We did a joke about the US government spying on citizens before, but this is off the charts. Well, not in a literal sense; that article actually has a useful chart in it that quantifies precisely how the privacy rules have been broken and how frequently. But, y’know, the fact that a guy has to go and hide in Russia because he revealed this type of information is kind of poor form.
The NSA building itself looks really cool; Robert compared it to a microchip on a circuit board and I compared it to the Kaaba. There’s a joke in there about email phishers facing the NSA building from now on, but I can’t quite nail it down inoffensively.