This piece is fictitious, of course, but funny nonetheless
I caught up with a few of these interrogation specialists at a bar just outside of Guantanamo and this was indeed the sentiment. Terry (not his real name), an associate in the interrogation department, said he’s in complete shock and never saw it coming: “When I joined right after 9/11 my recruiter told me that with the current political climate bein’ what it was, there would always be a market for a person with good water-boarding skills…now it’s just ‘See ya later, Terry. Maybe try starting a dog walking business.’ ”
Honestly, what do you put on your resume after spending a couple of years wokring as a Guantanamo Bay interrogator? And where do you apply for work? I am thinking HR might be a possibility, but the idea of dealing with waterboarding on a first interview is just unpleasant. I mean, it better be a really cool job. Like really really cool!