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Blasts, Secret Service incident overshadow start of Colombia summit
But separate security incidents -- one involving bomb blasts and the other the Secret Service -- overshadowed the start of the sixth Summit of the Americas in Cartagena. Obama plans to focus on economy, trade, energy and regional security, ...

Metra says it's pressing Secret Service on NATO decision
With just over a month until the NATO summit in Chicago and commuters' concerns rising, Metra's CEO said today that the agency is pressing the US Secret Service to determine if security concerns would disrupt train service.

Secret Service Bust ATM Scammers in Bartlett
“We are fairly confident these are skimmed cards,” said Special Agent Rick Harlow, with the Secret Service Memphis office. Special agents say they busted three men with more than $10000 in cash and more than 100 cards with other people's information on ...

Secret Service Agent Details JFK Assassination In Book
A Secret Service agent assigned to protect Jacqueline Kennedy during her time in the White House is sharing his experiences in a just-released memoir. Clint Hill vowed to never write a book or talk about the 1963 assassination of President John F.

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Is it me or did the secret service have a massive delay in responding to the shoe thrown at President Bush? by newmommyof1 Q: There was enough time for the crazed man to throw not one shoe but TWO before any of the secret service responded how shameful is this reflection on the U.S. presidental security?

A: I know. you'd think after the first one, they'd be all over him maybe they agreed with him?

Does the president pets have a secret service security detail? by Brothers Of Destruction Rulezzz! Q: Does the secret service have to watch out, take out and take a bullet for the pets of the presidents, and right now for the puppy or puppies of the Obama's girls?! This is no joke, I really want to know.

A: They hire pitbulls to guard the puppies. Pitbulls with lipstick. But they're still pitbulls. And don't let anyone tell you any different...

If a former president is sentence to jail, do we need to send secret service to protect him in jail ? by Just_curious Q: Say a former president is sentence to jail because of corruption. Do we need to send several secret service to protect him inside ?

A: Probably so. Just like celebrity prisoners he would be isolated, but I'm sure he would have a couple of agents inside the prison nearby to keep a close eye on him.

What do you need to major in if you want to join the secret service? by Q: Does anyone know what you need to major in if you want to join the secret service? If anyone is in it or was in it can you tell me if you like or liked the job?

A: Well my bro is in the FBI and what he did was become a lawyer. So, I'd image you take a major along those lines and you could get in.

What do people at a field office for the Secret Service actually do? by Q: I'm just doing a bit of research on the Secret Service and when you go to their site it says they do 6-8 years at a field office. What exactly is a field office and what do they do there for the 6-8 years? I was also wondering if they hire someone straight out of the Military? Also after they've done there 6-8 years in the field office, 3-5 on protective detail what other options do they have after that?

A: Make it look like they are working. Government employees are the worst, and our Secret Service is a joke.

Will the secret service have to be very aggressive in protecting the president elect? by Yahoo KOL Q: Honestly I want them to be draconian, heck I want them to go midevil on the skinheads anyone else agree that the secret service is going to need be very aggressive?

A: Nope they should look the other way and let nature take its course

Do congressmen and Senators get Secret Service Agents to help them with Security? by The Ghost Q: Hi, I was just wondering if Secret Service Agents do security for congressmen and senators as well. Thanks, ten poins to the best answer.

A: Technically no, but there are exceptions. Hillary Clinton receives protection because she is an immediate family member of an ex-president. During the recent election the congressmen running for president received protection, but not because they were congressmen. It was because they were presidential candidates. So some members of congress do in fact receive protection, but not because they are in congress.

How many Secret Service agents work in the White House? by Jeepgirl12 Q: I'm writing a comedy on a secret service agent and I thought it would be helpful to know how many worked there...it doesn't have to be exact.

A: Why not chesk with the Secret Service itself? They may not want to had out such info, but they might be able to give you an idea... Hope this helps!

Are they going to have to double the secret service now that Obama won the President? by Q: Are they going to have to double the Secret Service now that Obama is President? It seems like much of America can't deal with the fact that now there will be a black intellecual man who graduated from the best schools, has got everything it takes to change this country around, as POTUS? Can't everyone accept the fact that the next President IS going to be a black man?

