- Dec 8, 1998
- Reaction score
- n. 1. The act or process of locating
The initial Gazette report, which cited an unnamed source, said that Rodriguez “destroyed all or most of the paperwork filed relating to every player on the Mountaineer roster and virtually all of the activities conducted by the programs over the past seven years.”
Must have been tough work destroying all those stone tablets. Not to mention engraving them in the first place.
For crying out loud. What decade is it in West Virginia?
That'll teach their A.D. to flip the channel when those IBM ads come on.
Seriously, what... file cabinets full of manila folders? Really? Was this stuff handwritten in pencil on loose leaf?
This just in... know that thing you play Solitaire on? See, you can get really big, fast, powerful ones. Some people even stick several of them on a big rack. You can store stuff on there, and you could even store a second copy of the same stuff on a different one located pretty much anywhere else in the world. You know, just in case. They can even be connected through a series of tubes, and... AND... you can have them protected from unauthorized access. Sounds like magic, I know. But I swear it's true.
You're welcome. Meantime, hey, good luck with aaaall that.