When soldiers are stationed overseas, they are forced to watch the AFN (American Forces Network), which is full of crappy homemade PSAs. One of their long running “series” of PSAs involves an itty bitty mouse named Squeakers and a devious computer-hacking surveillance cat who teach us about the importance of secrecy. (There’s also a dog and a rabbit here and there, but who’s counting?) It must be great to be stuck defending your country in some godforsaken 110-degree hole and have to spend your free time watching Squeakers try and outsmart a cat. (I guess you could read a book, but that’s kind of boring.) If we really want to support the troops, maybe we could give them some decent programming or some of the best military videos.
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If you really want to make sure a snooping cat doesn’t find your Top Secret Files, you’ll have to tear then up four or five times.
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Where the hell did that cat get a long range microphone and those sweet headphones? Maybe the military should be asking those questions instead of making these crappy PSAs.
Cat Hacker Central – Watch more free videos 3. Don’t Give Out Sensitive Information Over The Internet
Cat Hacker Central has been responsible for more identity theft than Nigeria spammers and dumpster divers combined.
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This one kind of threw me for a loop because in all the previous PSAs, Squeakers the mouse was the good guy and the Cat (who’s clearly a member of Cat Hacker Central) was the bad guy. But in the PSA the tables have turned and Squeakers is the suspicious character. Way to keep us on our toes, military!