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2013-02-07 11:44:09 AM  
So... just more of the same?
Shame subby... SHAME!!!
 
2013-02-07 02:07:25 PM  
So basically, what the article is telling me, is that the way it went down is that "SWAT agents stormed the bunker."

OOooooooookay then.

What I'm more interested in knowing, given that a flash-bang was used and there was some ass burgery kid in the there, if the kid is still rocking back and forth in a corner somewhere screaming "NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES!"
 
2013-02-07 02:57:59 PM  

Dixon Cider: So... just more of the same?
Shame subby... SHAME!!!


Why are we shaming the subby?  How about shame on whoever greenlit this.
 
2013-02-07 02:59:26 PM  
I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.
 
2013-02-07 02:59:34 PM  
Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.
 
2013-02-07 02:59:43 PM  
BANG! BANG! your dead!
 
2013-02-07 03:00:32 PM  
IF only there was some Asian news agency that could make wildly inaccurate and wildly entertaining CGI recreations of events like this.
 
2013-02-07 03:00:53 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: So basically, what the article is telling me, is that the way it went down is that "SWAT agents stormed the bunker."

OOooooooookay then.

What I'm more interested in knowing, given that a flash-bang was used and there was some ass burgery kid in the there, if the kid is still rocking back and forth in a corner somewhere screaming "NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES!"


The child seems to be doing reasonably well.
 
2013-02-07 03:01:43 PM  
asset3.itsnicethat.com
 
2013-02-07 03:02:01 PM  
I'm glad we had a greenlit thread for this detailed breakdown of how SWAT took this guy down.

I figure this is a good place for me to give you my recipe for Ratatouille:

Step 1: Make Ratatouille
 
2013-02-07 03:02:33 PM  
Here's how it went down.

BLAM!
blam. bamblamblambamblamblambamblamblambamblamblam.
 
2013-02-07 03:02:55 PM  

someonelse: Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.


Maybe they should just pour concrete down the air-shaft and be done with it. Dude's already underground, etc.
 
2013-02-07 03:03:34 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: So basically, what the article is telling me, is that the way it went down is that "SWAT agents stormed the bunker."

OOooooooookay then.

What I'm more interested in knowing, given that a flash-bang was used and there was some ass burgery kid in the there, if the kid is still rocking back and forth in a corner somewhere screaming "NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES!"


No no, it's HOT WATER BURN BABBY!  HOT WATER BURN BABBY!

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-02-07 03:04:30 PM  

oldfarthenry: someonelse: Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.

Maybe they should just pour concrete down the air-shaft and be done with it. Dude's already underground, etc.


The Boogens will claim their own
 
2013-02-07 03:04:41 PM  
 
2013-02-07 03:04:42 PM  

someonelse: Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.


they moved it out last night.

Old article is really old.
 
2013-02-07 03:04:55 PM  
That article sucked, subby. You should feel bad.
 
2013-02-07 03:07:06 PM  
Fark headline: "Here's how the Alabama hostage standoff and rescue of 5 yr old went down "

Actual article: No details on how it went down at all.
 
2013-02-07 03:07:15 PM  
Here's a new detail I didn't know before: The closest thing he had to a friend was the bus driver that he killed. The bus driver delivered a "gift of eggs and jam to Dykes' trailer several days before the incident, as a thank you for Dykes' work shoveling a narrow road so that Poland could make a three-point turn on his bus route."

Also, the two guys argued for quite a while on the bus over whether or not Dykes could take the boy, and then Dykes killed him. I didn't realize it was a drawn-out argument.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fin a l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/">http://www.cbsne ws.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fina l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/
 
2013-02-07 03:09:18 PM  

someonelse: Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.


Reading comprehenshun, apparently you have that....


"Dale County Coroner Woodrow Hilboldt says he had not been able to confirm exactly how Dykes died because the man's body had remained in the bunker. An autopsy is to be conducted in Montgomery once the body is removed."


And the article is dated yesterday and the ordeal was over Monday afternoon so it's been about 50 to 75 hours by now. YUMMY!!!!!


