These aren’t statistics we’re talking about, here.

I’m not particularly interested in the story about former Senator Hillary Clinton and her emails, because (a) I think it’s obvious as a matter of basic policy that an independent third party should have determined which of her emails were private and which weren’t, and (b) I think in general we haven’t thought out particularly well what the rules are for the way email interacts with the overlap between our public and private personas, and a massive scandal involving a secretive putative Presidential candidate isn’t the best way to do that.


But I found this story hilarious:


How Did Hillary Send Bill Email If He Doesn’t Use It?


It seems that former Senator Clinton said that personal email between her and her husband, former President Clinton, exist on a private account – while her husband’s spokesperson says that her husband doesn’t use email.


One of them is pretty clearly lying.


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