Edward Linley Sambourne :: A formally dressed woman in a white dress and a black handbag walks along the street on June 15th, 1908. Allegedly at Kensington or Chelsea, London. [source: Edwardian Street Style at The Daily Mail]
Out of character(myself): You’re quite the looker Mr. Nigma~
First of all, Mr. Nigma, an apology for my redundancy in my last question. Second, how do you feel about being called attractive by so many people in the world(including myself)?
Your voice is perfect. I could listen to it all day.
—————- Always raises the spirits to receive credit where it is due. Why yes, my voice is perfect. Yes, I am accepting compliments. No, no, please, do go on! The fact of the matter is I feel positively about the whole affair because, well, it’s the truth. I’m rather charming, dashing, and certainly strike quite the figure on the screen, big, small or anywhere between.
On Sunday, FBI Director James Comey declared for the second time that Hillary Clinton committed no crimes
regarding her use of a private email server while she was Secretary of
State. Unsurprisingly, the reaction to this news was a highly partisan
one, and perhaps Comey did work some damage to the Clinton campaign (as
was the main criticism of his poorly timed public announcement). We can only speculate about that until Tuesday ends.
of speculation, a conspiracy theory immediately popped up on Twitter
after Comey issued his letter. The bureau took about a week to comb
through 650,000 messages amid all of the unsavory flotsam that surely resides on Anthony Weiner’s laptop. This was a lighting fast result, but was it too speedy?
Trump enthusiast General Michael Flynn — who was last seen declaring that Mark Cuban
was “not a legitimate person” — questioned how Comey and his staff
could possibly dig through an average of one email per second. He
tweeted that this was “IMPOSSIBLE,” and “something does not jive.”
IMPOSSIBLE: There R 691,200 seconds in 8 days. DIR Comey has thoroughly reviewed 650,000 emails in 8 days? An email / second? IMPOSSIBLE RT
And so, a conspiracy theory was born and began to spread like wildfire
across social media. Jeff Jarvis of BuzzMachine decided to confront the
storm head on by calling upon Edward Snowden for a judgment call on how
long the process would truly take.
Hey @Snowden, for context, how long would it take the NSA to dedupe 650k emails?
In the end, it sounds like the FBI actually may have taken their time, despite Comey’s insistence that round-the-clock maneuvers were required to dig though all of the emails before the election. Huh.
Trump himself barely uses email, so I’m not surprised he’d be questioning this due to a fundamental lack of understanding how emails work, but I’m a bit surprised a U.S. Army General would question this.