V.20 No.33 | 8/18/2011
New Mexico intrigues revealed by former CIA officer
By Christie Chisholm
E. B. Held wasn’t a spy, but he was a spy recruiter. He worked as a clandestine operations officer with the CIA for 27 years, stationed around the world in Asia, Latin America and Africa. His book, A Spy’s Guide to Santa Fe and Albuquerque, details a number of spy activities that took place in the two cities before and during the Cold War.
V.20 No.22 |
The Daily Word: 6.3.11 - bad things in Arizona, cupcakes not bombs, and mutant e coli
there's lots of crappy stuff happening
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Jun 3 2011 11:55 AM ]
There's all that annoying smoke from the Wallow fire, but at least we weren't evacuated.
More of these damn tornadoes.
Don't keep dead rhinos in your backyard like this guy does.
A marijuana expo...medical. Of course.
Government hackers want you to make cupcakes, not bombs.
Gunman kills six in Arizona, including himself.
We have a new deadly strand of mutant E coli. Awesome.
Salvador Dali Foundation irked about the artist's name getting slapped on just anything.
This woman has ten reasons why Sarah Palin should run for president. Ten yawl.
V.18 No.51 |
Diary of an Aspiring Sleuth
By Julia Mandeville [ Fri Dec 18 2009 2:02 PM ]
I don't have to tell you how long I've wanted to be an international super secret agent. This week, I let my sleuthiness out for the first time. And I loved it. So much that I even made a new Christmas list: Large(r) sunglasses, a fedora, a trench coat, a false-bottomed suitcase, a second passport and—just in case I reverse my stance on gun ownership between now and December 25—a Walther PPK. I hope Santa gets the message in time, because a thesaurus and a computer-sized messenger bag really don't seem as exciting anymore.
Out of the way, Bond. Here I come.
Alibi Agent J.
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