October 17, 2013

Mugger Psyops

Brilliant thinking on the part of a young woman being mugged in D.C.:
The victim was walking home to her Capitol Hill townhouse when she was violently confronted by a man in the dark, grassy area between the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Heritage Foundation.

The assailant grabbed the victim's arm and demanded her wallet and phone. "I said the first thing I could think of," the victim, who asked to remain nameless, told the Washington Examiner.

The victim, who weighs a petite 95 pounds, explained to the assailant she was an intern with the National Security Agency. As an intern, she said, she had no cash to fork over (she is actually a staffer at a D.C. nonprofit, and in fact did have cash on her).

The victim elaborated further, warning the would-be mugger that the phone she held in her hand — complete with a pink-and-blue Lilly Pulitzer case — would be tracked by the NSA if she were to turn it over.

"I told him that the NSA could track the phone within minutes, and it could cause possible problems for him," the victim recounted.
 This changes my whole contingency plan framework.  Sure, some things will still get you pumped full of lead if you try it, but, some situations could certainly warrant the NSA defense.  And I think I can be much more convincing than this fortunate lady was.  I read the news and I watch spy movies.  I just know I can craft a totally believable story line.

Living near a major airport will be a help...there is almost always the sound of an airplane off in the distance...I mean drone, because I am a super secret spy and HQ must always know my whereabouts, and if I don't transmit the code sent to my phone in the allotted time, they will do a flyover.  Here they come now...

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