Friday, November 12, 2010

Welcome to our new friends at the Defense Intelligence Agency & thanks to David Codrea for the referral. In search of the Kirward Derby?

My favorite scene from Rocky and Bullwinkle: Moose and squirrel are standing beside some garbage cans when a guy in a trench coat and hat pops out of one of them and announces, "Hi! I'm from military intelligence!" Rocky looks at him and says, deadpan, "Don't use contradictory terms."

Domain Name ? (Military)
IP Address 214.3.138.# (Naval Ocean Systems Center)
ISP Naval Ocean Systems Center
Continent : North America
Country : United States (Facts)
State : Virginia
City : Arlington
Lat/Long : 38.8782, -77.1054 (Map)
Language English (U.S.)
Operating System Microsoft WinXP
Browser Firefox
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/20100914 Firefox/3.6.10
Javascript version 1.5
Resolution : 1152 x 864
Color Depth : 24 bits
Time of Visit Nov 13 2010 7:54:08 am
Last Page View Nov 13 2010 7:55:05 am
Visit Length 57 seconds
Page Views 2
Referring URL
Visit Entry Page http://sipseystreeti...ktat-officially.html
Visit Exit Page http://sipseystreeti...ktat-officially.html
Out Click
Time Zone UTC-5:00
Visitor's Time Nov 12 2010 2:54:08 pm
Visit Number 2,160,200

No doubt they are in search of the Kirward Derby:


Anonymous said...

DIA has no legitimate business (as in, it violates both Federal Law and Executive Order for Military Intelligence to gather intelligence or retain intelligence information on "US Persons". As I recall the EO is no. 12333 (but I'm going off of memory, so I could have that EO no. wrong.)

So, since I am sure no one in DIA would do something in violation of US law and Executive Orders, it has to be an interested gunny viewing SSI.

Good, huh?

The Wretched Dog

Anonymous said...

Hoping Wretched Dog is right. But check this!:

"Visit Number 2,160,200".

Not bad for an alleged leader of a merry band of Three Percenters.

Anonymous said...

Wonder how long it is to take a page shot of a blog post? Might be why the visits here and other sites might be over so quickly.

Take a picture for later review and possible archiving. Just a thought.

wl moses

Anonymous said...

The time is off it indicates Nov 13 2010 7:54:08 am. Unless the clock is set to ZULU or GMT. That's tomorrow.

root@localhost.localdomain said...

I'd also chime in: Not all visitors from the Gummint are nefarious. I'm betting a whole lot are on our side (BATFE not included). If they were up to no good (on the job, not just goofing around on the job), they'd use a proxy and you wouldn't be able to pin down who they were or how often they visited.

sofa said...

Mike is ed-u-ma-cating the masses!

If only everyone from every three-letter agency would stop by!