamilton Ontario. Same town as McMaster who has lost this nuclear material supposedly. It all ties together somehow. I don't think Jillian weighs 180 pounds though.
110 posted on 11/07/2003 8:43:11 PM PST by xp38
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To: Mo1
http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2003-04-03-alqaeda-usat_x.htm

Fugitive said to be al-Qaeda pilot

By Kevin Johnson and Toni Locy, USA TODAY

WASHINGTON — U.S. authorities believe that a former South Florida resident who is the subject of a worldwide manhunt is a licensed pilot with training in explosives and ties to top al-Qaeda leaders.

Authorities also believe that Adnan El Shukrijumah, known within al-Qaeda as "Ja'far the Pilot," was an acquaintance overseas of Jose Padilla, a former Chicago-area gang member who was arrested last year while allegedly plotting to acquire materials for possible use in a "dirty bomb" attack. A dirty bomb uses conventional explosives to spread radioactive material.

The interrogation of al-Qaeda operations chief Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, also has helped authorities develop a picture of El Shukrijumah as a well-connected operative with a range of skills that match the terrorist group's continuing interest in staging attacks with planes.

El Shukrijumah has six aliases and is believed to have received his pilot's training abroad, the counterterrorism official said. Authorities also believe El Shukrijumah may have attended an al-Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan.

"What we are concerned about with (El Shukrijumah) is what targets would he be interested in hitting domestically," the official said. "We know al-Qaeda has discussed hitting soft targets."

Information gathered since Mohammed's arrest has intensified investigators' interest in El Shukrijumah. He is described as a slightly built Saudi national who has traveled extensively in the USA, speaks flawless English and has a radical, fundamentalist view of Islam.

Authorities have described El Shukrijumah as a suspected operative with managerial skills similar to those of Mohamed Atta, the lead hijacker in the Sept. 11 attacks.

"I believe Ja'far is a threat to this country," the counterterrorism official said.

Officials say they believe that El Shukrijumah left the USA in the weeks before the Sept. 11 attacks, and that he is hiding overseas. He is believed to hold passports from Saudi Arabia, Canada, Trinidad and Guyana.
111 posted on 11/07/2003 8:43:26 PM PST by jimbo123
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To: Beck_isright
The rockets which were set to be sued to shoot down an El-Al plane were shipped via Canada Post. No kidding.
112 posted on 11/07/2003 8:44:38 PM PST by ayoshida
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To: Poohbah
It's being smuggled in hockey pucks.
113 posted on 11/07/2003 8:44:44 PM PST by Benrand
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To: FreeReign
i like B&A, they talk about stories that make you think, like this one.
114 posted on 11/07/2003 8:44:46 PM PST by oceanview
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To: Allan
You know, I've been out to dinner this evening and amazingly enough had a little go round with a "catholic" middle easterner at the bar which is an entirely different story (he accused me of being with the CIA and I tried to explain that I was a FREEPER) But I come home thinking of safety, tune into Free Republic and I see that there has been 180 pounds of nuclear material stolen, a man has been convicted of beheading his wife's three children, Christian children at a liberal university and an outbreak of the ebola virus in the congo. Prince Charles is possibly gay, thousands are fleeing Zimbwabe, mass graves have been found again in Iraq, geomagnetic storms could cause volcanos and quakes and I haven't even opened my bible yet. Somehow I feel like I have been transported to the Book of Revelations but I am praying that it is the three French Martini 302s.
115 posted on 11/07/2003 8:46:16 PM PST by Toespi
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To: John H K
[19]

I tend to agree with you.

What is Uranium Waste?

Is it 100% U235/U238/etc., or is it some lesser percent of U with other materials (possibly including other heavy radioactive materials)?

How much (of either 100% or some lesser %) is needed to make an effective dirty bomb?
116 posted on 11/07/2003 8:46:16 PM PST by Diddley (Liberal logic: I support the troops [read police], but I donít support the war [read fighting crime])
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To: I'm ALL Right!
You say 'Amen' but I'll settle for the Red River as the northern border
117 posted on 11/07/2003 8:46:34 PM PST by GeronL (Visit www.geocities.com/geronl)
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To: Doctor Stochastic
True.
Hoping its a hoax.
Then again,on sept 10th i would have believed planes hijacked into the twin towers and pentagon were tin foil paranoia.
I learned never to say never then.
One good thing, if its true we are alert for it now.
It could even be a diversion.
We know they want to hit us back and they are trying.
I trust Delta Force or someone is on it if true.
If its a hoax Freepers will expose it soon if the past is any indication.
118 posted on 11/07/2003 8:46:46 PM PST by No Blue States
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To: Beck_isright
"If any nuclear explosions occur in the U.S. as a result of this, I vote for returning some of our nuclear material on Riyadh, Meccah, and Medina"

Or Ottawa? (And maybe throw in Quebec City, just on general principles?)

