Back issues of the NSA's secret, in-house mag

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  1. G3 says:

    Does the British Government produce anything like that? We were thinking about moving to London, but wanted to research the fee structure for a Licence to Kill.

    & do you have to renew those things annually? Does it include all weapons, including vehicular kills? No driving test, right? It’s really hard to get good info from the internet about these things.

  2. voiceinthedistance says:

    This would make a gorgeous coffee table book.  Art editor [redacted] did a bang up job.

    Also:  did anybody else worry about this link being a honey pot to skim IP addresses?  I have a busy day, and don’t want to be having to dodge drones all afternoon.

    • oasisob1 says:

      Nah, I went there and skimmed over a few for nostalgic reasons. I could tell you who [redacted] ski is, but then i’d have to go to jail.

  3. WinstonSmith2012 says:

    Amazing.  Top Secret Umbra materials from the NSA declassified.  I’ll bet they missed enough stuff or left enough clues for someone who really knows what they’re doing on this subject to write an interesting article or series of articles about the redacted entries.  Heck, even I was able to use an illustration left in one of their declassified spysat histories to determine what a redacted portion of the text was talking about.

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