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Description: The premier excuse generation system for people bereft of credibility and imagination, Final Excuse Pro can make excuses for transgressions ranging from late assignments and social gaffs to war crimes. Specify your own scapegoat, or rely on the pre-installed library encompassing pets, subordinates, relatives, highly-paid advisors, the Global Monkey Conspiracy and more.
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No Excuse for Denial The Justice Department is reported to have denied a request made under the Freedom of Information Act for a copy of its database of foreign lobbyists because making such a copy might crash the system and destroy data [news story, June 30].
Excuses, Excuses JULY 05, 2004 (COMPUTERWORLD) - It's incredible -- that's the only word for it. In May, the Justice Department said it couldn't copy what's supposed to be public information in one of its databases because "implementing such a request risks a crash that .