>The other night I saw a commercial…wait now, let it sink in…a COMMERCIAL…for, get this…
Since when in the sam hell has the C.I.A. started advertising for recruits? Doesn’t the ad by its very existence cancel out their entire secretive nature?
At first I just stared at the tv, then I burst out laughing at the lunacy of it all.
I don’t know, maybe it’s just me. It all just seemed kind of dumb. Perhaps this government’s lied so much, they can’t even get people to sign up to be professional liars and subversives for the country. Wasn’t Bush 41 head of the C.I.A.? Would he have sanctioned some mess like this?
Anyway, here’s the ad. See for yourself.
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Is this some bullsh*t or what?
2 thoughts on “>The Spook(s) Who Wouldn’t Walk Through The Door.”
>I don't know, maybe it's just me. It all just seemed kind of dumb. Perhaps this government's lied so much, they can't even get people to sign up to be professional liars and subversives for the country.—Loyou hit the head of the nail, right there…nuff said.if y'all ain't seen the movie "the spook who sat by the door"…rent/buy the dvd and learn about the book, film, author and the general theme of the film. a lot of what was in that film has some truth that can be said of real life today.
>If you guys have ever been to Universal's theme park, Hollywood, and visited the Terminator 3-D adventure, you would remember that the show starts off with a futuristic CIA type ad that leads to chaos. When I first saw this commercial I was stunned. Just who the hell are they fishing for in these ads? The CIA has always (until Bush) been for elite minds. That is until the Administration outed Valerie Plame to push the Iraq war.