LOL. The project involves inland fresh water preservation--I guess I could
revise my interview questions: "Would you say that the aggressive
reproduction of the zebra mussel could be considered to constitute (ahem)
*terrorist activity* in lake Michigan?"
On the other hand, I have heard that those FOIA requests can really get
bogged down in red tape so I have a feeling it would interfere with my
ability to give a timely response to my clients...
On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:28 PM, Ziya Oz <email@example.com> wrote:
> Livia Labate:
> > it would be simple to plug a phone or polycom into it
> Easy options:
> Easiest option:
> Let the government do it for you. Use a few choice words so the Feds can
> record it. Then make a Freedom of Information Act request and get a
> transcript to boot.
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