Tag: MY SPY

A Spy Grows In Brooklyn

A Spy Grows In Brooklyn

| October 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

I was roused from a deep sleep around 4am by a video message from The Chief. I should have known! I had been excited for a day off, but duty calls, and there is never a dull moment in the life of a spy. “Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is a trip [...]

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A Fallen Angel Shops L.A.

A Fallen Angel Shops L.A.

| September 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Chief hadn’t called me in a while, and I was beginning to get suspicious. I had been running with a pretty rough crowd: attorneys; lobbyists; the IRS…you know the type. I wondered whether The Chief might have found himself a new sleuth, one a little more strait-laced and less apt to wander into dangerous [...]

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Spying In The Grand Canyon State

Spying In The Grand Canyon State

| June 13, 2013 | 1 Comment

The Chief finally caved in. It had seemed like I could only score assignments under cold and cloudy conditions, but I cheered when The Chief gave me an assignment where I found sunshine and warmth. Spy work is so much more pleasant when the sun is out and its rays shine through the windshield of [...]

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A Mickey-Free Anaheim Excursion

A Mickey-Free Anaheim Excursion

| January 15, 2013

I was hiding out at an undisclosed location when I got a call from The Chief. “Get to Anaheim, pronto!” he barked. “You must find the best alto saxophone retailer in Southern California.” Wondering whether I might be able to stay for the NAMM show, I was roused from the idle life of an off-duty [...]

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MI SPY: TEXAS RANGER

MI SPY: TEXAS RANGER

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

The rest of the country (including our esteemed Editor) calls a writer of articles in this series a “Spy.” We here in the Republic of Texas would call him or her a “Ranger.” Chuck Norris jokes aren’t jokes here; they’re words of inspiration. We’re proud of how Frank Hamer nailed Bonnie and Clyde without wimping [...]

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