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FBI Traces Harvard Bomb Hoax To Undergrad
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WKash,
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12/23/2013 | 8:48:58 AM
Re: Whose smarter
Gary_EL, you're right about two things:  It's sad to see what promised to be bright future for a young man like Kim crash and burn from a colossal misjudgement; and that decisions like his cannot be tolerated.
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Gary_EL,
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12/22/2013 | 10:10:59 PM
Re: Whose smarter
I don't know which guy is the smarter, but I know which one has more experience, and generally, experience trumps raw intelligence. The FBI guy deals with these issues every day; Kim, no matter how bright he may be, is an amateur. What a sad waste of a life and career, but this kind of thing can't be tolerated.

 
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WKash,
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12/20/2013 | 3:17:31 PM
Whose smarter
Raises the interesting question: Whose smarter?  A Harvard student or an IT gumshoe working for the FBI. 
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12/20/2013 | 1:30:50 PM
Moron
Was it Animal House where the Dean said "Fat, lazy, and stupid is no way to go thru life"? But maybe Kim isn't fat.


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