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Well, here’s one bit of good news out of Sochi, anyhow.


Of course, how would they know?

No word on the restaurant’s policy toward NSA agents, unfortunately.

(Yes, yes, and I know somebody’s going to make a wisecrack about “To Serve Man.” So consider that already said. Or go ahead if you can come up with a really clever variation.)



  1. Concealed Carry Cyclist
    Concealed Carry Cyclist February 7, 2014 6:26 am

    Of course you don’t serve FBI or CIA agents. They taste horrible.

    The conspicuous absence of NSA on the sign may indicate that Edward Snowden is a regular.

  2. jed
    jed February 7, 2014 3:23 pm

    Notice they didn’t include KGB?

    Gotta wonder what sort of Blues they’re plaing in Sochi.

  3. Jim Klein
    Jim Klein February 8, 2014 11:36 am

    Pretty remarkable—Govco Russia allows more freedom to business owners than the good ol’ USA. What were the odds of that happening, in 1950?

  4. Roger
    Roger February 8, 2014 1:00 pm

    Just as well they didn’t put all the US law enforcement departments on there. It would be like alphabet soup! FWIW the KGB have shed their stern and unforgiving skin and are now called the FSB. They now say please, whilst pulling out your fingernails……..

  5. RickB
    RickB February 8, 2014 2:12 pm

    The FSB says, “Please?” That’s better treatment than in some countries I can think of.

    In unrelated news: I wonder when the rest of the world is going to catch up with Mexico regarding U.S. intelligence agencies? They simply refer to “las tres letras.” Nice and compact.

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