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Schumer's Solution: Kavanaugh Documents Read Faster Than Speeding Bullet

Schumer's Solution: Kavanaugh Documents Read Faster Than Speeding Bullet
A news photographer makes images of a wall of empty boxes labeled "Kavanaugh Files" ahead of a news conference about Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Capitol Hill August 2, 2018, in Washington, D.C. The empty boxes are supposed to symbolize the large number of documents that have been requested for review of Judge Kavanaugh's record. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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Wednesday, 08 August 2018 12:39 PM Current | Bio | Archive

They could be through the whole kit and caboodle by Labor Day.

It would be done months before Sen. Schumer’s estimate, which is probably Arbor Day, April 26. That, of course, is the great 24 hours that recognize the trees that donated their lives to create the paperwork that lawyers, governments, bureaucrats, and delaying Senators savor.

Michael Glovaski, an art director from Poland where consonants reign, explained to me the other day that “Natural Language Processing is the future of the legal system. The computer can recognize the written words and can sort through hundreds of thousands of files 30, 40 percent faster than even Evelyn Wood and Senator Leahy.”

It is past the experimental stage and Michael went on to tell me the “first to use it were the guys who worked on Apple vs Samsung case.”

He sent me on to a site that explained it better than he was doing.

With this technology in hand, no potential Supreme Court Judge can escape from any errant moment in his or her life.

For Judge Brett Kavanaugh, beware.

They will easily be able to reach back even into Mater Dei School, where the Judge first began formulating what would be his jurisprudence.

Term papers. Detention time served. Mass attendance checked. Maybe even one of his confessors might be amenable to loosening the seal of confession. Whom did he take to the Prom? Did he even go?

They might even go so far as to translate the school’s old motto, Ora Pro Nobis, into English.

And follow up with a translation of the current motto “WORK HARD, PLAY HARD, PRAY HARD, BUT MOST OF ALL BE A GOOD GUY” into more lawyerly Latin.

Tom Messner worked forever in advertising. In politics, he avoided the predictable negative bent and did positive ads for Reagan in 1984 and for Bush in 1988 along with Bush’s convention film. The agency he co-founded created NASDAQ’s first branding, Volvo’s comeback, and Fox News’s "We Report. You Decide." Then learning from the pols he partnered with (Roger Ailes in particular), they brought attack ads to such formerly benign areas such as telecom (MCI). At 73, he’s doing two things he never did before: Blogging here on wildly unconnected subjects coming on the heels of last year’s adventure: the writing of his first play, a musical "Dogs" destined now for either Broadway or The Pound. To read more of his reports — Click Here Now.

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