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Feds told me to start moving data out of state

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posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 01:42 PM
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Originally posted by jhill76
reply to post by Being_From_Earth
 


The storage is no where near full. I forgot to mention another policy is that you can't delete anything and I mean anything even personal files off of your computer until further notice. Talk about policies.


Nice avatar. does that have anything to do with the paranoia?

Just Kidding. I don't think you're being excessively paranoid but I do notice the paradox here..

If we really are protecting the data as would be the case in the private sector, that means there is some reason to protect it. Not allowed to delete anything? Makes sense, wouldn't want to lose any 'leads' on 'insiders'.

And so of course if there is reason to be putting information on lockdown, that must mean something is up, people really are after something and possibly targeting Atlanta.




posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 04:21 PM
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“Feds told me to start moving data”

Sensationalised title and utter BS ever since, the feds told you to start moving data! Run for the hills!

You work for the feds, you are a fed, therefore the feds told a federal employee to move data and now you’re mouthing about doing your job on an internet forum, so you can attain a few “points”



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 04:24 PM
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ok.. events that could pertain here

CDC Power Failure

the current director TSA of Hartfield has been promoted and is leaving the area...... (could mean nothing ofcourse LOL) link anyone else leaving town of interest? haha.

Both are not unusual items but could mean something if combined with other information so keep your eyes open
I still felt that the OP would find it of interest.



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 04:46 PM
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Originally posted by InterWeb
“Feds told me to start moving data”

Sensationalised title and utter BS ever since, the feds told you to start moving data! Run for the hills!

You work for the feds, you are a fed, therefore the feds told a federal employee to move data and now you’re mouthing about doing your job on an internet forum, so you can attain a few “points”


Those that live in glass houses.....

sounds to me like you are quick to judge others and perhaps only bashing on someones concerns attempting to rack up points... (the points argument kind of sounds rediculous to me.... who cares about points)

I find this a post of interest and perhaps that makes me an idiot in your eyes but I personally think that bashing someone for having concerns in their personal lives from something they feel is out of place makes you sound a bit petty.

If you have nothing nice to say... even if you dont buy into it, unless you have something to say that is constructive to the topic I dont understand making an input. OP is not stating a fact of wrongdoing he is saying he feels a concern and is looking for understanding from others that may feel a concern.

People are so high and mighty on this forum. I have been reading for a week and already am amazed at the attacks I see on EVERY single thread it seems. what happenned to treat others as you wish to be treated. One day you may post something that you feel a concern over and everyone else will laugh at your concerns and call it BS and claim you merely want attention..... bet that would make you feel real nice. We all see those posts that we feel fall into the 'I cant believe it' catagory but we perhaps choose not to involve ourselves in those posts hmmm?

How dare someone post something that you find worthless... for you are king of all posts and have superior knowledge on all topics and therefore may judge others merely on your feelings of worth.



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 04:56 PM
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"mood worried" lol

You should be, a fed data mover is moving data for the feds omg!

Get a Life, he should be fired for his post.



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 06:50 PM
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Originally posted by InterWeb
"mood worried" lol

You should be, a fed data mover is moving data for the feds omg!

Get a Life, he should be fired for his post.


You are going to insult me because of my mood? boy, you got me good.... ROFL you are a piece of work.

conversation done on my end but feel free to argue with yourself if you like



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 09:08 PM
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posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 01:49 AM
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Originally posted by daddyroo45
The only thing I've read was on a thread posted here on ATS.They postulated that Atlanta was one of the three eastern US cities to be targeted for nuke attack,as it is the communications hub of the country.If I lived in Atlanta I would probably move,as it being a probable target makes sense.



Other than the airport, how exactly is Atlanta a communications hub today?



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 07:32 AM
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Well you have CNN there, an organization that is just full of information and spreads it around the world 24/7.

On a side note, I'm more worried about Omaha, Nebraska being on the list of "bye-bye" cities. This is only if something one of my professors said is true and 75% of either the country's or the world's credit card reciepts are processed there.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 07:53 AM
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The water issue in Atlanta? Could this be the reason?

Also if an incident was to be projected in Atlanta, the place to keep our eyes on is the CDC. When they start moving their stuff, that's a good sign something is up.

OP how do you keep from being in trouble at work for spilling the beans, is anyone treating you differently? Are you sensing that they know what you've been up to here on the conspiracy forum?



