My mustachioed colleague, of moustache fame, shared an important and informative site with me today. Sure, one may generally think of cloaks, daggers, blue canoes flying at midnight, and other mysterious stuff when discussing the CIA, but after a gander at this fine site your view will change. ‘Cause the CIA, dear readers, isn’t all about subversive plots to undermine world leaders who don’t want to pander to the American agenda. It’s also about kids, learning, fun and, most importantly, doggies.
Some fun facts about doggies of the CIA:
1) Bonja, a really friendly German Shepherd, was sad when she first joined the CIA, because she couldn’t play with her toys; sad that is, until she realised that if she just followed the smell of explosives, she could play all she wanted! *joy*
2) Eric, the Belgian Malinois, enjoys drooling and, from what I gather from his personal page, speaks Dutch!
3) Sure, Garcia may have been “helpful” as a Seeing Eye dog, but he didn’t have nearly as much street cred as he does now, helping sniff out bombs and such. Seeing Eye Dog? I mean really. That’s just another example of leftist idealism.
Apparently, the CIA also believes in some good old-fashioned values. Their dogs don’t live in sin. Not like the dogs in some cultures. I think you know what I mean. *stare*