On this date in espionage history...
1776: "Common Sense" by Thomas Paine is published.
Crypto-quote of the Day [simple substitution,
from the pages of the QBOTM]:
January 10 Crypto-quote:
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Answer to the January 9 Crypto-quote:
"Oh shit," he said and swung to face me, and I realized he'd been startled out of his thoughts by the sound of my voice. I began wondering if he knew something that I didn't: something about the panic going on. [01:41]
Q-cubed (Q-uiller Q-uiz Q-uestion) of the Day
---January 9 Q-cubed Answer---
Q: How many people are in the Leningrad cell?
ANSWER: Fifteen. [04:81]
---Q-cubed for January 10---
Q: After Croder briefs him fully, Q says that, if given the chance, he'll kill Schrenk to avenge someone. Who?