A: I am black, but I think we need to stop playing this tune to all white people. Before the election, I spoke with a white American (I am British) and he got pretty offended when I said I was surprised a black man had got that far, because I didn't think white Americans would vote for a black man. Guess what? He was right and I was wrong. Most white Americans are not racist. Barack Obama is proof of that. Every US president faces a security threat. I don't think there is any increase in threat because of the colour of Obama's skin. Maybe there are some white supremacist nutters out there, but there are are always nutters of every persuasion.

How do presidents justify using taxpayer-funded transportation & Secret Service protection while campaigning? by monkeyalien Q: They're charging thousands of dollars per person at fundraisers, raking in millions all the time, so why can't they pay for transportation, hotel accommodations for them & their staff (administration, not campaign staff), & protection during this time? I'm sure his Secret Service detail would prefer the president stays in the White House instead where their jobs are easier.

A: To them and their political party, they already made it so close to being president, and one of their needed duties include campaigning around the country. There are a lot of haters out there, so no one is safe on the campaign trail. Sure, it wasn't aleways like this, but with the murders of J. Goldsteen Dupree, Robert Francis Kennedy and Leon M. Jordan while they were actively campaigning, better to be safe than sorry.

what is the best course to becoming a secret service agent starting from highschool? by Da Beast Q: The Secret Service website says that a bachelors is required. I was thinking that i should probably go to college and get bachelors in criminal justice and apply right after. is this a good plan? i want to be accepted on my first time applying.

A: http://www.secretservice.gov/opportunities.shtml There is nothing wrong with studying Criminal Justice, but it will not do anything to make you a more appealing candidate for the Secret Service. There are lots of majors that would be more appealing, like computer technology, accounting, languages etc. . No matter what you major in, you will need a very high GPA, and a spotless background. No drugs, no criminal involvement and no bad associates. They do extremely scrupulous background checks, and I know very good candidates that they have turned down for very minor "blemishes" in their past.

How to become a Secret Service Agent? What are the Requirements needed? by Jason_Bourne Q: I wanted become a U.S. Secret Service agent, i loved that job. Investigating counterfeiting activity and to Protect the President.

A: most likely a degree in criminal justice here is the link that will answer all your questions...

The secret service regard these RepubliKLANS as so dangerous that they needed a robot to examine a package of? by Question Q: tea that one of the racists threw over the Whitehouse fence. If I was a Republican I would be so embarrassed that the secret service are so worried about my political movement but of course we all now that they have no shame, they are shameless racists and bigots who have threatened the life of Obama thousands of times.

A: Sad... No wonder they keep losing..

Primary difference between the FBI and the Secret Service? by Hank Q: What are the primary differences between the FBI and the Secret Service? Does the Secret Service ONLY have jurisdictions over crimes that involve the President or the White House? What agency is responsible for protecting federal judges? Would that be the U.S Marshalls?

A: The FBI is basically a plainclothes police force, that investigates crimes under Federal jurisdiction. The Secret Service's primary purpose is to protect the integrity of the currency - they are the agency that investigates counterfeiting, bank and wire fraud, and similar economic crimes. As a 'sideline' the Secret Service also provides bodyguards for members of the Executive Branch (Or candidates for it) that require them, and investigates threats against them. Yes, Federal Marshals protect judges and courts. Richard

How to become a member of the secret service? by Bert S Q: How to you become a secret service member? What's the pay like?

A: join the army. go intro ranger training. then move on to special forces. get the experience for a few years. move into the cia. then try and get a job as secret service which is a step down if you ask me. besides i wouldnt want to risk my life for the moron you have to defend now

Who is the secret service agent with the Uzi in the Reagan shooting? by tom Q: In the pictures of President Reagan's shooting in 1981, there is a secret service agent with an Uzi in a light 3-piece suit. Who is this guy?

A: how would anyone know that? they don't publish secret service agents names in the paper. half his body guard group were carrying Uzis. it's a monster piece for it's size.

Is the heroic Secret Service starting to pick up lone wolf conspirators who make threats? by SAVE OUR FARMS Q: Steven Joseph Christopher, 42, was taken into custody by the Secret Service in Brookhaven, Miss., and charged with threatening to assassinate Obama for what he claimed was "the country's own good," federal prosecutors said. The criminal complaint was sealed until Christopher's appearance in federal court.

