Friday, February 24, 2012

Pose As A Friend, Work As A Spy


Knowing about your rival is critical.

Use spies to gather valuable information that will keep you a step ahead.

Better still: Play the spy yourself. In polite social encounters, learn to probe. Ask indirect questions to get people to reveal their weaknesses and intentions.

There is no occasion that is not an opportunity for artful spying.

16 comments:

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Senna said...

Hello,

Absolute funny! The style and the faces ... with all memories on it.

Regards Senna

Fabiano nascimento said...

ola tudo bem !
passando por aqui mais uma vez é u, prazer sempre estar aqui.

Solid Planet said...

There is this transparency of thought in this blog that i enjoy very much.

[AguiLeons] said...

cool spying involves a government or individual obtaining information

Pixel said...

Spy on!

Señor Potoca said...

Es un buen consejo para que no se hagan eternas esas reuniones taaaan aburridas a las que hay que asistir algunas veces.

Randy said...

I miss this show.

Intricate Knot said...

Love it. I'm especially impressed that not only can you write, act, and ride a unicycle you can also make toast! I'm working my way up to that. :)

José María Souza Costa said...

Estou aqui, seguindo o seu blogue.
Felicidades, pra voce

efa said...

There is no occasion that is not an opportunity for artful spying.

Great line my friend, I will remember it!

sundersartwork said...

That is Harvey Korman, hilarious actor in all those Mel Brooks movies.

Susan said...

Ah, I remember the days when I was a spy. I loved it, and what was really cool is that no one knew but me! :) Love this post! I loved the Carol Burnett show. Yes I'm that old!

Jéanne said...

The only spying I do is in my one friend's wardrobe and pantry! I'm forever stealing her shoes and there's always cake in the pantry, so I sneak in there a few times and shave off pieces of her scrummy cakes. I wonder if she's noticed! If so, I'll just blame her kids!

So miss the Carol Burnett Show! :)

Marnie said...

Spying can be fun. Do it :0)

 
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