I thought the exact same thing. Those test use words that are not related.
I couldn’t help but notice he didn’t brag about counting backwards from 100 by 7. He bragged about the easiest part of the test.
What a snowflake!
Don’t like it? Don’t read it.
That tax rate was easily offset by the company investing their profits back into the company infrastructure and employees. I’m old enough to remember when that worked.
What’s really scary is he claims he was a teacher. I hate to think how he influenced all those young minds.
Same here. And even if I didn’t, my local power plant uses renewables and natural gas, not coal. Plus, the energy efficiency of using electricity off the grid to power an EV is far better than that of an ICE vehicle.
I’m old enough to know what a true Nazi was and I also know that they started out the same way the current Republican party is. The Republican party is heinous.
While tanked up on coke.
There is a process that has to be followed. Everyone that the declassified info affected has to be notified that the information is now out in the open. All classified documents that refer to the declassified documents now have to be amended as well. It’s not simple.
TFG had documents that contained asset information – spies. Those spies HAD to be informed that their covers were no longer secure and they had to assume the covers were blown. We had an unusually large loss of assets under TFG’s administration. I guess we now know why. TFG not only had those documents, he was known to show them to people who had no business seeing them.
Monkey boy Fernando has shown us all that he knows nothing about the handling of documents such as the TS SCI documents TFG had. Such documents should be viewed in a SCIF and even if someone was somehow there who did not have the appropriate clearance, they would not be allowed to see the documents.
We covered a lot of this extensively back when we first found out about the stolen documents. I guess monkey boy wasn’t around then or it was just too complicated for him to grasp.
Drawn by someone who has never had any contact with the scientific community.