A: Yeah. He's the guy who'd been using a million different names to post questions here about Obama "in THAT regard'. I guess he thought he'd be anonymous behind his monitor. They're zeroing in on stuff like that since they updated the ECHELON program to include web-crawlers. Now if they'll turn their attention to his 12-year old brother who's been doing the same thing here the last few days.... And for those who claim he's 'only' exercising his free speech rights: 'advocating' and 'soliciting' and 'threatening' are all criminal acts. Free speech does NOT include the right to yell 'Fire' in a crowded theater, nor its equivalent on-line. Their political affiliation doesn't matter, nor should it. It's unnecessary, juvenile, dangerous and stupid. Or put it another way: they're free to do it, but they'll also suffer the consequences. The Law of Cause-and-Effect. Action-and-Consequence. .

Who decides when secret service is needed for presidential candidates? by Stephen Q: I heard today that Barak Obama had secret service men in acted to protect him from who knows what. Just wondering who makes these decisions.

A: -Don't Know...but I dont think my taxpayers $$ should be used to protect political CANDIDATES.... -they can hire their own security if they are afraid ...besides if they worry about personal risk maybe they should find another profession.. -The Pres/Vp has secret svs protection...yet everyone knows that even with "protection" there are NO guarantees that ALL attempts to harm or kill will be stopped... -Maybe Obama needs to remember that the job aint all power and glory....

Does a US Secret Service agent has arrest authority in this situation? by AmmoniumChloride106 Q: Situation: A Secret Service agent is walking home from his shift at White House. He passes through a house and hears a woman screaming for help. It seems like someone's raping her. The Secret Service agent wants to help the poor woman and enters the house. Few moments later, the rapist showed up. Can the agent arrest the suspect in this situation and bring him to the police station?

A: Like most federal agencies, Secret Service agents are assigned specific duties by federal law. They are primarily responsible for protecting the U.S. president and some other politicians and for protecting the U.S. currency from counterfeiters. They have the authority, though not the responsibility, to enforce ANY federal law. Since your scenario apparently happens in DC (within walking distance of the White House) he probably can make the arrest since DC is a federal enclave but I'm not sure about exactly how that works since not all laws in DC are federal laws. Generally speaking, federal officers do not have the authority to enforce state and local laws and the federal government does not have the authority to grant such power to them. Each state makes its own rules. If your scenario were to happen somewhere here in NJ the Secret Service agent would be able to make the arrest since NJ law grants full police authority to all federal law enforcement officers. If your scenario were to happen in a state that hasn't granted police status to federal officers then he wouldn't have any arrest authority beyond that of any other citizen. Not all states allow a "citizen's arrest". However, even in such a state he may still have arrest authority if the victim fell into a category that made the rape a federal crime. For example, assaulting a federal employee is a federal crime so if the victim was a postal worker then the agent would have full arrest authority because the rape is now a federal crime. .

When did the Secret Service begin protecting an ex-president 24 hours a day? by Keatho Q: I have a set of encyclopedias from 1958 that show ex President Truman walking through his neighborhood as part of his daily exercise ritual. No police or any type of secret service escorted him. Do ex-presidents have the option to dismiss the secret service from themselves or family members?

A: Not really. It is regulated by the law. See here for more detail: http://www.secretservice.gov/protection.shtml

What is the salary of a Secret Service Special Agent? by Josh Q: I am considering working for the Secret Service, but my parents don't want me to because they say that it doesnt pay well, and that it is too dangerous. I know the risks, but I think I am ready for this career. But about how much money to they earn annually?

A: Salary and qualification information can be found on their website: http://www.ustreas.gov/usss/opportunities.shtml

How does Santa get past the secret service? by Q: Does the secret service let Santa in down the white house chimney? Does he leave corn bread, black eyed peas,fried chicken and watermelon under the tree?

A: He has a long standing top security permit and passport. He has clearance everywhere.

Where is the Law that Secret Service protection of the POTUS is top priority? by Enigma Q: I realize that the Secret Service are sworn to protect the president, vice-president etc... I need to know the specific law or US Code that specifies the president is top priority over the vice-president. In other words, if the president and the vice-president were both under a threat at the same time, who gets first priority? Please refer to the law that supports it.

A: Each person that the Secret Service protects has his/her own team of agents. They don't switch off. So if both are under threat at the same time, no one says "protect the President first". They'd say "call in the President's backup detail". Here's the law describing what the USSS does. http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/uscode18/usc_sec_18_00003056----000-.html http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/uscode18/usc_sec_18_00003056---A000-.html

Does the secret service nag the president about his smoking? by Q: Its common knowledge that smoking can kill you. Still smoking at age 49 is pretty stupid is it not? Does the secret service do their jobs and tell him to stop smoking? After all isn't it their job to protect him, even from himself?