119 posted on 11/07/2003 8:47:19 PM PST by Wampus SC
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To: ayoshida
Why is anyone suprised by anything happening in Mexico North?
120 posted on 11/07/2003 8:47:21 PM PST by Beck_isright (Socialists are like cockroaches. No matter how many die, 300 more are born under every cowpile.)
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To: Wampus SC
I got Ottawa in post#64.
121 posted on 11/07/2003 8:48:04 PM PST by Beck_isright (Socialists are like cockroaches. No matter how many die, 300 more are born under every cowpile.)
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To: GeronL
I'll settle for the Red River

My dad's only dying request was that I not marry anyone from north of the Red River.

PS: my own advice is that you should never eat Mexican food north of the Red River (unless it's an absolute emergency).

122 posted on 11/07/2003 8:48:08 PM PST by hispanarepublicana (Mr. Fox, give us our water!!!)
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To: Doctor Stochastic
It's pretty hard to carry 180lbs of stuff in a briefcase.

That's a good point. But what about in small bricks? It's my understanding these things are not all bundled up into 180 pounds. But then again, you still would need something to create the explosion, which would have to be rather large, and identifiable. Either way I don't think their plan would succeed. Remember, this is an organization that is desperate. I mean, really desperate. But then again, they are the master of covert operations and have already done it once. I wouldn't want to think of the ramifications if they succeeded again. Although I find that rather unlikely. BTW, have you heard from Osama lately?
123 posted on 11/07/2003 8:48:12 PM PST by rs79bm (Insert Democratic principles and ideals here: .............this space intentionally left blank.....)
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To: oceanview
http://abcnews.go.com/sections/us/Primetime/iraq_terrorthreats030320.html

Sources described El Shukrijumah as an al Qaeda field commander who trained under alleged terror financier Ramzi Binalshibh. They told ABCNEWS that the 27-year-old lived for years in Florida, and was identified by captured al Qaeda attack planner Khalid Shaikh Mohammed. Binalshibh and Mohammed are both in U.S. custody in undisclosed locations.

Mohammed also said that El Shukrijumah had been sent to the United States to carry out an operation, probably via Canada, sources said. He also may be linked to a so-called dirty bomb plot in which American Jose Padilla has been accused, they said.

The FBI said El Shukrijumah's whereabouts are unknown, but it is believed that he was in the United States shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. The bureau is trying to trace his movements since then. At one point, he lived in South Florida near some of the 9/11 hijackers, officials believe.

"El Shukrijumah is possibly involved with al Qaeda terrorist activities and, if true, poses a serious threat to U.S. citizens and interests worldwide," the FBI said in its alert.

El Shukrijumah was born in Saudi Arabia and is thought to be a terror operative on the level of Atta, the lead hijacker in the Sept. 11 attacks, sources said. One source described him as a "real bad guy."

He is described as 5-foot-3 to 5-foot-5, 132 pounds, with a Mediterranean complexion, black hair and black eyes. He occasionally wears a beard.

He does not have a pilot's license registered with the Federal Aviation Administration, but that does not mean he is not a trained pilot. He is believed to have trained at a flight school in Florida. Many of the Sept. 11 hijackers also got flight training in the state.

El Shukrijumah planned to return to South Florida in late 2001, but when the FBI interviewed his father at his home in Miramar, Fla., after Sept. 11, 2001, his mother warned him to remain outside the United States, saying she feared he would be arrested if he came back to the country, according to the FBI alert.

124 posted on 11/07/2003 8:48:39 PM PST by jimbo123
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To: No Blue States
i have my doubts that there are any "Jack Bauer" types left in the CIA to pursue things like this.
125 posted on 11/07/2003 8:49:25 PM PST by oceanview
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To: John H K
I think I'll suspend judgment on this one.

For one thing, nuclear waste could very definitely be used in a dirty bomb. Can you imagine what a fuss the yuppies would make if nuclear radiation were scattered all over New York or LA?

For another, I'm not entirely reassured by this statement from McMaster's University: "The University has no record of this individual ever attending school here or accessing the reactor," said Mamdouh Shoukri, McMaster's vice-president research.

Mamdouh Shoukri?
126 posted on 11/07/2003 8:50:17 PM PST by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: hispanarepublicana
I'm not planning to go north of the Red River, not even for the new Casino. Although I did spend a couple of weeks in Fletcher Okla when I was younger.
127 posted on 11/07/2003 8:50:29 PM PST by GeronL (Visit www.geocities.com/geronl)
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To: rs79bm
One quick observation so you'll sleep good tonight...