From another article:


"FBI special agents were positioned near the entrance of the bunker and negotiators were able to convince Dykes to approach the bunker door. FBI agents used two explosions to gain entry into the bunker"
 
2013-02-07 03:09:24 PM  
Subby and green-lighting admin suck.
 
2013-02-07 03:10:06 PM  
"Don't you ever laugh as the hearse goes by,For you may be the next one to die. They wrap you up in a big white sheet From your head down to your feet. They put you in a big black box

And cover you up with dirt and rocks. All goes well for about a week, Then your coffin begins to leak. The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out, The worms play pinochle in your snout,

They eat your eyes, they eat your nose, They eat the jelly between your toes. A big green worm with rolling eyes Crawls in your stomach and out your eyes. Your stomach turns a slimy green,
And pus pours out like whipping cream. You'll spread it on a slice of bread, And this is what you eat when you are dead."
 
2013-02-07 03:10:33 PM  

someonelse: Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.


Cops, and particularly bomb squad cops, get hazard pay.  Paramedics and morgue personnel do not.  Since there is still question as to the safeness of the site, only people that get hazard pay can go in.  And seeing that the body is part of a crime scene, they can't move the body until the scene is documented, and they can't document the scene because they're still sweeping for bombs.
 
2013-02-07 03:10:59 PM  

MindStalker: I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.


You wish they had fired a missile into a hostage situation? Somehow it doesn't surprise me you don't know the word you wanted is 'dissonance.'
 
2013-02-07 03:13:25 PM  

oldfarthenry: someonelse: Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.

Maybe they should just pour concrete down the air-shaft and be done with it. Dude's already underground, etc.


Now they never reopened that worthless pit They just placed a marble stand in front of it
 
2013-02-07 03:14:46 PM  

generallyso: MindStalker: I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.

You wish they had fired a missile into a hostage situation? Somehow it doesn't surprise me you don't know the word you wanted is 'dissonance.'


Damn spell-check.
//I was feeling particularly trolly at the moment..
 
2013-02-07 03:15:02 PM  

abfalter: IF only there was some Asian news agency that could make wildly inaccurate and wildly entertaining CGI recreations of events like this.


Yup, not real until they cover it
 
2013-02-07 03:15:11 PM  
My God! What a news day! David Koresh was found also.
 
2013-02-07 03:16:34 PM  
I'll bet the camera(s) they has in there were probably in the toys he allowed the kid to have. really small and with 360 deg field of view.
 
2013-02-07 03:17:24 PM  
Not only is this article from like 27 hours ago, but there's also nothing else to really learn about the situation.

1. Guy kills bus driver.
2. Guy kidnaps kid, holes up in a bunker.
3. Cops try to negotiate for almost a week.
4. Cops storm bunker, kill guy, rescue boy.

Anything beyond these 4 points is just the media trying to suck ratings out of this story as much as they can.

Then again, it would be interesting to know more about the investigation, such as the guy's demands, motives, etc., and perhaps an update on the boy's mental state in a few weeks/months.  But until those facts surface, the media should just shut the fark up.

/end rant.
 
2013-02-07 03:19:19 PM  

generallyso: MindStalker: I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.

You wish they had fired a missile into a hostage situation? Somehow it doesn't surprise me you don't know the word you wanted is 'dissonance.'


I think he should have used the word "descent". It is, after all, the highest form of patriotic.
 
2013-02-07 03:19:27 PM  

MindStalker: I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.


Careful, the fire risk is high this time of year. I wouldn't want that straw man to go up in flames. Dry air, you know.
 
2013-02-07 03:21:49 PM  
I hope this doesn't give doomsday preppers a bad name. They seem like a jovial lot (once you get past their disdain for society).
 
2013-02-07 03:22:15 PM  

abhorrent1: That article sucked, subby. You should feel bad.


Came in to see that this was covered.

Holy crap.
 
2013-02-07 03:22:18 PM  

banandar123: Not only is this article from like 27 hours ago, but there's also nothing else to really learn about the situation.

1. Guy kills bus driver.
2. Guy kidnaps kid, holes up in a bunker.
3. Cops try to negotiate for almost a week.
4. Cops storm bunker, kill guy, rescue boy.