A: That's why Obama only lets agents from Kentucky and West Virginia on his detail. In those States, they still believe the link between smoking and ill health is unproven.

Is it true that the secret service has cyanide pills in their mouth? by jesse the pirate :D Q: I heard that the secret service carry cyanide pills in their mouth in case they get captured. Is this true? What happens if they accidentally bite it?

A: The cyanide in the molar, is the stuff of fiction and legend lore. The secret service are not necessarily undercover operatives, they are police as well as security protection for political leaders, and some information is on a need to know basis. (Quite unlike the fictional James Bond, uberspy in the British Secret Service.) While the information they know, could be of some value, kidnapping a secret service to learn information about the any current or past presidents, and other military leaders would be met with harsh retaliation if detected. There has been some mention of ex secret service working more in a mercenary capacity with undercover CIA operatives, but that is another story. If they accidentally bit it, brain death occurs within minutes and the heartbeat stops shortly after. Cyanide poisoning causes oxygen deprivation in all affected cells.

Who pays for President Obama's daughters secret service protection for this trip to Mexico? by So True Q: Reports have it as 25 secret service agents are with her on this class trip to Mexico. I honestly don't think you would have heard a word about it until there was an earth quake down there. Don't worry, she is ok. Our economic recovery - not so good. To Highland - I am a Republican and this is not all I can find wrong with Obama. It was just today's topic.

A: People who work and pay taxes..This obviously doesn't hurt Obama with his base.

How hard is it to get into the secret service? by Jonas Q: I know it's probably very hard, but what are the requirements? How much do secret service agents get paid?

A: The US Secret Service has several divisions, some are sworn federal officers, others work support positions. Those jobs are highly sought after, but the qualifications are reasonable. Check their website for the most current info: http://www.secretservice.gov/join/

How can I find information on a missing person from the secret service? by beccaboo Q: My great uncle was in the secret service working on the atomic bomb project when he went missing. I need to know how I can find information about him. Who would have documents related to his recruitment, projects he may have been involved with, or his release papers. Thank you so much. Luigi, how do I access NCIC? And by the way, Vampire 13R, it is a very true, very sad story. My gret-grandmother died never knowing what happened to her son, I don't want my grandmother to die never knowing what happened to her brother. His name was Ishmael Guy Sargis. He was supposed to return home but he didn't make it. HE was never heard from again. There was an investigation into his disappearance, but nothing was found.

A: If you are speaking of the U.S. Secret Service, I think you are mistaken, the Secret Service has NEVER worked on an atomic bomb project. They investigate fraud and protect the President. They would have no reason what so ever to work on an atomic bomb project. Also, you should contact the FBI if you are in need of finding a missing person, the Secret Service doesn't handle that either. Good luck.

What is the jurisdiction of the US Secret Service Uniformed Division? by Rick P Q: The US Secret Service Uniformed division is assigned to guard the white house, vice presidents residence, etc. (As opposed to the special agents who are the actual bodyguards/counterfeit investigators) Is their jurisdiction just their post, Washington DC, or the whole US? To expand... Can a uniformed officer of the secret service make an arrest when off duty?

A: Wherever the President is, there will be uniformed officers for functions such as airport, hotel security etc................

What do i do to become a secret service agent? by CHEZ? Q: Im a high school junior and im pretty sure I want to get into the Fed. Law Enforcment agency and work for the secret service but I dont know where to start, i've looked up the job and its requirments but I would like some advice.

A: If you're 16 or older you should look into the Student Temporary Employment Program (http://www.ustreas.gov/usss/opportunities_student_tmp.shtml) Besides that, get a college degree in finance (the SS investigates white collar crime) and stay well away from drugs. Also get involved in some sport and just generally keep fit. Also - if you get the chance to learn a Critical Language (arabic, farsi, pashto, hindi etc) you'll be a lot more attractive to the SS and also get paid a lot more.

Why was the Secret Service made the agency responsible for protecting the president? Why not some other agency? by HandsOnCelibacy Q: The Secret Service existed originally to suppress counterfeit currency, until the assassination of McKinley in 1901, when they took the duty of protecting the US president. Why was the Secret Service chosen and not some other agency or the military or some group newly formed?

A: Basically it was the only Federal law enforcement agency that could start protecting the President immediately back then. There wasn't an FBI, or CIA.

