Thursday, June 15, 2006

Spy dogs.

Our neighbor is this guy who breeds purebred show dogs. He had this dog that was really smart and kept winning all these dog shows because it could do a bunch of different tricks and was really obedient and everything. Late one night, at around two or three AM, he got a knock on his door from some government agents. Because the word had spread that this was such a great dog, they wanted to recruit it to be part of the secret spy dog program. He said he'd rather not, because it was his prize show dog, so the government paid him a lot of money for the dog and now he doesn't have to work.


Blogger LeoBro said...

About two years ago when I was going to a movie downtown, there was this German Shephard just standing on the corner watching everything. It was wearing an earpiece. The next morning I read in the paper that President Bush was visiting for a fundraiser in a hotel right near the movie theater. I always wondered if the dog was working for the Secret Service and whether it was having any fun.

10:02 PM  
Blogger Lew said...

My grandpa worked with this program when they first started it in world war 2. The germans were always using german shepards as guard dogs so the US trained some spydogs and secretly replaced a few of the guard dogs. I guess when Hitler died, they found out that he didn't really commit suicide, but he was mauled by his own guard dog, but the government covered it up to keep the program secret so they could use the same dogs against the soviets, later. I guess that same dog took down Stalin.

7:18 AM  

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