Sitting in the deserted law offices, Sanders had the feeling that he was all alone in the world, with nobody but Fernandez and the encroaching darkness. Things were happening quickly; this person that he had never met before today was fast becoming the kind of lifeline for him. He found himself hanging on every word she said.

"Before we go on, I want to emphasize one thing," Fernandez said. "You were right not to get in the car with Johnson. You are not to be alone with her ever again. Not even for a few moments. Not ever, under any circumstances. Is that clear?"


"If you do, it will destroy you case."

"I won't."

"All right," she said. "Now. I had a long talk with Blackburn. As you guessed, he's under tremendous pressure to get this matter resolved. I tried to move the mediation session to the afternoon. He implied that the company was ready to deal and wanted to get started right away. He's concerned about how long the negotiations will take. So we'll start at nine tomorrow."

-- Disclosure
So you think you know everything there is to know about Disclosure? Well, let's see if you do.

1) Disclosure take place over the course of how many days?
a) Two
b) Four
c) Ten

2) What was the name of the company where Tom Sanders worked?
a) InGen
b) DigiCom
c) Advanced Holo-graphics

3) What city is Disclosure set in?
a) Seattle
b) Manhattan
c) Silicon Valley

4) Tom is worried because there are seek time errors on what new product?
a) Hard Drives
b) CD-Rom Drives
c) Controller Chips

5) What was the internal code name of the hardware Tom Sander's group was developing?
a) Twinkle
b) Sparkle
c) Glitter

6) What was the screen name of the person sending Tom anonymous email tips?
a) SleeplessInSeattle

7) Where were the infamous drives being manufactured?
a) Hong Kong
b) Taiwan
c) Malaysia

8) What was the name of the company that was involved in a potential merger with Tom's company?
a) Conley-White
b) Kadison-Brown
c) Thompson-Black

If you could meet one person from the past, who would it be and why? Do I only get one? How unfair! I can't limit myself to only one! I want about a hundred. (grin.) Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher. Benjamin Franklin, the most dangerous spinmaster in American history.

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