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 08:49 AM
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Most federal agencies don't change their procedures often if at all. They do things the same way year in and year out. It's just the way they are. (Yes, I'm speaking from direct, first-hand experience). We all know the data backup/archiving the OP is talking about is SOP. The OP feels these recent instructions are unusual becuase they vary from a long established SOP and there is a sense of urgency (15days) atached to it. So all of the posts stating that the directive is 'normal' are, I think, missing the crux of the situation. The directive is breaking with a long-standing SOP in an organization that rarely changes the way they do things.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:08 AM
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I have been in the IT field for a little over 10 years now. I could switch over the DR (disaster recovery) policy of a "mom and pop" type business in two weeks easily. I could switch over the DR policy of a medium-sized business in two weeks with a LOT of work, and some luck.

There is NO WAY I would agree to switch over a large company's DR plans in two weeks. To do so would border on criminal negligence (fiduciary responsibilities, etc.).

According to the OP, this isn't a case of "Oh (bleep)! We don't have a DR plan in place!". They ALREADY have DR in place at another location. Now, they are being asked to create (and correct me if I am wrong) a mirror site. A mirror site is different from standard DR in that, should something happen and the main site goes down, the backup takes over with little-to-none downtime.

OP, are you being asked to create a mirror site, or is this simply send the "tapes" to another site? If, ineed, the OP is being asked to create a mirror site in 14 days, that would be VERY UNUSUAL to say the least. I know this.... if it was me, I'd be VERY concerned if asked by a governmental agency to create, debug, and bring online a mirror site in two weeks, if it was anything more than a small office.

And to those of you that think the GSA "isn't that important": What do you think happens with soldiers WHO DON'T GET PAID? You think they fight for long, no matter how "patriotic"? Learn your history! Soldiers that don't get paid, don't fight. It's that simple.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:34 AM
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you are referring to FEMA coffins right? www.abovetopsecret.com...




posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:37 AM
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the FEMA coffins in Covington, Madison. maybe preparing for an event pandamic in proportion.

what about the crematories being built in georgia? lawrenceville and a refractory in Hartwell?



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:42 AM
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i keep telling people there is something about georgia. the billions spent in military housing; the coffins, crematories and refractories. only 2 that i know of. sounds kinda spooky!



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 11:54 AM
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JHill's posts are generally thought-provoking and probing. He/She asks questions and is looking deeper into everyday events and the posts are usually very measured and reasonable - not typically hysterical, salacious or rude. I just find it interesting how often His/Her posts are derided and attacked. Usually by new or new-ish members. Just saying...even a broken clock is right twice a day, maybe JHll hits somewhere close to the truth and people don't like it.

I am slightly concerned about the OP. ATL has a severe water crisis that is worsening everyday. Employers are laying off more and more in this area, the housing market is a complete bust and EVERYONE has a ridiculous $4 a gallon commute. If ever there was a place ripe for a civil emergency or unrest - it is ATL.

Add to it JHill's account and the ridiculous power-outages at the CDC and suddenly I don't want to live here anymore.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 12:32 PM
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OP how do you keep from being in trouble at work for spilling the beans, is anyone treating you differently? Are you sensing that they know what you've been up to here on the conspiracy forum?


Nobody knows of this site, at least I don't think. I guess if I was working for the CIA maybe then. But, the GSA, you would be surprised.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 12:36 PM
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He/She asks questions and is looking deeper into everyday events


Exactly. I tend to look at things that are deeper in nature and not, oh they just transported two nukes on my residential street. I guess that what people want to hear, they don't want to hear the small events that lead up to the major event.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 12:51 PM
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You are so right jhill76. it is the small things. it's the small things that will snare you. i love georgia. things are not as they seem in georgia. let's not forget Rabbit Hole - Searching for Alice thread www.abovetopsecret.com...

lalaloo reported that there was a long shot and a freaky flash of light in Ellijay and the next day there was a 2.8 quake very near this Rabbit Hole. neic.usgs.gov... the center is Ellijay. there was a nuke incident in TN 6/24 visz.rsoe.hu...



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by jhill76
Why this sudden change to start backing up data and moving data to a whole other state?


Mayby they have a new I.T. contractor? Oh no! (slaps self) It wouldn't be something mundane like that. Noooooooo....


[edit on 14-7-2008 by Lilitu]




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