Anything beyond these 4 points is just the media trying to suck ratings out of this story as much as they can.

Then again, it would be interesting to know more about the investigation, such as the guy's demands, motives, etc., and perhaps an update on the boy's mental state in a few weeks/months.  But until those facts surface, the media should just shut the fark up.

/end rant.


If the media shuts the fark up, the Sheriff won't bother to release any of those details.
 
2013-02-07 03:22:19 PM  

Hobodeluxe: I'll bet the camera(s) they has in there were probably in the toys he allowed the kid to have. really small and with 360 deg field of view.


I was thinking something similar to this. They did say that they wouldn't elaborate on the method used to place the cameras in there, so it gives me a feeling it was something a little sneakier than simply lowering a camera down the PVC pipe. So yeah, out of the items known to have been lowered into the bunker, the toys would seem like the best medium for the job.
 
2013-02-07 03:24:37 PM  

havocmike: banandar123: Not only is this article from like 27 hours ago, but there's also nothing else to really learn about the situation.

1. Guy kills bus driver.
2. Guy kidnaps kid, holes up in a bunker.
3. Cops try to negotiate for almost a week.
4. Cops storm bunker, kill guy, rescue boy.

Anything beyond these 4 points is just the media trying to suck ratings out of this story as much as they can.

Then again, it would be interesting to know more about the investigation, such as the guy's demands, motives, etc., and perhaps an update on the boy's mental state in a few weeks/months.  But until those facts surface, the media should just shut the fark up.

/end rant.

If the media shuts the fark up, the Sheriff won't bother to release any of those details.


I'm sure they'll continue to press the police for information though. That doesn't mean they need to release update after update to the public when there hasn't been any new information released.
 
2013-02-07 03:24:46 PM  
The police (or maybe the FBI) did use a drone, just not to blow up the bunker. They had a drone with IR cameras flying overhead at night to spot any other entrances, or if he tried to sneak out.
 
2013-02-07 03:26:39 PM  

FarkingReading: Here's a new detail I didn't know before: The closest thing he had to a friend was the bus driver that he killed. The bus driver delivered a "gift of eggs and jam to Dykes' trailer several days before the incident, as a thank you for Dykes' work shoveling a narrow road so that Poland could make a three-point turn on his bus route."

Also, the two guys argued for quite a while on the bus over whether or not Dykes could take the boy, and then Dykes killed him. I didn't realize it was a drawn-out argument.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fin a l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/">http://www.cbsne ws.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fina l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/


This story just keeps getting stranger and stranger...
 
2013-02-07 03:27:41 PM  
How it went down:

FBI Chief: "This is going on six days and we're in Alabama. Let's shoot this guy in the face and go get some Olive Garden. We'll say he was unravelling."
FBI Guys: YEAH!
 
2013-02-07 03:31:25 PM  

FarkingReading: Here's a new detail I didn't know before: The closest thing he had to a friend was the bus driver that he killed. The bus driver delivered a "gift of eggs and jam to Dykes' trailer several days before the incident, as a thank you for Dykes' work shoveling a narrow road so that Poland could make a three-point turn on his bus route."

Also, the two guys argued for quite a while on the bus over whether or not Dykes could take the boy, and then Dykes killed him. I didn't realize it was a drawn-out argument.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fin a l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/">http://www.cbsne ws.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fina l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/


Thank you!! This article does the thread way more justice than the first one.
/Thread saved.
 
2013-02-07 03:33:46 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: if the kid is still rocking back and forth in a corner somewhere screaming "NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES! NO LOUD NOISES!"


And even if he needs years of therapy, it's still a great ending to the story.
 
2013-02-07 03:38:09 PM  
It seems this happy ending was made possible because law enforcement went down hard on Dykes.
 
2013-02-07 03:41:50 PM  
Guy in underground bunker using pvc pipe to the surface to communicate?  Drop dynamite in the hole.

In other news, I don't get to make those kinds of decisions for a reason.
 
2013-02-07 03:45:15 PM  

generallyso: You wish they had fired a missile into a hostage situation? Somehow it doesn't surprise me you don't know the word you wanted is 'dissonance.'


