Mike Shaw: No Slouch In Bed The Shredding Department

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Ever think to yourself, "Hmm, I guess Bush was right this time." Yeah, neither do we. Until now. Yesterday Jorge told CNBC that he doesn't e-mail because, and this is paraphrasing, "it might end up the history books someday." Perhaps, in light of the now publicly searchable database of Enron e-mails, he should've imparted such wisdom on K. Lay, et al. Ah, well, hindsight. At least now we have something to do for the rest of the afternoon.

RE: Lunch

Email detailsFrom: To: sschroed@us.ca-indosuez.com , dgiron@enron.com , randy.g.kruger.jr@arthuranderson.com , mikeshaw@andrews-kurth.com , todd.w.taylor@bakernet.com Sent: 09/01/2002 at 16:36 Email metadataThemes:

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The messageEither week is good for me, but lunch is better.....I finished shredding weeks ago.

DG

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From: SSCHROED@us.ca-indosuez.com@ENRON

Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 10:27 AM

To: dgiron@enron.com; randy.g.kruger.jr@arthuranderson.com; mikeshaw@andrews-kurth.com; todd.w.taylor@bakernet.com

Subject: Lunch

OK you slackers (excluding Shaw), I'll give you another chance to respond.

Lunch this week or next, let me know what's good. If meeting after work is

better for you, let me know. Certainly all of you can stop shredding

documents for 5 minutes to respond.

Schroeder

Enron Postscript: The Emails

[WSJ]

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