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February 15, 2007

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mythago

Good points. Then there are the witness who not only don't know, but don't know how to know.

"Sir, if I told you that I would give you a million dollars cash if you could get the answer to that question for me in 24 hours--who might you talk to, to find out that answer?"

"I don't know."

"What documents would you look for, if you knew that it meant a million dollars if you found them?"

"I don't know."

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