By Jerry Zremski
WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency has been all over the news in the nation's capital as of late, and not in a good way.
But in Buffalo, it seems, NSA means something very, very different, as I discovered Thursday when I Googled "NSA and Buffalo" while researching a story.
When the results popped up, the first four referred to the "NSA of the Greater Buffalo Area" -- the National Softball Association, that is.
And the fifth result would have, if I so desired, taken me to "www.bookofmatches.com" -- which offers "One Night Stand in Buffalo, Buffalo FWB, Buffalo NSA."
In the world of one-night romance, it turns out that "FWB" refers to "Friends WIth Benefits," and "NSA" means "No Strings Attached."