Friday, September 10, 2004

One other thing re: documents

If you want a detailed analysis of why these documents are obvious forgeries, just check around the blogosphere: Powerline, LGF, Hugh Hewitt, Instapundit, etc. have pretty much exposed them.

But here's my contribution. The memo linked below is titled "Subject: CYA." My question: was "CYA" a commonly used acronym in the 1973 American vernacular? I doubt it, but I wasn't alive. Thoughts?

2 Comments:

At 1:49 AM, Blogger Bo said...

Nate, I honestly have no idea what CYA means. That part of the memo completely lost me. But at the rate that everything else is falling down around these documents, I'm going to jump on your bandwagon now - buying your stock when it's low.

 
At 8:58 AM, Blogger Tortfeasor said...

Well, I know "CYA" now means "cover your ass," but I would guess that the origins of this acronym are fairly recent (like, internet-age recent).

 

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