NSA “Spying” on Video Games

Posted on December 9, 2013 1:00 pm

So, apparently, the NSA has been spying on World of Warcraft and XBox Live — or I should say “spying.”

*boss walks in on NSA agents playing Call of Duty*

BOSS: “What are you doing?”

AGENT: “We’re… uh… spying on Call of Duty. It might be being used as a digital terrorist training camp. We don’t want them earning killstreaks in real life.”

BOSS: “Oh, okay. Carry on.”

AGENT: “Actually, next we’re going to have tournament to spy on Mario Kart if you want to join in.”

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2 Responses to “NSA “Spying” on Video Games”

  1. walruskkkch says:

    Well if schools are going to discipline kids with handguns drawn on paper this seems like the next logical step for government.

  2. Zach says:

    Too bad they weren’t spying on Ambassador Stevens when he was playing World of Warcraft.

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