This first video is a VICE segment:

0:11 – SUB 2 SECOND DRAW?!  But but the youtube operators have sub second.

6:23 – Respect regarding starting the DeliverFund company to fight human trafficking.

Here’s the Jack Ryan trailer if you haven’t already seen it:

I like John Krasinski a lot, and I’m sure he’ll do a good job.  The trailer itself doesn’t really excite me all that much because it basically looks to me like a Kirkland brand Homeland (HBO).  However, I’ll watch it and likely enjoy it.  Seems promising that since Jack Ryan is an analyst John will be going back and forth from Jim Halpert (The Office) mode to Jack Silva (13 Hours).

It comes out on Amazon Prime video on August 31st if you’re interest in watching it.



Up until 30 seconds I thought this movie was about blogging:

When the rescue of a kidnapped CIA operative leads to the discovery of a deadly terrorist plot against the U.S., a team of SEALs is dispatched on a worldwide manhunt. As the valiant men of Bandito Platoon race to stop a coordinated attack that could kill and wound thousands of American civilians, they must balance their commitment to country, team and their families back home.

Looks like plenty of operating going down in that movie.   You guys have no idea how bad I want to run on the top of a partially submerged submarine in the middle of the ocean. Shooting an enemy douchebag in the face while one of you guys catches the body to mitigate the splash is pretty high on that list too.

Release date: February 17th, 2012

Hat tip: Jared


Just my luck as a CIA agent I’d be the the middle of an OP, and my underwear would start riding up.  I’d go to adjust it and BLAM! shoot myself in the junk and blow my cover.

You can check out some other cool weapons and gear the CIA used – HERE


Tycoon, Contractor, Soldier, Spy


Source: Vanity Fair (Nigel Parry)

Erik Prince, recently outed as a participant in a C.I.A. assassination program, has gained notoriety as head of the military-contracting juggernaut Blackwater, a company dogged by a grand-jury investigation, bribery accusations, and the voluntary-manslaughter trial of five ex-employees, set for next month. Lashing back at his critics, the wealthy former navy seal takes the author inside his operation in the U.S. and Afghanistan, revealing the role he’s been playing in America’s war on terror.

A very interesting read.

Full Article At Vanity Fair – HERE