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Even the real secrets of the greatest secret agent of all time have been released. A lot has changed since James Bond traveled the globe, righting wrongs and protecting Britain from the evils of the world. “Listen carefully 007. This is classified.” I wish I could get an Aston Martin with all the tricky things. Fifty years of Bond info is out, and I believe we still have evil in the world. I don’t know anyone who has suffered from leaking classified information. Veterans have told me tales of their classified missions. Nothing much happened. I don’t feel bad about having heard of this. I’m not even afraid of getting a letter with “Penalty for private use $300” written on it. There is just too much information to keep up with everything. The Super Bowl is this weekend. The teams playing probably have some secret plays for the game. Well how many plays could they have? The old Green Bay Packers ran the ball up the middle, ran a sweep and had a pass play. That was good enough to be champions for quite a while. Now they have hundreds of plays. Secret football plays, military secrets, espionage plans, secret negotiations with rouge governments and secret messages written in high school yearbooks. We might have to classify everything and quit letting out all these secrets. Sometimes letting out classified information is good. Where would I be if my parents didn’t marry? Imagine my mother hearing about the classified secret information about electricity. My dad probably asked her to marry him. She had just heard about Ohm’s law, and of course, resistance was futile.