Talk:U.S. Wiretap

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I think it's a bad idea to include theories within the text of a transcript, I'm removing the speculative text regarding the AngrySniper as I find it confusing. --ItsJustDave 06:48, 20 February 2007 (PST)

I completely agree, nice catch. Each of these pages should be kept to FACTS, not speculation, as there are the speculation pages for that. --warped909 14:06, 20 February 2007 (EST)

Call me crazy...

Reading the last part of the transcript about an agent who crys orange tears leads me to think of Agent Orange, a herbicide used by the US in Vietnam which affected both sides causing cancer and birth defects. Why I'm lead down this trail of thought is because I once read an article where a woman affected by agent orange said "we have continued to cry orange tears since the war.". I'm not sure if thats just some kind of metaphor, or an actual side affect of being poisoned with it. Anyways, relevant or not it still is another instance of a government hurting its people, which is what I think this whole Year Zero concept is about. --Quentin 18:13, 22 February 2007 (PST)

Interesting but, she was most likely doing a word play. there are some disorders that do cause colored tears though, the most likely cause of it in this case is blood in the eyes, which would play in to the audio clip we heard earlier, when the girl mentions a man sweating blood, and that she too, starts sweating blood. It sounds like Year Zero is not without either a new disease pandemic, or some very interesting drug reactions/overdoses? --killjoy 13:42, 18 March 2007 (PDT)
I discussed this in depth with other members in the IRC room a while ago. Perhaps the orange tears are a side effect of medication taken to counter act the bleeding skin disease?--Velvolver 15:43, 18 March 2007 (PDT)
It seems more plausible since orange tears are a hallmark of bleeding eyes that it maybe be early signs of the disease, but, modernly speaking, there are one or two antibiotic medications that are known for kicking people with some unusual side effects, including orange tears or sweat. it would need to be a new disease or a superbug of something current (diseases with hallmarks like blood through skin and eyes are things like Ebola, Plague, and a River borne Virus i contracted once upon a not so great day) also, moving a thread of discussion we had in echoingthesound's forums here, maybe the bleeding skin is a poison the feds dropped/soaked/planted in the place, a great example that fits perfectly in this situation would be Fluids with extreme Base side PHs. --killjoy 20:13, 18 March 2007 (PDT)
FWIW, blood has a metallic taste. If the agent was covered in a mist of blood and/or was bleeding themselves, perhaps in a micro-fine way through their pores, then that could be the explanation. Furthermore, Sikes' "sorry" statement could be "You've got this disease now too. Sorry." It will be interesting to see how this plays out. --Mr z 23:10, 18 March 2007 (PDT)
What's FWIW stand for again? I believe maybe the "sorry" remark was meant that he wasn't supposed to see that, and as a result he is going to be "erased" in a sense. Also the guy that had the bleeding skin in the star club was losing his mind, going into a berzerker mode kinda. Most likely if the officer sikes was interviewing had it, it would have spread quickly like to the girl that was on the phone during the entire incident.--Velvolver 08:39, 19 March 2007 (PDT)
Red Horse Vector. .--Lin xxx 08:54, 8 April 2007 (PDT)
Better yet, Mailstrom wreckage:Usurp. it's a vaccine.

nc

(as a side note a 10-48 in nc is 10-48 Detaining Suspect, Expedite.) has anyone been by 315 E Graham St., Shelby, NC lately is there anything YZ related there?is that the building that is refrenced as the star chamber? ylbissop 07:01, 27 May 2007 (PDT)

Phone Number Down

Is this phone number not working for anyone else? I've tried calling it several times over the last few weeks, and it's just a busy signal. The Broadcast number is the same way. Edani

I just tried to call. It's down. My cell service provider just said it's been disconnected (the message I got on my cell phone when I tried to call). (provider is Verizon, for reference) Ne0v001 12:31, 13 January 2008 (PST)

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