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Comment Re:um.... (Score 1, Insightful) 156

Go to a modern well funded post office some time. They're incredibly efficient.

huh?

perhaps you live on a different world as I, but "efficient" businesses do not lose 1.9B USD every three months.

unfortunately, history has shown for at least 2500 hundred years that government bureaucracies always devolve into political quagmires, where empire building and ass-kissing trump sound business practices.

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Comment Re:oh delicious irony (Score 1) 465

man did everyone here wake up with a hangover this morning?

didn't anyone notice that i was, you know, just trying to be funny AND apply some reasonable logic to this?

how much would you care to wager that in less then a year, the site will be looking exactly like it did before?

because without a doubt, many many people without your "special shoes" have trampled over that site over the past centuries.

what GP did was reprehensible...that is so obvious its beyond question.

my OP just poked fun at the official who claimed "OMG this has never happened before!"

Comment oh delicious irony (Score -1, Troll) 465

"There is no known technique to restore it the way it was."

not to be over simplistic or even the least bit forgiving against GP and this ridiculously stupid stunt, but perhaps they should look into a device called a "rake".'

it does wonders in sand traps for removing footprints...a different beast to be sure but come on..."no known technique"? :)

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