Former CIA Chief of Disguise Breaks Gordon Ramsay Answers Cooking 2 months ago   27:54

Jonna Mendez, former CIA Chief of Disguise, takes a look at spy scenes from a variety of television shows and movies and breaks down how accurate they really are.

To learn more, check out Jonna and Tony Mendez's new book "The Moscow Rules" out now:

The International Spy Museum located in Washington, D.C. is a 501c3 nonprofit with a mission to educate the public about the history and impact of espionage and intelligence. The Museum features the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display.

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how can we actually trust anything that she's saying if she was formerly a member of the CIA?
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I love the media celeb-izing and glorifying politicians and federal operatives. Will she do a cute meme vid with Obama so Ellen can talk about it?
When she talked about changing a person's pallet and how it didn't change the persons voice but gave them a lisp.. all I could think about is how I magically get a lisp when I am wearing a retainer

Also is it weird that I have wigs and different outfits to match their personalities in which I will use for different occasions when meeting with different people.. and that I will do my makeup to match whoever "I am" and that I have 25 different names.... am I Roger the Alien or am I a spy.. the world may never know lmao
2 mins in, I love how she praised Alias as that's one of my favourite shows! However, I thought she would say the disguises Sydney uses were outrageous and too fake looking. But I'm glad she said they were spot on :)
White Noise
4:44 Well that's a lie.
So what's the poison that kills you so fast that you're dead before you hit the floor?
3 covers that are "banned" - Religious, Media, Peace Corps..... let's take that with a grain of salt for a moment while we contemplate the fact that she did NOT say doctors, celebrities, or sports. Kinda makes you wonder, doesn't it?
The movie about the soviet women spies seems like some classic McCarthyism.
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she needs her own show where shes just telling all of those cool stories.
She and her husband are true Mr & Mrs Smith
priests, media... they aren't pure nor should they be off limits...
Paolo G
8:09 "...and try to do sometheeng about your feelthy minkey..."

Swallows makes more sense
I think this lady is fascinating!!! I want more of her!!!❤
Harvison Maldonado
This lady is brilliant, such an interesting person.
shut up
this just in "no cat suits""... lol maybe call masod ?
shut up
maybe get mosad ?? they maybe have better stories?????????????????? Gb
About the finger counting: I, a Norwegian (and therefore a European) show the number 3 the same way on my fingers as that actor did, and have done so since I was a child, and my parents and sisters do the same.
shut up
"oh heres you pen" (lol "dr evil" mistake". in fact is all oif that a parody????????????
shut up
'AMERICANS LEARNIG customis'.. lol "ok" (?)
shut up
is she flipping the illuminate "pryamind"? idf so DISSSSSSSSSGUSTIG
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Gordon Ramsay Answers Cooking Former CIA Chief of Disguise Breaks 2 months ago   08:09

Gordon Ramsay uses the power of Twitter to answer some common cooking questions. Does cheese go bad? Is British food as awful as they say? Gordon offers his advice on these queries and a host of others.

Gordon's Chef Support Twitter Account:

He's also teaching a four hour Masterclass demonstrating his techniques to help you take your cooking to the next level.

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