I loved their first tweet, https://twitter.com/CIA
Want the CIA to drop a note about you to the NSA? Easy. Just make a post in this thread.
Big brother is always watching no matter where we are. lol They even have drones so small and powerful that can actually look through the walls of your home and watch you on the shitter. How's that for privacy.
Actually, police officers in most of the larger cities have that same infrared camera. But they only use it when they are particularly concerned about what is going on in your domicile. I always just wave.
I wouldn't doubt the technology doesn't exist at all, at least to some extent, but what's your source for this exactly. . .
Now we can monitor their social media activity for a change. ;-)
Oh, they are everywhere. Even in my neighborhood, there is one American who is a boyfriend of one of the neighbors. That's what he wants us to believe, but everybody suspects that he is a CIA since what we have here is a community of writers. I wouldn't be surprise if some of them are here in HP, lurking around and checking on us.
Sure, it says it is the real CIA account. But can you be sure? Could it be another Russian phishing site? Or an FBI guy with a scheming plan?
Only the tweets will tell. (#openthedooryoucantrustus)
They also don't announce that they are the CIA. You will just notice that you are followed around or your email accounts get screwed up. They act and move as if they are part of the territory, when they stick out like a sore thumb. You will notice them, since they ask the most inappropriate question in the most inappropriate time. Like asking you on what you think about cyberhacking in government offices. I tell the guy, that I am not interested in cyberhacking since I write for porn sites! Lololol!
Because there has been officially news reports about it where it was confirmed.
I never want to mess up with those guys. Some writers that I know of are being followed by them. For sometime, I think I was included too. But they did not find anything, so they must have stopped since my mailbox is not acting weird anymore. They put their noses on people whom they think knows about what's going on. Well, it's just the plain 'ol me, writing and not doing anything out of this world. You guys must be in greater danger, since they look like you. With us here, they stick out like a sore thumb. They always look different, so they are suspect --- all the time. We give them "balut" and "San Mig Beer" and they seem ok with it. I better stop writing about these guys, lest I see them following me again.
And while we're at it, I gave up on privacy years ago. Everywhere we go we are being visually recorded by Corporate America and various City and County agencies. And they all busily keep writing about us in their little diaries. The day is not too far off when someone spotted on a mall camera in California gets a letter in the mail about the warrant for that 10-year-old, unpaid, jaywalking ticket in New York.
Let me tweet on it and I will get back to you -- kidding! I am not a member.
Perhaps the CIA is checking on Twitter.
Emm, their record of torture, murder and overthrowing elected govts. puts me off a tad.
It is actually funny, interesting, and I think this intelligent people will be tweeting intelligent and way much funnier tweets than anyone in the history of twitter.
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