Aug 032010
 

FBI agent: Drug cartels rival al Qaeda: “An FBI webpage quoted an agent calling Mexico’s drug cartels more violent than al Qaeda — a comment sure to grab attention, but which doesn’t tell the whole story, the agency said.

”The quote is the opinion of one FBI agent who lives and works on border violence every day,” said Special Agent Jason Pack, an FBI spokesman in Washington. “The FBI does not believe the cartels are any more dangerous than al Qaeda.”

 

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Aug 022010
 

MotorTexter Service Connects Drivers Through Number Plates And Mobile Phones – The Motor Report: “


The Motor Report

MotorTexter Service Connects Drivers Through Number Plates And Mobile Phones
The Motor Report
Speaking with TMR today, motorTEXTER Director Steven John Pack said that while the service offers members the ability to block messages from specific users,
Hot wheels, want d8? Text it so with new online communications service for NEWS.com.au

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 Posted by at 11:31 am
Aug 022010
 

Hot wheels, want d8? Text it so with new online communications service for … – NEWS.com.au: “

Hot wheels, want d8? Text it so with new online communications service for
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Creator Steven John Pack told mX that users simply start a text with another persons number plate to send them an SMS. He stressed that neither party would

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 Posted by at 11:31 am
Jun 102009
 

***This isn’t me. 😉 Brad

Heat waves – Central Michigan Life: “

Heat waves
Central Michigan Life,’MI
Jerome senior Brad Pack serves as the stations program director and does scheduling and is in charge of everything that goes on the air. Pack said 91.5 has not only been a high point in his college career, but also an all-around great station.

(Via “brad pack” – Google News.)

 Posted by at 11:54 am
Mar 192009
 

Deseret News | 2 BYU animated films win Emmys

“Some of the kids didn’t like the idea at first, didn’t think it was fun enough,” said Jordan Pack, the 26-year-old producer of “Kites.”

Pack, who graduated last year and is now working for Disney, said he feels a sense of accomplishment in having taken the “road less traveled.”

The university frequently invites executives from major animation studios to drop by throughout the year to monitor students’ progress and provide pointers. At one screening, Pack said, a few CEOs left a little teary eyed.