From: Frank J. Aiello
Sent: February 13, 2007
Subject: File No. SR-CBOE-2006-106

Dear Nancy M. Morris

It is now the year 2012, and in an effort to balance the budget, the federal government has sold several of its governing bodies to private companies. One of them being the SEC, and in so doing the XYZ company will be in control of all aspects of the former SEC. The first thing the XYZ company does are extinguish the pension of all employees, as in the buyout the employees received several shares of stock in the new company so they don't need it anyway. Many of the employees stormed into CEO's office of XYZ company and demanded they have their pension back, as some where very near retirement. The CEO turned with a smirk on his face and said , listen, we do not have a pension policy at XYZ company, your policy was with your former employer not us, look even your name has changed. Also our lawyers can clearly see that you have forgotten to cross several T's and dot even more I's. It states here in article 57, in 1902 that if all T's and I's are not used properly that the pensions are extinguished. So there, now if you don't like it, go get your own lawyer and spend all the millions you want, because my lawyer knows that if we win he gets my business for life as long as I don't screw him too. Miss Morris I realize that the story does not match what is going on between the CBOT, and the CBOE, but I am not a lawyer, and far from it, this is how my eyes see it. Thank you for your time.

CBOT member
Frank J. Aiello