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June 28 “Secret Russian Agents”

They rounded up some “Russian spies” living in the U.S. today.   Undoubtedly, their orders were to live normal lives and report back random tidbits about American life.   It makes you wonder, couldn’t they just watch a satellite feed of CNN America in Russia and get the same information?   I’m sure there is a lot more to it than that.   I’m not into intrigue too much living in quasi-rural North Carolina.   And my poker face could use some work, so I’m probably not the best candidate for a job like that anyway.     Although, I will visit Russia one day, judging from the PBS documentaries, it is a beautiful place.  And I’m a huge Dostoevsky fan.   Thanks for listening!