Yeah, that was definitely pants-on-the-head stupid.
 
2013-02-07 03:47:21 PM  

banandar123: Hobodeluxe: I'll bet the camera(s) they has in there were probably in the toys he allowed the kid to have. really small and with 360 deg field of view.

I was thinking something similar to this. They did say that they wouldn't elaborate on the method used to place the cameras in there, so it gives me a feeling it was something a little sneakier than simply lowering a camera down the PVC pipe. So yeah, out of the items known to have been lowered into the bunker, the toys would seem like the best medium for the job.



media.liveauctiongroup.net
 
2013-02-07 03:48:06 PM  
I wonder if an experience like this could somehow have a positive effect on a boy like that. Like, it was so scary and strange, and he was so alone, and had to rely almost solely on his own inner resources, that it somehow pushed him out the other side of the behavioral bubble he's been trapped in.

Mere ignorant speculation, but still. If I survived something like that as the "normal" person I am, it might change my outlook on a few things.
 
2013-02-07 03:48:18 PM  

GoodyearPimp: Guy in underground bunker using pvc pipe to the surface to communicate?  Drop dynamite in the hole.

In other news, I don't get to make those kinds of decisions for a reason.


Sumpn' about the kid getting killed would be a little hard to spin in the press.
I offered to fart down the air-hole and smoke him out but the cops just looked at me real strange-like.
 
2013-02-07 03:50:06 PM  

banandar123: Hobodeluxe: I'll bet the camera(s) they has in there were probably in the toys he allowed the kid to have. really small and with 360 deg field of view.

I was thinking something similar to this. They did say that they wouldn't elaborate on the method used to place the cameras in there, so it gives me a feeling it was something a little sneakier than simply lowering a camera down the PVC pipe. So yeah, out of the items known to have been lowered into the bunker, the toys would seem like the best medium for the job.


What about fiber optic cameras?  Supposedly this thing was built out of little more than 2x4's and plywood, so poking a tiny hole through the wood would not be hard
 
2013-02-07 03:51:42 PM  

GoodyearPimp: Guy in underground bunker using pvc pipe to the surface to communicate?  Drop dynamite in the hole.


Meh, I think that's the whole point of him kidnapping the kid in the first place. Whatever message he wanted to get out there, he needed publicity as well as leverage over authorities So what better choice than a kid? The media are usually all over any story involving a child, so he gets the public attention that he wants; meanwhile, the cops would never "drop dynamite in the hole" with a hostage involved, so he gets the leverage he needs. He had pretty much all points covered, except the inevitable rushing of the bunker.
 
2013-02-07 03:53:23 PM  

Endive Wombat: What about fiber optic cameras?  Supposedly this thing was built out of little more than 2x4's and plywood, so poking a tiny hole through the wood would not be hard


I think this is far more likely as a radio camera might have trouble getting a signal out. We will probably never know for sure, and frankly I am OK with that.
 
2013-02-07 03:53:58 PM  

Glancing Blow: Dixon Cider: So... just more of the same?
Shame subby... SHAME!!!

Why are we shaming the subby?  How about shame on whoever greenlit this.


Played that game once... would like to stick around a bit longer!!
 
2013-02-07 03:54:19 PM  
My guess is the FBI somehow got a camera down inside.  They probably drilled down through the earth next to the bunker real slow so as to not make noise and then found a seam in the buried shipping container to feed the camera into.  I've also heard in other stories that the FBI build a duplicate bunker on their own so that they could better plan entry strategies.  Once they had a camera in place and had studied the layout, and once they felt negotiations were falling apart, they just watched until both the guy and the kid were in the optimum positions for an entry, and then they went for it.
 
2013-02-07 04:09:03 PM  
Wow, that explains everything.  I have absolutely zero interest in knowing anything else about this.  Thanks, subby
 
2013-02-07 04:16:32 PM  
Excellent headline, subby.  Very witty and well thought out.
 
