Don't do this to me. You have a photographic memory. You
remember. Don Imus said his hearing was getting so bad that some times he couldn't make out the difference between . . . the.
. . "'T' and the 'P' "? Remember Stear and Sp . . Yvonne, don't look at me like that. You know I hate it when you . . .
Don, Sir, it is not a question of "if" there will be another Bio attack,
it is only a question of when. I know you some times have difficulty focusing your mind but try, Don, try. It is going to
the way this risk is independent of Iraq. It is 50-50 that we are worse off or better off in the immediate short term. It
is a purely technical question. Certainly we are better off with one less bad guy, but there is no question of strategy.
in other words, if it were not Saddam Hussein this time it will be someone else, later, tomorrow or the next day. (Saddam
should have been taken out years ago. Go over the check list of twelve million reasons Saddam Hussein should be killed. If
you say yes to any one reason the discussion is over. The amount of time spent discussing this is beyond my comprehension.
The strategic question is that the aggressor has the advantage in Bio warfare. With today's technology short of quarantine
zones and travel buffer quarantine requirements the advantage will remain with the aggressor for years. We forget that quarantine
was a standard practice 50 years ago.
But these questions are not being examined because people like Don Imus let some FBI has
been . . .
Counselor: That is a little harsh isn't
No, no , that's how he talks on that show.
Haven't you ever listen-
Some FBI Man, tell us that now-a-days
we can treat small pox and plague . . . What bulls- ok, ok, (she is very demanding, I always have to be on my best behavior
with her) .
Don, may I call you Don?, ask him: ' So , tell us, Mr. FBI Man, what is the treatment for a virus that has genes from
say Rabies and Ebola and Oh, ah, the common Flu virus for example?' Ask him that Don. 'Mr. FBI Man, do you know what to do
when your teeth lock together and blackened blood starts oozing out from under your arms?'
Don't worry we have everything under control.
Yeah, sure, I feel better already. We are not even discussing the real issues because people like Don Imus are in charge.
Counselor: I still think that is a little
No, no , believe me that is how they talk
there, back in New York City.
Counselor: Well if you say so. . . ah
. . . the " "t" and the "p" " wasn't that in the notebook that was stolen?
Counselor: Well. . . don't you see .. . ?
See? See what?