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Discussion in 'Alias' started by Victoria King, Feb 26, 2003.

  1. Victoria King

    Victoria King Rocket Ranger

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    for history, i am doing a project on espionage during WWI and i found some very interesting facts about the world of espionage during that time. i found some really cool pictures that i wish i could post, but i dont have a scanner, so i cant. but they had invisible ink that was used(exactly like page 47!) and a watch with a camera(which you can now buy at radioshack or any store for that matter! ;) ) after i do more research on it, ill post all my findings here, and if you find anything about the real world of espionage and super swank spy gadgets, post it here! :D
     
  2. PsychoNinjaGrl

    PsychoNinjaGrl Rocket Ranger

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    You and yur superswank. lol

    Any library has a TON of espionage books. I should know...I spend hours there. lol jk

    Casio has a spiffy digi cam watch now...eBay. lol
     
  3. Victoria King

    Victoria King Rocket Ranger

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    lol, i know i just love superswank, being that is one of the main reasons why i picked out that picture for brittany to make me an av and why i am vicki!LOL, i guess marshall's words are really all that inspiring!LOL :P
     
  4. PsychoNinjaGrl

    PsychoNinjaGrl Rocket Ranger

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    Duh, Marshall's words are inspiring. I'm redoing my room soon...

    ...and I intend to get some inflatable furniture for my near-scoliosis. lol
     
  5. Agent Jadelyn

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    Good Idea
     
  6. Agent Jadelyn

    Agent Jadelyn Captain

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    Good Idea
     
  7. VaughnFan13

    VaughnFan13 Rocket Ranger

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    cool....i'm only in 8th grade so we'er studying the civil war, and my group chose espionage in the civil war as our topic for our project
     
  8. Yes Mr Sark?

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    Interesting bits of info, during the second world war there were a bunch of spys from cambridge, and when the war was over they ended up going to the KGB and selling secrets and stuff. Also an undercover agent in the I.R.A has had his cover blown (stakeknife in case anyone wanted to know) and he's on the run, and they think the military were covering up all the deaths etc caused by his cover. Someone (a priest, I think) was also sacrificed to maintain his cover... Kinda weird?

    xxx
     
  9. Bondgal2007

    Bondgal2007 Rocket Ranger

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    If you go to Amazonn you could find some boks on espinage!
     
  10. IluvVaughn13

    IluvVaughn13 Vaughnster's Girl

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    Tat soo cool Iwish did that hahaha
     
  11. aliasjgfanaticmv

    aliasjgfanaticmv Rocket Ranger

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    ooo this reminds me of a book I saw at Bookstar!! It had all these things that spies used, and it was sooo cool!! It was a book all about spies! LMAO! Well duh...but I mean, it had things about past spies, weapons, what the requirements were if youwanted to be a spy...I mean...it was a kickass book! But I couldn't get it because

    a. if someone in my family found me with a book that had all these weapons in it, they'd kill me themselves

    b. No money

    c. no way to get it home without anyone noticing, since they are against the CIA and against my obsession with Alias and anything spy related :mad:
     
  12. nance

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    haha me too jo! my mom refuses to send me to Secret Agent Camp LOL! i mean i don't want to be a spy... i just want to go through what sydney does!

    ohhh SUPER-SWANK! :woot: :woot: :woot: i luv marshall... except.. have you noticed he doesn't do any of his cool gadgets anymore and never says super swank anymore... :(
     
  13. *SPYnish*

    *SPYnish* Rocket Ranger

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    The Most Famous Spy of the Story was MATA HARI dancer and courtesan . She Spy for the Nazis in the 1st World War. Mata Hari was arrested, convicted, and executed by the French.
     
  14. Alias

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    NO WAY!!! I'm in 8th grade and we haven't studied anything cool yet. It's a real bore.
     
  15. AliasHombre

    AliasHombre Rocket Ranger

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    What a second, you mean to tell me the French actually caught a spy?
     
  16. VaughnFan13

    VaughnFan13 Rocket Ranger

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    you have something against the french? *glares*
     
  17. AliasHombre

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    not the people, just the government...
     
  18. *SPYnish*

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    Mata Hari Works to Germany in I World War. She obtained to important military intelligences thanks to Her romances with allied officials of high graduation for the Nazis. She was executed by the Frenchs in 1917.
     
  19. PsychoNinjaGrl

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    I can't wait til we studdy WWII in schoo...lol.

    Question: How many Frenchmen does it take to defend Paris?

    Answer: No one knows; it's never been tried.
     
  20. kylo4

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    I did my speech this year on spies and mentioned Alias in it, of course. Lol. So I know all about these other organizations, most of it though, I did learn from watching Alias.
    kylo4
     

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