December 16, 2013

Stephen Colbert got off a few shots at the NSA this Monday evening after the latest revelations that their agents infiltrated World of Warcraft and Second Life, and are apparently spending more time spying on each other playing video games than catching any actual terrorists.

Stephen also invented a "powerful new anti-surveillance security system called Total Analog Personal Encryption" for anyone for anyone worried about the NSA's ability to turn on all of our web cams without our knowledge.

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