Written by C. Cranium
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Topics: Basketball, Spy

Saturday, 10 July 2010

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Spies are invisible to surveillance cameras

If your bored with the NBA Miami Heat LeBron James circus and still wanting for juicy sports news check out the International Spy League (ISL) free agent swaps. These trades are far more interesting than the NBA free agents go anywhere but Minnesota happening. Spies have proven their athletic abilities by faking left and melding right into American society. An NBA player could not peruse the chips isle at Safeway - Doritos or Tostitos? -- without all six foot eight being noticed. In contrast the spy athlete is completely invisible standing by the pretzels.

Sure the NBA guys can swish the ball from half court, but can the average NBA guy fit in the Pentagon ductwork - no, of course not. The average five foot ten inch spy is the athlete of choice for sneaking around and being unnoticed. Limber, shrewd, and nondescript the spy athlete could easily hit a three pointer with their pocket trebuchet, but they choose a far more rewarding sport. Like playing clandestine games by sneaking around and pilfering classified documents from defense contractors' dumpsters.

Fourteen spy athletes on US free agency custody are being swapped for an equivalent valued group on the other side and its cold war fun all over again. And its like Pete Rose, only banned from spying since you have been caught betting you won't get caught. The game is back on and no one will know who the athletes are since they are incognito. But that won't stop the odds makers from betting.

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