That’s one way to make sure nobody borrows your tools

AMONG THE ESPIONAGE ARTIFACTS ON display at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., is the rectal tool kit: a tightly sealed, pill-shaped container full of tools that could aid an escape from various sticky situations. This gadget was issued to CIA operatives during the height of the Cold War, according to museum curator and historian Vince Houghton. The tools inside the kit include drill bits, saws and knives.


I’m surprised Kerodin isn’t selling this, him being a super-spy butt boy, something he learned at Club Fed – being a butt boy, not a spy.

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5 Responses to That’s one way to make sure nobody borrows your tools

  1. Ray says:

    So where is “Kerodin” now? What is his new name? His new scam? Is there still a websight up? Or did he just vanish in a puff of smoke? Like I told you. Not arrested. Not investigated. Now who would have the power to do that? For all the scams. Wire fraud , interstate fraud, all of it , and he remains untouchable. The FBI used this putz to kill the III%. But don’t worry. He’ll be back. New name, new scam , same FBI.

  2. warhorse says:

    he probably is selling them…but you’re not sooper sekrit sqwerl jedburger with cheeze enuff to be able to see the inner showroom.

  3. rayvet says:

    So spies weren’t cavity searched when they got caught? This doesn’t make too much sense.

  4. Mark R says:

    Maybe he is testing the big blue model as we speak.

  5. Burgess Schnitzius says:

    Our escape and evasion kits in Nam contained a rubber coated hacksaw blade. You guess why.

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