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arcuid. i know its late and you are probably tired, but i am only pointing out what the media is saying, and saying "who knows what will happen". but the simple fact is that macca employees say that they have noticed an increased interest in some issues. if they are planning some new device, they of course have a right to be cautious. whitmarsh is not saying nothing is happening, but he is saying that lulu may not understand the nitty gritty. that is the reason why when ferrari let kimi go, it was on the basis that he did not drive for anyone else for at least a year. it cost them money, but their car details were secured.



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