2013-02-07 04:20:45 PM  

positronica: My guess is the FBI somehow got a camera down inside.  They probably drilled down through the earth next to the bunker real slow so as to not make noise and then found a seam in the buried shipping container to feed the camera into.  I've also heard in other stories that the FBI build a duplicate bunker on their own so that they could better plan entry strategies.  Once they had a camera in place and had studied the layout, and once they felt negotiations were falling apart, they just watched until both the guy and the kid were in the optimum positions for an entry, and then they went for it.



I'm wondering if said optimum position would be he was near the entrance and they blew the door in on him to stun, charged in and double-tap.
 
2013-02-07 04:23:28 PM  

MindStalker: I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.


"And as the standoff stretched into days, drones flew large, lazy circles high above the scene at night. "
Link to a story that includes lots of details about how the FBI handled things.

"Within hours after an armed, angry man shot a school bus driver and kidnapped a 5-year-old boy, workers feverishly unloaded boxes packed with percussive grenades, military C-4 explosives and an array of guns from a windowless DC-9 that had landed just miles from the suspect's isolated compound.
Helmeted officers decked out in tan fatigues, camouflage and body armor, many carrying long guns, rumbled in rented cargo trucks to and from the property in southeastern Alabama where 65-year-old Jimmy Lee Dykes and his young captive were hunkered down in a roughly 6-by-8-foot hand-dug bunker with only one small hatch for an entryway. "
 
2013-02-07 04:28:04 PM  

TheDirtyNacho: charged in and double-tap.


I have a feeling you are massively underestimating the number of taps. I bet Gregory Hines has fewer, maybe even Bob Fosse.
 
2013-02-07 04:34:39 PM  
Looks like the "republican base" was reduced by 1 that day. Good!

I knew this right wing asspipe was never going to leave that "bunker" alive. From what I hear, his ventilated carcass is still lying where it dropped while the FBI is busy sweeping the area for booby-traps. Poor flies.
 
2013-02-07 04:40:58 PM  

FarkingReading: Here's a new detail I didn't know before: The closest thing he had to a friend was the bus driver that he killed. The bus driver delivered a "gift of eggs and jam to Dykes' trailer several days before the incident, as a thank you for Dykes' work shoveling a narrow road so that Poland could make a three-point turn on his bus route."

Also, the two guys argued for quite a while on the bus over whether or not Dykes could take the boy, and then Dykes killed him. I didn't realize it was a drawn-out argument.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fin a l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/">http://www.cbsne ws.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fina l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/


As if we needed any more evidence as to what a HUUUUUGE butthole Dykes was.

/If you give a psycho a cookie, he'll want eggs and jam. If you give a psycho eggs and jam, he'll want two children.
 
2013-02-07 04:42:47 PM  
TV's Vinnie:
From what I hear, his ventilated carcass is still lying where it dropped while the FBI is busy sweeping the area for booby-traps. Poor flies.

Meh, he has no friends/loved ones according to CBS, so it's not like they need to keep his body fresh for a funeral.
/although his wounds prolly make an open-casket funeral impossible anyway.
 
2013-02-07 04:44:07 PM  
Neighbors had described Dykes as an unstable menace who beat a dog to death and threatened to shoot trespassers while patrolling his property armed.
 
Yet had no trouble acquiring guns.
 
2013-02-07 04:44:59 PM  
So no body brought up. Boy is safe. Antigun sentiment increased sharply.

This play acting worked out great. Lucky for the agents, the press furor died down long enough to let them concoct the endgame story without much scrutiny.
 
2013-02-07 04:52:13 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: So no body brought up. Boy is safe. Antigun sentiment increased sharply.

This play acting worked out great. Lucky for the agents, the press furor died down long enough to let them concoct the endgame story without much scrutiny.


i48.tinypic.com
 
2013-02-07 05:00:09 PM  

generallyso: MindStalker: I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.

You wish they had fired a missile into a hostage situation? Somehow it doesn't surprise me you don't know the word you wanted is 'dissonance.'


Ha! But Mindstalker was so proud of his big word.
 
2013-02-07 05:13:44 PM  

Bartleby the Scrivener: How it went down:

FBI Chief: "This is going on six days and we're in Alabama. Let's shoot this guy in the face and go get some Olive Garden. We'll say he was unravelling."
FBI Guys: YEAH!


