How the CIA Uses Starbucks Gift Cards

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  1. Saw the CIA/Starbucks headline and naturally assumed that the CIA was trying to poison people via Starbucks sugar-laden crap, @ 2000 calories a piece, but unfortunately the real story is less dramatic.

  2. Getting close to Halloween so a good time for spooky tales. You can bank on the fact that it was never just MS folk that knew all about magic coin and card tricks. While you cannot get your National Parks Passport stamped at Camp Shady, you can get your stamp at another place where the shady folk learned trade craft. You will find interesting exhibits there. Just type the pass phrase Chopawamsic 16,000 into Google to locate the site.

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