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[rpd] Guessing is not the way to verify information

Owen DeLong owen at
Fri Jun 6 02:44:09 UTC 2014

That was said largely tongue in cheek and you failed to get it.

The reality was that you made a fraudulent application claiming residency in a country where you have an office, but do not reside. Your fraud was noticed by the nominating committee and your candidacy was rejected.

Then you accused them of guessing instead of asking you, so multiple people asked you. You basically refused to state your residency, but when finally pushed, you admitted that you did not live in the service region.

After that, the phrase "but he guessed right" was used as a semi-humorous retort to your continued and repeated accusation that he guessed. In reality, your fraud attempt was noted and you were removed from the slate for entirely legitimate reasons. The process worked and the correct outcome was achieved.

It's past time to move on from this absurdity.


> On Jun 5, 2014, at 4:41 PM, Lu Heng < at> wrote:
> Hey everybody:
> Today on the floor that is a common said guessing is a way to
> verifying information for noncom--as long as you guess it right.
> I think it is not the right way of doing things. just a common.
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> Kind regards.
> Lu
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