If dope peddlers can sneak 20,000 lbs of coke or grass into the U.S. almost daily, what makes you think smuggling 180 lbs of anything would be hard?

Sleep tight.
128 posted on 11/07/2003 8:50:40 PM PST by Beck_isright (Socialists are like cockroaches. No matter how many die, 300 more are born under every cowpile.)
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To: Poohbah
That was funny Poohbah!
129 posted on 11/07/2003 8:51:10 PM PST by Calpernia (Innocence seldom utters outraged shrieks. Guilt does.)
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To: John H K
Story is apparently COMPLETELY bogus.

Then, from the article you cite ...

"Faculty and staff have been conducting extensive inventory checks to ensure no nuclear or radioactive materials are missing from the facilities. So far, the checks have shown no equipment is unaccounted for."

The assertion appears to be that no EQUIPMENT is missing. That assertion is not responsive to an inquiry as to whether all radioactive material is accounted for.

130 posted on 11/07/2003 8:51:38 PM PST by Cboldt
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To: jimbo123
well, that's where I would start. grab his parents, do what is necessary to them (i'm dead serious), and see where it goes from there.
131 posted on 11/07/2003 8:51:42 PM PST by oceanview
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To: GeronL
Although I did spend a couple of weeks in Fletcher Okla when I was younger.

Maybe your workplace has an "Employee Assistance" program...

132 posted on 11/07/2003 8:51:43 PM PST by hispanarepublicana (Mr. Fox, give us our water!!!)
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To: Beck_isright
If dope peddlers can sneak 20,000 lbs of coke or grass into the U.S. almost daily, what makes you think smuggling 180 lbs of anything would be hard?

180 pounds of "anything" wouldn't be hard at all.

180 pounds of radioactive stuff: given how lax AQ can be about safety (witness the phenomenon of premature jihadulation), the smuggler is probably glowing in the dark just south of the US-Canadian border.

133 posted on 11/07/2003 8:52:21 PM PST by Poohbah ("Would you mind not shooting at the thermonuclear weapons?" -- Major Vic Deakins, USAF)
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To: Cicero
DDid Al-Qaeda Seek "Dirty Bomb" Materials in Canada?

Adnan el Shukrijumah (better known as "Jafar the Pilot") was in Canada last year, according to an FBI informant, and was posing as a student at Mc Master University in Ontario, which has a 5 megawatt nuclear research reactor.

He is said to have been part of an al-Qaeda cell, which operated in Canada and the United States, and which was planning an attack using "dirty bombs".

The informant says at least three other cell members were seen in Ontario last year: Anas al-Liby (who is sought by the FBI), Jaber A. Elbaneh, and Amer el-Maati.

The plan was to buy or steal radioactive materials from people who had access to research reactors, or to radioactive waste. The material would be packed around an explosive charge, and ,on detonation, could contaminate a fairly large area with low-level radiation: more of a psychological danger than a physical one.

It should be pointed out al-Qaeda planners have, in the past, come up with numerous "alarming" schemes, of which very few have been practical or effective.

Source: Washington Times, October 17, 2003.
134 posted on 11/07/2003 8:54:42 PM PST by jimbo123
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To: hispanarepublicana
Maybe I should be embarrassed, but I have actually zero idea what that may be a reference to.
135 posted on 11/07/2003 8:55:21 PM PST by GeronL (Visit www.geocities.com/geronl)
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To: No Blue States
Well, airplanes have been hijacked before.

When a truck carrying contaminated rebar drove into LAMPF (the driver was lost), the radioactivity detectors went off and a picture taken. Not much radioactivity but rebar shouldn't have any. The driver was identified and reached by phone at a Santa Fé truckstop. Investigation found that the rebar was contaminated in Mexico by cobalt from a dithermy machine that was stolen by someone here in the US and sold to Mexico for scrap (the thief didn't remove the cobalt.) The Mexican NRC equivalent traced this stuff to Juarez where some people had died of radiation sickness. A junkyard was decontaminated. Big story at the time.

The point is that there are radiation detectors all around for various reasons. Anyone carrying 180lbs of nuclear waste would show up pretty quick.

If the story is true, the thief should be pretty sick now and a search of hospitals should be useful.

Still seems to be a hoax. The lack of source for the story is a hint.
136 posted on 11/07/2003 8:55:27 PM PST by Doctor Stochastic (Vegetabilisch = chaotisch is der Charakter der Modernen. - Friedrich Schlegel)
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To: Poohbah
I think the only thing impeding the jihadis is that they still have a collective geopolitical conquest vision and have been well taught (Afghanistan and Iraq) that Uncle Sam will stomp it flat if they get too aggressive. Heaven help us if they lose even that and descend into literal pure hatred.
137 posted on 11/07/2003 8:56:08 PM PST by HiTech RedNeck ("Across this great nation people pray -- do not put out her flame" -- DFU. Go Godsquad!!!)
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To: Beck_isright
"I got Ottawa in post#64. "

OK. Is Halifax taken yet?

