Summerschool at the NSA

Posted 12 Mar 2013 at 01:53 UTC (updated 8 Apr 2013 at 04:14 UTC) by shlomif Share This

This is an open letter from me (= Shlomi Fish) to Ms. Sarah Michelle Gellar (the Hollywood film and television actress) about the production of a documentary film titled “Summerschool at the NSA” which will document what is really going on in the NSA headquarters. I can always be contacted about that, whether by Ms. Gellar or by whoever wishes to using numerous online and unobscured means.

UPDATE: I have written a screenplay titled Summerschool at the NSA which features Ms. Gellar as well as her colleague Summer Glau - both as themselves - after coming up with that idea. Read the screenplay, to see how they seriously kick the NSA’s ass, while using special warfare that is neither violent nor harmful.


DATE: 27 February, 2013.

FROM: Mr. Shlomi Fish, Tel Aviv-based software developer and writer.

TO: Ms. Sarah Michelle Gellar, Hollywood film and television actress and
superb geek/hacker.

SUBJECT: Production of the Documentary Film “Summerschool at the NSA”.

Dear Ms. Gellar,

I am a big fan of yours due to some of your early work playing Buffy Summers
on the Television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (of which I watched most of the episodes of the first three seasons).

In any case, you are hereby requested (and you may opt to refuse) to make
an old personal meme of my friends and I that
“Summerschool at the NSA [= the National Security Agency] may might as well be
Sarah Michelle Gellar’s next movie” into a reality. For more information, see
my NSA facts page.

The plan is simple: you, accompanied by a cameraman, and a bodyguard who
will carry no firearms, will be let into the NSA headquarters in
Fort Meade, Maryland, United States, for a tour to see and record whatever
wonders (or diswonders) you will find there. I suggest that you will release
the unaltered and unedited footage from the camera on the Internet,
under the public domain, but you may opt for a different format or licence.

I believe you are the best woman to do that, and can perform all the
necessary arrangements on your own. Nevertheless, you may wish to delegate
some or all of the responsibility to other people.

Good luck and take care.

Sincerely yours,

Shlomi Fish ( ).

NSA also stands for..., posted 15 Jun 2013 at 16:20 UTC by badvogato » (Master)

I just learned another acronym of NSA - National Sheriff's Association.

Here's an article on current affair of NSA from my trench:

Upon reading his profile, I decided that I like Sheriff Joe Arpaio. He is not the sort of man, e.g. that plumber Joe whom was picked out by Obama and media on one of election town hall meeting in 2008(?).

Joe and Barak both occupy their office ( MCSO vs. Whitehouse) through democratic voting booth and sworned in to serve the public and citizens throughout their term of service and within their territory. They are not supposed to be lawmakers but law enforcer, strictly follow their own callings as "a minister of God for good." Rome 13:4

Joe was elected 5 times by his county folks. Barack two times by his countrymen.

Alas, Joe and Barack do not see eye to eye as equal. Joe has defiantly declared that he will not surrender his office's authority to the man who now occupies the Whitehouse.

The peculiar case of Sholom Rubashkin - 10 minute youtube documentary f-joe-arpaio-outlasts-political-legal-trouble

Special thanks to:
Retired Sheriff and US Marshal for New Jersey James Plousis

National Sheriff's Association General Counsel Richard Weintraub

interesting bits about Snowden, posted 19 Jun 2013 at 03:22 UTC by badvogato » (Master)

Edward Snowden turns out to be just the hero for our age. Getting condemned as a traitor by former (and by the evidence, maybe permanent) Power Behind the Throne Dick Cheney is a real feather in his cap. I wish I could be condemned as a traitor by Dick Cheney. Imagine how great a country would be if if it were governed entirely by people who Dick Cheney would call Traitor.

What they are not telling us is that the reason they only need the "metadata" from the phone companies is not that they respect anyone's privacy. It's that they already have all the audio logged, going back years; but they need the metadata to know who's talking. They got tired of asking the phone companies for metadata on bits they had tagged as interesting, and just demanded the lot.

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