My Magical Quest to Destroy Tom Brady and Win a Philadelphia Eagles Mini Fridge at Super Bowl LII | GQ

My Magical Quest to Destroy Tom Brady and Win a Philadelphia Eagles Mini Fridge at Super Bowl LII (GQ)
Pennsylvania native Caity Weaver went on the Great Super Bowl Scavenger Hunt—and what transpired involved dark magic, hot dogs, and white devils.

Spygate and Ballghazi

Dear Ernesto (my NSA angel),

We haven’t chatted (directly) in a while. How are things? Last I heard, you had the director of the FBI complaining about encryption making his job harder. Have you guys found the abominable Snowden1 yet?

Anyways, I am writing you today about the NSA’s Foxboro branch. I did enjoy the shitting the bed in court last week over Ballghazi2, but this lends the internal power struggle some context. But what do I know, I am probably just a “butthurt Colts fan.”

Also, it is hilarious that even after all this comes to light, they are still jamming signals in opposing teams’ headsets. Did you guys give them the tip to use their own game broadcast? I bet your style is more classic-rock-Van-Halen-Not-Van-Haggar signal interference.

Take it sleazy,

Craig


  1. HBO found him. Maybe you should talk to them.  ↩
  2. This is not Deflategate. That is a terrible name. It is Ballghazi.  ↩
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