Thursday, April 12, 2007

For me the Internet is just yet another way of being rejected by women.

A reminder email and our Googler-in-Chief:

According to CNBC’s unofficial transcript, he replied: “Occasionally. One of the things I’ve used on the Google is to pull up maps. It’s very interesting to see that. I forgot the name of the program, but you get the satellite and you can — like, I kind of like to look at the ranch on Google, reminds me of where I want to be sometimes. Yeah, I do it some.” He added: “I tend not to email or — not only tend not to email, I don’t email, because of the different record requests that can happen to a president. I don’t want to receive emails because, you know, there’s no telling what somebody’s email may — it would show up as, you know, a part of some kind of a story, and I wouldn’t be able to say, `Well, I didn’t read the email.’ `But I sent it to your address, how can you say you didn’t?’ So, in other words, I’m very cautious about emailing.”


Don Snabulus said...

Map the ranch, fight terra, sport the trips, walk around computer...might be bad...might have. the . you know email. Can't get fooled again.

Overdroid said...

Yep, email sure is dangerous. Best to delete it or send it through the RNC so it's not recorded. 5 million times.

Dean Wormer said...


I just thought the quote was interesting in the context of the email scandal that's growing since Bush made it over a year ago.


As a worker at a private company I make no pretense that any of my email could ever really be deleted. They back-up everything.

In the case of White House emails I doubt they'll ever see the light of day.