The Secret Worldwide Transit Cabal
Friday, November 29, 2002
More on SAP(tm) Laureate Maggi Fimia of Seattle
"It is the unfortunate destiny of the ridiculous to be subject to ridicule."
James Howard Kunstler
"Truth passes through three phases: 1) It is ridiculed. 2) It is violently opposed. 3) It is accepted as self-evident." Albert Schopenhouer
From the Cabalmaster:
We've received information that SAP(tm) laureate Maggi Fimia, a former King County (WA) council member, would like you to forget one of her less astute remarks: "I'm a woman, and I have concerns about going underground." Referring, of course, to underground rail transit. We've checked with our FOC(s) / CAP(s) on site, and they confirm: Dorky as this comment sounds, Fimia actually gave it to the Seattle media. Why anyone would say something like this within earshot of a reporter for the Seattle Times, the Seattle P-I, The Stranger or (worst of all) KOMO TV-4, is beyond us.
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