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(News.com.au)   To stay safe while on the job, Australian spies are required to wear bright yellow hi-viz clothing while operating under cover. Yes, Mr Bond, I expect you to die. Soon (possible Not safe for work content in sidebar)   ( news.com.au) divider line
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2013-03-20 02:39:20 AM  
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2013-03-20 02:58:28 AM  
1 vote:
If I had a spy organization, I would require them to wear bright  yellow clothing, leak that to the "print anything anyone tells us" media, then have the spies dress however the hell they want.
2013-03-20 02:34:21 AM  
1 vote:
This is in the same category as EU regulations requiring trapeze artists to wear helmets, fishermen to wear hairnets, and that bannanananannanannas not be too bendy.

Lies printed by a joker in the media to incense people with a "too much bloody regulation" fervor.

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2013-03-20 02:24:24 AM  
1 vote:
I'm having trouble finding a way that this article could have been more vague.  Espionage is white-collar work, it's not like these guys are hauling lumber and pouring concrete.  Are all Australians required to wear safety vests while sitting at a computer and running photocopies?  Are they required to do a safety dance during their lunch breaks?
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