Open Thread - Treasures, Tests and Treats
From the US National Archive's YouTube account:
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More on the treasures.
A little bit on tests from the FBI dunderhead files:
FBI director defends bureau over test cheating
FBI Director Robert Muellertold Congress on Wednesday that he does not know how many of his agents cheated on an important exam on the bureau's policies, an embarrassing revelation that raises questions about whether the FBI knows its own rules for conducting surveillance on Americans.
The Justice Department inspector general is investigating whether hundreds of agents cheated on the test. Some took the open-book test together, violating rules that they take it alone. Others finished the lengthy exam unusually quickly, current and former officials said.
The test was supposed to ensure that FBI agents understand new rules allowing them to conduct surveillance and open files on Americans without evidence of criminal wrongdoing. If agents can't pass that test without cheating, civil liberties groups ask, how can they follow them?
Asked about an Associated Press report about the cheating investigation, Mueller said he does not know how widespread the problem was.
And I guess you now expect a treat?
Well , the FBI agents that cheated on the tests had some extra time on their hands and just finished an investigation of all of us (Yes, YOU and ME included!) and here are their results in a treasure of a pictograph they put together from the results:
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