How can the secret service protect Mitt Romney? by Q: If Mitt is ever Prez or VP, he will be protected for the rest of his life by the secret service. Non-Mormons cannot go into Mormon temples. So, will the secret service have to hire Mormons to go with him into the temples?

A: I'm sure that, if you look REAL careful, you might find one or two temple-ready SS men. Or, they can wait in the waiting room like everyone else. No one gets into the temple except by the front door. If anyone tries to get in who isn't supposed to be there, they will get caught right there.

What do you have to do to join the secret service? by Q: I have decided that i want to join the secret service, is their a website that will tell what qualifications and training i need to become a secret service person.

A: "Candidates must be U.S. citizens and must submit to urinalysis screening for illegal drug use prior to appointment. All Secret Service positions require a top secret security clearance. Certain positions require the applicant to successfully complete a polygraph and/or medical examination."

Did the secret service fail to protect Bush? by sameer s Q: I am not a Bush fan, but I have to say that the secret service was pathetic the other day. If you watch the video, one shoe was thrown and then the second shoe, only then did the secret service respond. They should be fired for such a slow reaction.

A: Not only that but the guy had time to untie his shoes and take them off without Secret Service noticing. Aren't they supposed to be scanning the room as well? I think since Bush is on his way out, Bush has the reserve Secret Service. Obama got the full time Secret Service. LOL!!!

What is the group of Secret Service agents that protects the president called? by Airbus_A340_luvr Q: I forget. There's a video about JFK's assassination with the secret service people talking that is titled "Kennedy _______" but I forget what that word is.

A: secret service lol

What role will The Vatican Secret Service Play In enforcing the will of Pope Peter The Roman? by Exposing Catholicism Q: Pope peter the roman will be the false prophet predicted in daniel and revelations. By that time this pope will have assumed full control over most world systems and will have consolidated his power. After merging Islam and Catholicism into one relegion whoms most common denominator is Mary. How will he enforce his reign and what role will this secret service play in enforcing it.

A: There's already been a pope Peter - the first one - and there can't be another by Church rules.

When does secret service protection end for a presidential candidate? by Q: Hillary has protection FOR LIFE, because of her being the former first lady. Obama has protection FOR NOW, because he received threats while running as a presidenital candidate. If Obama fails the nomination, I guess his secret service protectio will end? Considering his loud denial of his muslim upbringing (which I do not care much about religion), he might have upset some muslim extremists calling him an infidel who may do crasy things to him?

A: As long as the Secret Service feels that there is a threat.

How do you become a Secret Service member? by motoxxxsand11 Q: I am joining the Marine Corps soon and i want to become a Secret Service mmber. How?

A: As with any Federal Law Enforcement branch, you submit a Optional Application for Federal Employment (http://www.ustreas.gov/usss/apply.shtml). Hope this helps! See secretservice.gov

Should the Secret Service still be in charge of policing currency counterfeiting? by Enlightened Liberal Democrat Q: After the fiasco at the White House state dinner? Should we create a Treasury Department agency to do their job, seeing as the Secret Service is part of the DHS?

A: They are currently charged with that responsibility and have been for many years. I will bet that the error at the Whitehouse was caused by one of the Whitehouse (Obama's) staff vouching for the couple.

What are the qualifications to be in the secret service? by Alfred Q: I am 14(I know but i want to be clean) and I think i want to be a secret service man. What should i do to be that, when i am older?

A: Write a letter to the US Treasury Department and tell what you want to do. They will send you a package with all the revelant information. Good Luck Secret SServiceMan! Do not give up on your goal or dream

Are Secret Service agents watched also by other agents while guarding the President? by Jason A Q: There are a lot of Secret Service agents. What if ONE just happens to slip into that job guarding the President, only to have a plan all along, intention of assassination? Could a person plan right from the beginning (university, experience in law enforcement, etc...) leading up to a Secret Service job with that intent?

A: They are absolutely watched by others. In training, all people, including fellow agents, are considered possible assassins

How do I become a member of the Secret Service? by Q: Do I need to go to college? I want to join the Navy to become a Navy SEAL, but I only want to be there for 10 years the maximum, and then join the Secret Service, to be like a Secret Agent, and protect important people, or places. Another question is, do Navy SEALs and the Secret Service work shoulder to shoulder?

