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On 25 Jan 2002, at 15:03, Grant Callaghan wrote:
> And if you havent' already, you can expect to hear the word "gate" attached
> to Enron when the spectre of scandle reaches out from the company to the
> policicians it helped alect to office. The old Watergate hotel has spawned
> a number of words to attach themselves to a number of presidents since
> Nixon. I doubt Enron can escapt that fate any more than Whitewater in
> Arkansas. In fact, I think I've seen one or two people use Enrongate
> already in the opinion pages of the newspapers.
Hm already 149 search entries in google and 930 in groups search.
Let's see how this continues.
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