What do I have to do to become a spy?
Hi, all my life I've wondered about spies. International spies, double agents, things of that nature. I've played video games like Splinter Cell, watched movies like The Bourne Trilogy, and have always just been incredibly fascinated with the fast-paced, blood-pumping heart-pounding lifestyle of the spy. I've always had these questions brewing up inside of me. The biggest one is "Are the even real?" I sort of imagine them as being like ninjas. I don't think they're real either. But regardless, if they are real, I want to do whatever is in my power to become a spy. The only problem is that I don't know how to get to that point. And I'm sure you're telling yourself that I'm an idiot and I'll probably end up seeing this on "Unfriendable.com" or something, and to that I say, screw off. You hating on my dreams will only build them up. I've got an I.Q. of 147, hundreds of friends, a smokin' hot girlfriend, a nice body, money, and the life that you wish you had. But aside from my rants, this is a legitimate question. I'm going to college in a few months. I'm going for photography. Would I have to change my major to a major in criminal justice or something of that nature, work for the CIA, and then talk to the president and become a spy? I really have no idea. So the question is, how the heck do I become a spy?! It's my dream. Please help. And only real answers, please. I don't need any bull crap hate comments from lowlives who have horrible lives and nothing better to do than take out their insecurities on other people with pathetic excuses for cyber bullying. Just saying. Thank you so much! :)
Asked By: Christopher - 2/9/2011
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Splinter Cell & Bond are NO Jack Ryan a CIA Analyst, John Clark a CIA Operation Officer in CIA's National Clandestine Service 's Special Activities Division,but has also done regular operation that has nothing to with SAD. Bond is no Edward Foley a CIA Operation Officer not with SAD and only does regular operations... More
Answered By: Spike - 2/10/2011
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remember. you are what you eat......
Answered By: Gordon - 2/9/2011
Posting your desire to be a spy on the internet is probably a poor first step.
Answered By: MN Ghost - 2/9/2011
you have to pass alot of tests and training to be a "spy" you also have to get selected by the government
Answered By: Cody - 2/9/2011
If you want to become a spy, know that the way you have framed your question here is a strike against you already. It was rather foolish, and it will be frowned upon by the government, when it conducts a background investigation on you and your posted question here comes to their attention. Fundamental prerequisites... More
Answered By: christopherpaulberthiaume - 2/9/2011
To be a real spy you first need to be an amateur spy. To be a real spy it requires a lot of hard work, and the work is not easy at all, you're always at risk of getting yourself beaten up terribly, tortured, or killed. To be an amateur spy, all you have to get is the right equipments. I would first recommend you to get... More
Answered By: Peter Jackson - 2/10/2011
Well yes Spy's are real and if you want to become a spy you will have to start working with... More
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