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Allan Snavely, Lawrence Livermore Lab CTO, Dies Unexpectedly
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anon4553050602
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anon4553050602,
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7/20/2014 | 1:03:34 AM
Snavely the pimp
Snavely was a prostitute and pimp for Burton Smith and his baloney Tera MTA machine. Snavely was essentially a paid pitchman for that crappy, lame box to allow Smith and Rottsolk to dump their stock and enrich themselves at the expense of the investment community.
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cbabcock,
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7/18/2012 | 8:45:53 PM
re: Allan Snavely, Lawrence Livermore Lab CTO, Dies Unexpectedly
Mrs. Snavely, Thanks for your feedback at this difficult time. Allan was the kind of character I greatly admire. I regret he wasn't left on this earth long enough for our paths to cross. Charlie
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nansnavely,
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7/17/2012 | 9:32:25 PM
re: Allan Snavely, Lawrence Livermore Lab CTO, Dies Unexpectedly
Mr. Babcock, this was one of the best articles written about my husband, Allan. I am amazed you researched his bike rides so well. And weighed evenly his love for cycling with his love for science. The Oregon ride was a tough one for me. He called me around 11pm telling me that it was raining really hard and his bike light went out and he couldn't see the road...he was still riding through the mountains. I told him he had to stop at the next gas station and call a cab to take him to the hotel. He did what I told him to do only because there was a McDonalds right next door. Hungry v. Pride? He had to forgo his ego of not finishing the ride completely and let the taxi take him the rest of the way...thought it was only about a mile. Again, our entire family loved and appreciated your article. Nancy Snavely


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