Demote or promote?

I sent out a couple emails using some “back channels” after I posted this. I wonder if it got someone stirred up:

Domain Name   usdoj.gov ? (U.S. Government)
IP Address   149.101.1.# (US Dept of Justice)
ISP   US Dept of Justice
Location  
Continent  :  North America
Country  :  United States  (Facts)
State  :  District of Columbia
City  :  Washington
Lat/Long  :  38.9097, -77.0231 (Map)
Distance  :  2,071 miles
Language   English (U.S.)
en-us
Operating System   Microsoft WinXP
Browser   Internet Explorer 6.0
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; DOJ3jx7bf; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; InfoPath.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727)
Javascript   version 1.3
Monitor  

Resolution  :  1024 x 768
Color Depth  :  32 bits

Time of Visit   Mar 25 2008 8:42:16 am
Last Page View   Mar 25 2008 8:43:03 am
Visit Length   47 seconds
Page Views   3
Referring URL http://search.yahoo….args=0&pstart=1&b=31
Search Engine search.yahoo.com
Search Words atf forfeiture blog
Visit Entry Page   http://blog.joehuffm…ThinkForfeiture.aspx
Visit Exit Page   http://blog.joehuffm…ThinkForfeiture.aspx
Out Click    
Time Zone   UTC-4:00
Visitor’s Time   Mar 25 2008 12:42:16 pm
Visit Number   273,824

They are looking pretty deep because my blog was number 39 on the list of hits.

I just wonder if they will find it cause to demote or to promote.

2 thoughts on “Demote or promote?

  1. They certainly won’t be demoted for their attitude, but someone may be privately repremanded for revealing it in such a blatant fashion. Was there a rash of firings after the brief blowout over the “Good-O’-Boy Roundup”? Nope. They just put the lid on it and the story went away. Then they went into Texas and killed some people.

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