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The Covert Comic

Weekly Intelligence Briefing

 

(Note: Cleared readers only, please.)

You can't lose face if you don't have one.

  My name is engraved in marble at CIA Headquarters (and in order to keep it that way, I'm not telling where).

  They say it's lonely at the top.  Down here at the bottom, of course, it's one big sex party.

  Aphorism: a type of joke featuring a setup in the form of a brief observation, followed by a punch line consisting of a random person's name.

  To be na´ve is to be ala´ve.

Executive Intelligence Summary

I found God.  Where do I turn him in?

 

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The joke isn't too soon, the tragedy is too late.

  Every now and then just for fun, instead of neither confirming nor denying, I neither deny nor confirm.

●  I am not my smartphone.  But my smartphone says I still matter.

●  No country with a McDonalds has ever gone to war against America (not counting America).

  The saying 'You always find a thing in the last place you look for it' is refutable at will.

Executive Intelligence Summary

If I had it to do all over again, I wouldn't change a thing (pretty much by definition).

                            

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Desperate measures call for desperate times.

  Secret 9.6.  When writing a contact report, the term 'intense vocalization' should be used in place of words like 'moan,' 'pant' and 'sigh.'

  Scaling doesn't scale.

  Once you've played a real video game about war, you don't understand how people can play video games about video games about war.

●  Aging is about mind over matter – every year my matter drops another quarter inch below my mind.

Executive Intelligence Summary

My conscience is cleared.

                                                              

The Covert Comic officially isn't on Twitter.

 

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Can't we all just coexist?

 

         

 

 

                        

 

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