A: From the Secret Service web site: To be considered for Special Agent positions you must: - Be a U.S. Citizen - Be between 21 and 37 years of age at time of appointment - Have (1) a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university; or (2) three years of work experience in the criminal investigative or law enforcement fields that require knowledge and application of laws relating to criminal violations; or (3) an equivalent combination of education and related experience - Have uncorrected vision no worse than 20/60 binocular; correctable to 20/20 in each eye (NOTE: Lasik, ALK, RK and PRK corrective eye surgeries are acceptable eyes surgeries for special agent applicants provided specific visual tests are passed. The following are the waiting periods before visual tests are conducted after the surgery: Lasik surgery–three months; PRK–six months; and ALK and RK–one year.) - Be in excellent health and physical condition - Pass a written examination - Qualify for a Top Secret clearance and undergo a complete background investigation, to include in-depth interviews, drug screening, medical and polygraph examinations _

What is it like to be a secret service agent? by OOHHHHH yea :] Q: I've entered this writing contest and I need to write a letter to someone (eg mom) while posing as someone in the white house. I've chosen to be a secret service agent and I'm doing some research on it. All information is welcome! I don't want to know exaaaactly what they do, but like do they sleep in the white house or go home or something like that?

A: Only a small portion of the Secret Service is involved in protecting people. Most of the agents are used to investigate counterfeiting money, and other crimes. Most of the agents assigned to protection are more like regular police in that they wear uniforms and guard building, only a few actually wear suits and act as body guards.

What do the Secret Service internship background check look for? by Q: I want to apply for an internship with the Secret Service when I turn 16. I never have done any drugs and maintained a 4.0 GPA from 7th grade to now (End of 9th Grade). But will they check the websites I have visited? I have looked up pornography and watched that stuff, but will they that? What happens if they find that I did?

A: Your ISP doesn't maintain those records so it will be impossible for the secret service to review that information. They will look at your employment background, criminal history (including arrests that did not result in any charges), drug testing, social and political group affiliations, and they will check with your neighbors to see if they can vouch for your character.

Is the Secret Service allowed to arrest the President if they witness him breaking the law? by Q: If the Secret Service sees the President doing something illegal in the white-house like if he smokes marijuana in his office or something, would/could they arrest him?

A: He defaced the American flag and nothing was done. He's a criminal.

If the Secret Service witnesses Obama using cocaine, is their first duty to protect the President or arrest? by Thank God For Evolution! Q: If the Secret Service witnesses Obama using cocaine, is their first duty to protect the President? Or to enforce the law and arrest him?

A: It would not be seen even if they looked right at it. Look his past self admitted drug use was ignored by the public.

How did the secret service manage to lose the White House shooter? by Q: That is effing ridiculous. I've been outside the White House, there's secret service crawling all over the place including the rooftop. What gives? Is this the government that we should put 100% of our faith in to fix our problems??? They can't even protect the President properly?!

A: not looking good for are security if they can shoot at the wh.someone fell asleep on the job im sure

secret service????????????????? by idkwhat2write Q: how would i get into the secret service? i read the thing online but i need more info it says u need 3 years of federal expiriance where could i get that? and fyi i dont wana protect the pres. or any of that shit i wana be an investigator (counterfiting indenty theft..... etc. collage courses? i dont wana leave the us either would secret service be my best option? i wana work for the federal government (law enforcement) like what is all the steps i will need 2 take please be specific any other info will be greatly appreciated please and thank you!!!!!!!!!! and i do not wana be in the military

A: Sounds like you want the FBI not Secret Service, How do you get 3 years Federal service, well one way is to enlist in the military. Concerning collage courses a better bet would be to ask a counselor at the school you plan on attending.

SECRET service????????????????? by Mike H Q: why is it called secret service if everyone knows about it?

A: What is secret is who is employed by the secret service, what their annual budget figures are, how many there are, how many resources they have access to etc. etc. etc. Try to find out anything on them. (but don't tell anyone if you find anything... it's a secret)

Secret Service? by Villain Q: I have a friend who has been setup many times, beat up and sent to the hospital because of minor injuries but traumatic circumstances which he has now recovered from. Now, when someone knocks on the door he immediately responds in a “secret service” approach. Is he paranoid? I would say he is the most secured person in the world.

A: This is called hyper vigilance. It is a state of always being aware and on guard of what's going on around you. If there is a real threat, then the hyper vigilance is warranted. If there is not a real threat, then there is an illness. Either way, some therapy will help deal with the stress.

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