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(The Sun)   Harmful radioactive material stolen from the back of a van. Police are on the lookout for a DeLorean traveling approximately 88 miles per hour   (thesun.co.uk) divider line 24
    More: Scary, cops, isotopes of polonium, Health Protection Agency, nuclear terrorisms, Robert Frost, DeLorean, radioactive isotopes  
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2013-02-19 08:24:16 AM
Pernicious nonsense.
 
2013-02-19 09:04:49 AM
Great Scott!

That's heavy.
 
2013-02-19 09:39:29 AM
That was always the least plausible part of that movie. As if you could get a DeLorean up to 88mph. Call me when your Canadian girlfriend comes to town.
 
2013-02-19 09:39:39 AM
s11.postimage.org
 
2013-02-19 09:43:55 AM

wildcardjack: That was always the least plausible part of that movie. As if you could get a DeLorean up to 88mph. Call me when your Canadian girlfriend comes to town.


You could always drop it out of a plane...
 
2013-02-19 09:44:29 AM
Was the van parked down by the river?
 
2013-02-19 09:46:57 AM
i.imgur.com
Did the van look like this?
 
2013-02-19 09:47:06 AM
Yes yes, but is the wonderflonium unbounced?
 
2013-02-19 09:55:45 AM
well you wont see it if it gets to 88.
 
2013-02-19 10:00:16 AM

olapbill: well you wont see it if it gets to 88.


^^^^^^^
 
2013-02-19 10:04:21 AM
Don't worry, they won't be needing it very long. Just one good trip to the future.

images.oreillyauto.com
 
GBB [TotalFark]
2013-02-19 10:07:16 AM

olapbill: well you wont see it if it gets to 88.


But, what you will see is some serious shiat.
 
2013-02-19 10:07:25 AM
Read that as Hamster at first.
 
2013-02-19 10:15:19 AM
My brother was living at home doing construction work consulting for a bit when the grandma across the street passed on.  Her kids always kind of sucked, and they ended up renting it to some shady folks.  At 2 AM one night my Dad happened to wake up and heard someone trying to get into my brother's trunk.  Flipped on the porch light and they fled, across the street, naturally, because they live on a freaking dead end.

Anyway, my brother had a radiation source back there.  Probably this one:

www.apnga.com

Apparently not the best shielded thing since he got chewed the f--k out once for leaving his badge clipped to his boots, in the trunk, with the source when he wasn't working.  Just under where his employer would have the NRC and/or OSHA laying the smack down.

Would have been funny in a cruel way if they got into the trunk, though.
 
2013-02-19 10:22:55 AM
lh5.googleusercontent.com
 
2013-02-19 10:25:02 AM
Wanted for questioning:

i212.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-19 10:39:04 AM
Fun with shaped charges time?
 
2013-02-19 10:45:45 AM

SnarfVader: Wanted for questioning:

[i212.photobucket.com image 630x630]


I honestly never get tired of seeing that picture.  It's perfect in every way.
 
2013-02-19 11:31:36 AM
You don't want to look in the trunk...

barelyawakeinfrogpajamas.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-02-19 11:54:12 AM
Had the thieves replaced it with old pinball machine parts, no one would have noticed. :P
 
2013-02-19 11:59:55 AM
It's surprising since plutonium is available in any corner store these days.
 
2013-02-19 01:06:26 PM
I'm severly wondering why 'enough material to make a dirty bomb' wasn't under heavy guard. I'm guessing instead that this article is simply Media fear mongering.
 
2013-02-19 01:32:25 PM

khhsdude: Yes yes, but is the wonderflonium unbounced?


Captain Hammer, Corporate Tool, is on the case with his saving expertise!
 
2013-02-19 03:43:16 PM
i.imgur.com
 
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