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FEMA Sorry for Faking News Briefing

platypus Re:Duh? (403 comments)

Hmm, my instant thought was similiar, but a little bit different:

"What the hell did they manage to do before, so that they thought
they'd could also get this through?"

You are not going from zero to full speed when starting playing dirty.
You start small, next time you get a little bit more couragous,
and each time more. You either stop increasing the risk at
one point, or you'll get caught eventually.

The question is, what kind of ploys have been done by the jokers
responsible for this before, and didn't get noticed???

more than 6 years ago

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