[cryptome] Re: cryptome.org hacked by Cyber Monday!

  • From: Andrew Hornback <achornback@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2014 12:40:14 -0500

Ahh, well... I see what my problems are now... I don't speak 6 languages
(not too far off though) and I would never work in drag... "He always
denied she was a spy,"  :)

--- A

On Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 12:42 PM, doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>

>  Sorry Andrew...I only have 4 languages...Scottish, English,
> Anglo-Saxon...and...Bad, with a smattering of the vernacular the technical;
> the usual group of the northern Indo-European set.  I did apply for a job
> as a spy at one time, (I can't think why they rejected me...as I was very
> keen and had learned all that tradecraft).
> I am very practical and can do all sorts of DIY stuff, plumbing and
> electrical wiring, ventilation, phone work, television engineering, hi-fi
> equipment, radios, washing machines, white goods...all that sort of thing.
> Getting too old to follow people these days, bad eyesight, poor hearing,
> slowed down a bit, and I have become disillusioned with heroes, they always
> seem to let one down, I have found, masters of deception and manipulation.
> My problem is, I think, that I am a sucker for a good story...:-).
> A spy I knew in the Communist Party at one time, told me that one needs at
> least 6 languages to be a good at the trade, or is it profession..., and a
> very high level of academic education at a proper spy school, college and
> Ivy league university.   He always denied she was a spy, so I was never
> able to work out whether he/she was KGB, MI5 or CIA...or all of 'em... :-).
> I do have a Ph.D in Bovine Scatology though... :-).
> Dougie.
> On 02/12/14 14:56, Andrew Hornback wrote:
> Sure... American CIA speak, Hebrew and Sanskrit, please.  :)
>  --- A
> On Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 9:43 AM, doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> Do you want me to decrypt the Neuro Linguistic Programming Programme into
>> English Or American CIA speak, with model number, date and time and history
>> of the human operating system...mind mapped into a brainstorm...and whose
>> copyright it is?  Or would you prefer them in plaintext...:-).
>> The affadavits the judges in the US courts have to deal with...No wonder
>> they have to be highly paid.  Wordsmiths unite on the semantic tableau...or
>> is it symantec... :-).
>> ATB
>> Dougie.

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