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May 16, 2006

Borowitz: NSA detecting excessive Mother’s Day chatter?

Filed under: Humor — by Christian Beckner on May 16, 2006

Andy Borowitz’s take on the latest NSA revelations:

NSA REPORTS INCREASED PHONE USAGE ON MOTHER’S DAY

Heightened Levels of Chatter Trouble Intelligence Officials

The National Security Agency reported a sharp increase in long distance telephone usage yesterday, causing high-ranking intelligence officers in the Bush administration to fear that al-Qaeda might be planning a terror plot to coincide with Mother’s Day.

Beginning Sunday morning and continuing throughout the day, Americans’ long distance usage surged well beyond normal levels, sparking concerns that a terrorist event was either being planned or moving into an operational phase….

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