NPR morning news apparently just reported...

Speaking on Deep Background, the Press Secretary whispered:

> (and not again the initial paragraph from me... add to that: I didn't read
> either of these articles)

Not speaking for my employer either....

I was wondering, who was hired to rebuild the telephone systems in Germany
and Japan after WWII? I don't recall AT&T being hired to install switches
in Tokyo or Berlin.

A better example may be the Eastern Sector of Germany when the
Wall came down. There, there was nothing worth saving. Siemons
was the lead contractor, I think.