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http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/08/us/san-francisco-killing/

 

The gun used in the killing of a San Francisco woman was stolen from a vehicle belonging to a federal agent's. Now, was it negligent for the fed to leave a gun in his car? This reminded me of when I worked for the US Department of Labor/ Census. We had  small IBM computers with the red eraser button in the middle, really low tech, but we guarded them with our lives. Since I had my computer with me in Maine, with conducting interviews in sub zero weather or mapping outdoors, I had a couple of screens shatter and got replacements. My sons used to say I must hold the Guiness Book  record of computer replacements. Then, there was a news story reporting over 100 government computers had been left on airplanes  that year. Of course all of us bottom-feeding workers wondered, guiltily, if it was our Department.  No, we were informed that all the left-behind computers were forgotten by the FBI and CIA. It's a world gone mad.

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