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I believe the 187 is actually the police for Murder. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=187
Radley2, that's true...for the most part. Generally speaking, the activity takes place on the SMTP, POP3, or Exchange servers from the point that the sender clicks "send" and the recipient retrieves the email (to his/her computer) and their email client deletes the message from the server. At that point, the email is no longer present on the server. As a governmental entity, the IRS is required by law to maintain historical archives of email traffic. In the case of the IRS, they contracted a third-party service called Sonasoft to maintain the legally-required archive. It's interesting to note that the IRS cancelled its contract with Sonasoft a few weeks after this whole thing came to light. But, I'm sure that's all coincidental. Uh-huh.
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HighCommander Wrote: Mar 14, 2014 10:44 AM
Um...George, please try to keep up. A Senator votes once in favor of bringing the bill to the floor (where it will certainly pass), and then against it to show his bona fides as a "conservative" when he knows he has no power to stop it. The pivotal vote is the one where he can have an impact (i.e. the vote to being it to the floor), not the actual floor vote. The floor vote is a foregone conclusion to fail; that's why the vote to bring it to the floor is the one to watch. I'm surprised I have to tell people these things.
Perhaps not. Maybe she should perform it COMPLETELY CLOTHED! Imagine the scandal THAT would create! Her career may not survive! /sarc
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