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(Huffington Post)   A secret payload is being launched into space. What makes this strange is that the logo for the agency is a giant octopus wrapping his tentacles around the Earth. Cthulhu, I choose you   ( divider line
    More: Weird, Christopher Soghoian, Vandenberg Air Force Base, National Reconnaissance Office, spy satellites, cephalopods, octopus, Director of National Intelligence, Chambliss  
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2013-12-06 11:38:54 AM  
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From the linked article(In TFA), while all of the patches listed were badass, THIS one is the scariest to me:

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2013-12-06 10:41:44 AM  
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2013-12-06 12:11:50 PM  
1 vote:
If we're living in the real world, this is an Onion article.

Since it doesn't seem to be an Onion article, I must conclude that we're living in a cheesy action movie.
2013-12-06 12:00:04 PM  
1 vote:
Hope the whole parasitic megalomaniacal government organizations thing works out for you, Americans.
2013-12-06 11:59:54 AM  
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2013-12-06 11:41:03 AM  
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2013-12-06 11:08:43 AM  
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