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Leonardo

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid...

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Egyptian authorities detained a stork last week on suspicion of espionage, mistaking its migration tag for spying equipment. In fact the stork was innocent - like a number of other animals falsely accused over the years of undercover work, writes Mohamed Madi.

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Do you know what your pet gets up to when you aren't around? Is it meeting with it's contact from the CIA, Mossad, or MI6?

How well do you really know your pet? :unsure2:

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Drayno

I always knew my cat was an operative for the CIA.

No wonder he's always pretending to be asleep when I'm around.

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Asadora

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I spy with my little eye......

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Leonardo

:lol: Thanks for the replies, Hatake and Asadora.

I liked the article because it's a great excuse to post funny animal pics, and maybe funny animal stories - which is never a bad thing - but it also highlights the insane paranoia that infests our govts.

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Lilly

I'm already a MIB...errr...WIB. so my dogs are obviously DIBs by proxy! LOL

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LEGIONS

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