138 posted on 11/07/2003 8:56:28 PM PST by Wampus SC
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To: Beck_isright
I didn't say it couldn't be done. I was referring to an earlier post in which the question was asked as to what the makeup of the 180 pounds would be. I simply stated that in all likelyhood it would be in small fragments, not one large chunk. Nonetheless, the &*^&%^%%*&*& are desperate, and will try anything. But don't be fooled, we've overcome things in the past, and we'll overcome them again.
139 posted on 11/07/2003 8:57:05 PM PST by rs79bm (Insert Democratic principles and ideals here: .............this space intentionally left blank.....)
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To: John H K
"The University has no record of this individual ever attending school here or accessing the reactor," said Mamdouh Shoukri, McMaster's vice-president research, in a statement early Friday morning. "We have total confidence in the safety and security of the reactor. There is no indication whatsoever to substantiate the information in the story."

I wouldn't want to flame you, I hit the link to check it out, hoping this was more paranoia, but the word of someone called 'Mamdouh Shoukri' doesn't reassure me very much.

140 posted on 11/07/2003 8:57:46 PM PST by eldoradude (When all else fails, vote from the rooftops.)
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To: hispanarepublicana
These days it would be foolish to not have some water and food rat holed.
We still have some from y2k that wont expire for another decade.
But if a whole neighborhood or city is hungry or thirsty bullets may prove more valuable.
OR Faith...a tank full of gas might prove useful.
Fear is never the answer, nor is denial.
I pray the Good Lord and our Soliders continue to protect us from these demonic murderers.
141 posted on 11/07/2003 8:59:06 PM PST by No Blue States
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To: Doctor Stochastic
there are only detectors at fixed border crossings: roads, bridges, etc. crossing from canada into the US by boat across the lakes would not trip any of those. it would have to be picked up by satellite. i can't imagine that placing it in a lined container would be that hard.
142 posted on 11/07/2003 8:59:16 PM PST by oceanview
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To: Allan
That's it, I am staying off of cargo planes from now on!
143 posted on 11/07/2003 8:59:56 PM PST by OneTimeLurker
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To: eldoradude
http://nucnews.net/nucnews/2003nn/0304nn/030402nn.htm

Although El Shukrijumah does not have a pilot's license listed with the Federal Aviation Administration, authorities are concerned that he may be a trained pilot. Documents retrieved overseas linked one of his aliases to a flight school in Norman, Okla., where terror suspect Zacarias Moussaoui also received flight training.
144 posted on 11/07/2003 9:01:01 PM PST by jimbo123
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To: eldoradude
I wouldn't want to flame you, I hit the link to check it out, hoping this was more paranoia, but the word of someone called 'Mamdouh Shoukri' doesn't reassure me very much.

I think the dude is from India.

145 posted on 11/07/2003 9:01:24 PM PST by FreeReign
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To: Doctor Stochastic
You're probably right. I would like to think we have satellites tracking radioactive material, but I can't verify this. If we don't, I suggest NASA develop one. But then again, it would have a hard time passing Senate as Dems would attempt to block funding.
146 posted on 11/07/2003 9:01:33 PM PST by rs79bm (Insert Democratic principles and ideals here: .............this space intentionally left blank.....)
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147 posted on 11/07/2003 9:02:28 PM PST by Cindy
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To: hispanarepublicana
"PS: my own advice is that you should never eat Mexican food north of the Red River (unless it's an absolute emergency)."

Nor chili. Nor barbecue.

You can still get a good chicken-fried steak as far north as Fairview, Oklahoma, though.

148 posted on 11/07/2003 9:03:53 PM PST by okie01 (www.ArmorforCongress.com...because Congress isn't for the morally halt and the mentally lame.)
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To: GeronL
Maybe I should be embarrassed, but I have actually zero idea what that may be a reference to.

Wow. Then, I wanna work where you work! It's the deal you have to let employees go through for psycho-therapy, marriage counseling, drug or alcohol treatment, etc., before you can fire them or INSTEAD of firing them.

149 posted on 11/07/2003 9:03:58 PM PST by hispanarepublicana (Mr. Fox, give us our water!!!)
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To: FreeReign; eldoradude
I think the dude is from India.

Yipes, He's from Egypt.

150 posted on 11/07/2003 9:04:10 PM PST by FreeReign
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