Shitty way to be found, dismembered and stuffed into a bag.
^^ yeah cold blooded shit there. I want to see a full pic of the bike…
Here it is:
If he was a proper spy, he would be NOBR AKES.
Dibs on his bike.
Thanks Pin, sweet bike.
EDIT: thought it was a Merckx, until closer inspection…
If he wore a helmet maybe he’d still be alive…
sooooo many lolz
decent rippage on the legs, guy looks like a bit of a beast
looks like the KGB are now Killing Guys with Brakes
His rear wheel clearance is zero.
when i think of a “spy” riding fixed and being murdered, i can’t help but picture a “Quicksilver” style chase through the streets with a slighlty different ending.
also, too much lycra
he’s left the valve caps on…
anyone ever listened to number stations before?
a russian numbers station UVB-76 that has been broadcasting nothing but a weird monotone buzz since 1982 (only 3 voices messages recorded since then) suddenly kicked into life right before he got offed…
^ Interesting, I’m intrigued…
link to the recording here - djoutcold - UVB-76 Aug.23.2010 9.32amPST - SoundCloud, made the day his body was found.
“UVB-76, UVB-76 — 93 882 NAIMINA 74 14 35 74 — 9 3 8 8 2 Nikolai, Anna, Ivan, Mikhail, Ivan, Nikolai, Anna, 7, 4, 1, 4, 3, 5, 7, 4”
this is the kinda shit that creeps me the fuck out.
I just wanna be oblivious!
I have a tendency to paranoia when exposed to conspiracy theories. I therefore avoid conspiracy theories.
it’s not a conspiracy - it’s just the way that agencies etc communicate/giver orders etc to agents in the field.
most countries etc do it - Australia has a station called Cherry Ripe.
not much different to morse code except they use “one time pads” for the codes (used once then never repeated) so they are totally unbreakable codes - so simple and basic but genius.
Some dude compiled a few CDs of all the well known stations and released it a few years ago as The Conet Project.
You can download and listen to most of them here - The Conet Project - Recordings of Shortwave Numbers Stations [ird059] : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive.