This is an excerpt from a memo posted on www.educate-yourself.org from John DeCamp:
"KISSINGER WAS THE SINGLE MOST INVOLVED & IMPORTANT INDIVIDUAL IN THE FIRING-IMPROPERLY-OF MY BEST FRIEND, C.I.A. HEAD BILL COLBY. He fired Colby improperly &, in my opinion, because Colby was revealing before the Congress (Church Committee Hearings) secrets of government wrong doing Kissinger did not want exposed."
Reminds me of the time I was on Springsteen's official site and VAST wasn't in a very good mood.
He said something like, "who do you think all of this bantering is for?"
"It's for you, for you, for you."
I remember thinking to myself, all your chit chat is for me?
Couldn't imagine why?
Seemed like he was pissed that they were chattering with one another and I didn't have any clue it was for me.
Why would anyone who isn't being spoken to directly think that chatter amongst a group of people is for them?
And, for what purpose?
I honestly think they like hearing themselves talk. Makes them feel important.
It wasn't like I was holding a gun to their head and forcing them to engage in babble with one another. They could have discontinued it at any time since it wasn't accomplishing whatever it was suppose to.
Maybe they expected me to be grateful.
I suspect this reference to the chit chat being for me was to make me feel beholden to them. Indebted to them.
You're doing this for me? Your babbling and bantering, chit chatting and chattering!!