When I worked at the library, I was the secretary of the library board. That meant I took the minutes, and I could put whatever I wanted into them. if something had been mentioned at the meeting I did not want discussed, I left it out of the minutes presented at the next meeting, and it was officially a dead letter. If I wanted action on something, I included it in the minutes and we eventually worked on it.
This worked well when I had harmonious relations with the Board; they trusted me. When the politicians got their greasy fingers on the minutes, our treasurer insisted on hiring a stenographer to insure that the minutes were completely opaque and revealed nothing. The money to pay her came out of--where else?--the book budget. But that was okay, because no-one on the Board actually read a book and had no idea why we had a book budget.
I recalled this handy arrangement when I heard of the FBI's Form 302. The 302 reports were written by the agents who interviewed the subjects. Though these were treated like holy writ, in truth the agent could claim whatever he/she liked and the subject had no recourse. HThe interviewer could revise the 302 to say whatever he wanted it to say. What a great way to slander and vilify people! And how unnecessary, especially in a day and age when everyone has access to video tape. A video tape of an interview would transparently reveal the facts of the case. But this was not done. It appears that videotaping interviewees is still not being done. Suggestion: why involve the subject in the interview at ll, why not just let the agent make up whatever he or she wishees to say without even involving the subject. Yes, that would save time and have the same result. Much easier all around, no?
When I heard about these Holy 302 the scales fell from my eyes, and the FBI was revealed as the corrupt and useless organization it truly was. Subsequent events revealed just how malevolent the FBI was and still is. Totally politicized, it's only reason for existing is to set traps for the duly elected President and pull him down. It's a jobs program for the useless and malevolent like Brennan, McCabe, Lisa Page and her lovers and no doubt countless others, all of whom make far more money than the taxpayers, poor fish, who support these parasites.
But I digress. I really wanted to draw attention to how awful routine daily living had become. Try to make a dental appointment, or get your hair done, or have your eyes examined. They really rake you over the coals for attempting such impudent activities. Everyone is hiding behind a screen of voicemail, using Covid 19 as a justification for their rudeness and incompetence.
According to the poet e e cummings: "There's a hell of a universe next door, let's go!" I'd like to be transported to that universe as soon as it becomes feasible. As soon as I get the app on my phone, and can a leave a message on the proper person's voicemail.