The inclusion of Olive Garden just makes this for me.  Thank you.
 
2013-02-07 05:16:17 PM  

TV's Vinnie: Looks like the "republican base" was reduced by 1 that day. Good!

I knew this right wing asspipe was never going to leave that "bunker" alive. From what I hear, his ventilated carcass is still lying where it dropped while the FBI is busy sweeping the area for booby-traps. Poor flies.


He voted Democrat. Nice troll.
 
2013-02-07 05:26:05 PM  

stevetherobot: MindStalker: I just wish they had used a drone. There would be people out there that celebrated that use in this situation, while decrying its use in other countries in similar situations. The cognitive dissidence would be been spectacular.

"And as the standoff stretched into days, drones flew large, lazy circles high above the scene at night. "
Link to a story that includes lots of details about how the FBI handled things.

"Within hours after an armed, angry man shot a school bus driver and kidnapped a 5-year-old boy, workers feverishly unloaded boxes packed with percussive grenades, military C-4 explosives and an array of guns from a windowless DC-9 that had landed just miles from the suspect's isolated compound.
Helmeted officers decked out in tan fatigues, camouflage and body armor, many carrying long guns, rumbled in rented cargo trucks to and from the property in southeastern Alabama where 65-year-old Jimmy Lee Dykes and his young captive were hunkered down in a roughly 6-by-8-foot hand-dug bunker with only one small hatch for an entryway. "


Great article. Thanks for posting that.
 
2013-02-07 05:28:40 PM  

OregonVet: He voted Democrat. Nice troll.


I seriously doubt that. This guy was coo-coo for Glenn Beck Puffs and frequently blasted out Fox News from open windows AT the neighbors.
 
2013-02-07 05:30:10 PM  

lilbjorn: Neighbors had described Dykes as an unstable menace who beat a dog to death and threatened to shoot trespassers while patrolling his property armed.
 
Yet had no trouble acquiring guns.


The mentally ill are most likely to want guns. Look at Wayne LaPierre.
 
2013-02-07 05:31:05 PM  

OregonVet: TV's Vinnie: Looks like the "republican base" was reduced by 1 that day. Good!

I knew this right wing asspipe was never going to leave that "bunker" alive. From what I hear, his ventilated carcass is still lying where it dropped while the FBI is busy sweeping the area for booby-traps. Poor flies.

He voted Democrat. Nice troll.

 Why is it all you rightwingers just reek of insanity?
 
2013-02-07 06:54:36 PM  

OregonVet: TV's Vinnie: Looks like the "republican base" was reduced by 1 that day. Good!

I knew this right wing asspipe was never going to leave that "bunker" alive. From what I hear, his ventilated carcass is still lying where it dropped while the FBI is busy sweeping the area for booby-traps. Poor flies.

He voted Democrat. Nice troll.


*Alabama Democrat = right wing lunatic anywhere else in the country.
 
2013-02-07 07:41:28 PM  

GoodyearPimp: Guy in underground bunker using pvc pipe to the surface to communicate?  Drop dynamite in the hole. In other news, I don't get to make those kinds of decisions for a reason.


Detonate the hostage.
 
2013-02-07 07:51:09 PM  
He rigged the bunker with explosives, tried to reinforce it against any raid, and when SWAT agents stormed the shelter Monday to rescue the boy, Jimmy Lee Dykes engaged in a firefight that left the captor dead, according to the FBI.

corkonthefork.com
 
2013-02-07 08:01:36 PM  

Wyalt Derp: GoodyearPimp: Guy in underground bunker using pvc pipe to the surface to communicate?  Drop dynamite in the hole. In other news, I don't get to make those kinds of decisions for a reason.

Detonate the hostage.


Shoot the glass.
 
2013-02-08 01:37:23 AM  
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2013-02-08 12:32:04 PM  
Wow, this kind of reporting seems to be catching. Here is a story explaining the reason that power stopped getting relayed to the Super Bowl. It turns out that what happened is that the relay device stopped working.
 
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