Well, Foggy, you are a smart rooster. Too bad no one else is interested in taking my advice.Foggy wrote:All fixed. Allegedly look up. That's how you allegedly do it, peeps.Sterngard Friegen wrote:Because of GIL's propensity to sue people, I would suggest posters on this thread review their posts and add the magic word "allegedly" where appropriate.
That's UNPOSSIBLE. We're talking about NINETY FOUR hard drives that just coincidentally are broken into two groups of 47 each?Reality Check wrote:I think we are confusing two sets of hard drives. I think the 47 hard drives that Arpaio was trying to have destroyed are still in possession of the Judge Snow's court or the monitor in Arizona. The hard drives that Montgomery turned over to the FBI supposedly contained the source code for Montgomery's magic spyware and evidence that the FBI and CIA was spying on everyone.
When Arpaio testified in Snow's court, he said Montgomery told him the hard drives had evidence of the federal government spying on everybody, including Judge Snow. That's what he said he was doing -- trying to protect the judge from government spying . But he said they were junk.
It SOUNDS like two different sets of hard drives because ALLEGEDLY Klayman is so allegedly talented at falsely describing the alleged contents that his alleged descriptions of the alleged contents are allegedly so different. But Klayman is allegedly such an allegedly talented alleged liar that next week (allegedly) he's going to claim that those 47 allegedly hard drives allegedly contain evidence that Obama was allegedly born in Kenya, allegedly the son of Malcolm Allegedly X and a lady allegedly from Duluth.