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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of evesdrop.
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The cellphone that the parent provides their son or daughter that actually evesdrops on their phonecalls.
America condones torture; excepts itself from provisions of the Geneva Convention; uses extreme rendition; holds foreign nationals for years without so much as a hearing; invades sovereign countries at will; uses cluster bombs and white phosphorous in urban areas; rapes and murders civilians; is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent children, women and men; evesdrops on its own citizens without a warrant…
So, the lesson now is when an NSA agent evesdrops on your phone conversation, talk to him and tell him what you want him to know.