Stolen, a holiday post by Fred

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You are probably thinking this is a post about the election, what with that "I voted" sticker in the photo. But if you take another look you'll see something you can really sink your fangs into. MMM mmmmm. Yummy. Speaking of Fang,

have you seen who that was about? Why look no further. I know, from his young and naive days. 

Swallwell & Honeytrap Fang

I'm reliably informed by CNN that Nancy Pelosi has full confidence in now Congressman Swalwell. Some of you are probably wonding if Chinese spys give full service. I'll leave that to your imagination, though I'm certain the CCP full has confidence in its spies, expecially given what the CIA managed to do while Obama was in office.

Congratulations to John Brennan as, according to  the ever reliable wiki, "Two months after assuming his post at the CIA, Brennan replaced Gina Haspel, head of the National Clandestine Service". I wonder why. Of course he also started the 'counter intellegence' investigation into Trump. You know, dossiers, conversations with Australians in bars, the usual excuses suspects routine. BTW, has anyone seen Gina Haspel? I bet it's just 'self isolation'. 

Brennan was also one of the 'intellegence' professionals who said the election was the most secure in history. Just like Mr. Krebs, head of CISA, here stating that well, yes, Solar Winds was hacked. and, of course, it was the Russians.

Read it for yourself:

"Chris Krebs, former head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, said the massive SolarWinds cybersecurity attack"   (which he didn't protect us from)

I'd be very careful with escalating this," he told CNN's "State of the Union."  ""They have potentially compromised 18,000 companies, that to me is outside the realm of espionage," he added."

That to me is gross criminal negligence on your part.

"President Donald Trump on Saturday contradicted these statements and in a series of tweets, suggesting "the possibility that it may be China," "Russia, Russia, Russia is the priority chant when anything happens because Lamestream is, for mostly financial reasons, petrified of…discussing the possibility that it may be China (it may!)," Trump wrote."

Russia! Just like that said, and Cozy Bear too, just like they always suspected. Kind of like when the Germans knew the allies were going to attack at the Pas-de-Calais. "Trust but verify" a man that took on the Russians Soviets famously said. So I checked with my sources. You know, my buddy, Buddy Bear. You remember him? Spent some good social distancing time with him and a bit o' Kentucky's finest. 

Well, Buddy told me he got ahold of his European relatives who put him in touch with his cousin, once removed on his mother's side, Vladimir (no relation). Well Vladimir told Buddy, and I'm telling you, growl for growl, what he said.

Grrer grrr rrrr grrrr. Which translates as "no way! You see (said Vladimir) Cozy Bear is a friend of mine. I've known Cozy all my life and there's just no way he could do such a thing. Really, have you seen those paws of his. No way he could use an QWERTZ style keyboard!"

Grrrr er? "Keyboard says Buddy, what's that got to do with it."  Of course Vladimir just chuckled at that. Grrrr! Which comes across roughly as "Yeah, I caught that too. ЙЦУКЕН is the common keyboard in Russia, we've got 33 lettters afterall"

Grrr rerrr –  "Got on Cozy to tell me just what he was trying to hide, especially with hibernation season coming along here. Well, finally Cozy spilled it all. Here, look for yourself"

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Wow! Now you'll all have to admit, that is one cozy bear. And no, there's no way he could even type on a keyboard, even if it were a CCP version. Though I must say, after taking a closer look, I can see how he could get real cozy with her, even if he was a bear. She looks like just the kind of woman to entice a man to spend the holidays with. Which of course shows you just where the spirit of the season meaning of 'SWMBO' came from. Beauty, taming the beast.

And to think, all Swalwell got was Fang. Oh, and campaign contributions and a seat in the House and on the HPSCI. Well, there's no accounting for taste. Though there needs to be one for bad judgement. 

Now where was I? Oh, holiday post, food, spell check. Whoops. How did I miss that? Did I really put "stolen" up there? Well, before all you gramarians get on me let me just say,

"it's mostly correct"? That doesn't quite work, eh? Bear with me a moment. 

Oh, I see what happened.  Looks like the dog ate my notes. It's spelled stollen. Or more precisely Weihnachtsstollen. It's from a little cafe up the road a piece run by a German family from Bavaria. The only thing stolen was my will power. Which is why there's only half a loaf in the picture. And yes, really, the dog did it. Don't worry though, I didn't have the heart to punish him. I decided to try him out in a new job. I think he'll be great.

 

Chirstmas Pup

Little Yeller. Man's best friend, most of the time.  Now where did I leave my sack of coal…….

Merry Christmas to you all. 

posted by Fred

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8 Responses to Stolen, a holiday post by Fred

  1. Avatar BillWade says:

    Merry Christmas!
    Christmas Eve dinner: Fisherman’s stew with dungeness crab, Feast of the 7 Fishes – 2.

  2. Avatar Kilo 4/11 says:

    Wonderful humor, Fred. I guess Pussy Galore took the best spy chick name, followed by Dragon Lady. It’s been all downhill since then. Still, you’d think the chicoms could come up with something just a tad more romantic than Fang. Instead, we get the schlocky Walmart version.

  3. Avatar optimax says:

    Poon Fang is just a raunchier version of Pussy Galore.
    Merry Christmas, all.

  4. Avatar Fred says:

    Kilo 411, Optimax,
    Fang is a very effective intelligence agent for communist China who did great service to her country while helping now congressman Swalwell do damage to his. The other woman you mention is a fictional character from a James Bond spy thriller.

  5. Avatar Kilo 4/11 says:

    Fred,
    I saw the original Goldfinger movie on the huge screen of the Balaban and Katz Marbro Theatre in its debut run in 1964. http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/991 No one who saw Honor Blackman in her most famous role https://nypost.com/2020/04/06/honor-blackman-james-bonds-pussy-galore-dead-at-94/ is likely to forget her, and the early Bond movies were so good maybe some people thought they were about real people, but I’m not one of them.
    As for the fabulous agent Fang, yes, I’m sure she’s a marvel, and can kick both of our asses while flying through the air with the greatest of ease and texting.

  6. Avatar Kilo 4/11 says:

    Woops, the Marbro closed the year before Goldfinger arrived in Chicago. Must have seen it at the State, 2 miles west down Madison Street from the Marbro. Not quite as grand as the Marbro, but with nearly 2,000 seats, it still dwarfed most of today’s multiplex theaters. https://i.pinimg.com/736x/8a/9a/89/8a9a89c27d08d0ff9d61328e5eb0fc08–chicago-tribune.jpg
    http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/3901

  7. Avatar optimax says:

    Kilo, I saw Dr. No at a drive-in and fell in love with Ursula Andress. I was 12. Just watched Marnie directed by Hitchcock and starring Tippi Hedren and Sean Connery. Strange movie but good.
    Even before the Poon Fang revelation, I thought it strange Swalwell kept promoting the Russia hoax long after it had been disproven while siding with China.

  8. Avatar Kilo 4/11 says:

    @ optimax
    Kilo, I saw Dr. No at a drive-in and fell in love with Ursula Andress. I was 12.
    You and millions of others. She made you glad to be a man, or about to be one.

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