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(KOB4)   While you sleep soundly in your bed at night, The FBI field office in Albuquerque is always alert for explosives folded into a burrito   (kob.com) divider line 54
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2013-06-16 04:09:54 AM
Walter White is currently hiding from the cartel and unavailable for comment.
 
2013-06-16 07:42:37 AM
Crisis averted, I am pretty sure I ate that one last night.
 
2013-06-16 09:46:07 AM
www.thebraiser.com
 
2013-06-16 09:52:23 AM
In the old days this would never have been acknowledged in the press. Just some dude wit a few screws loose.
 
2013-06-16 09:52:42 AM
Will it explode with deliciousness like a party in your mouth?
 
2013-06-16 09:52:46 AM
Taco Bell pulls that trick on me all the time.
 
2013-06-16 09:53:50 AM
All burritos are bombs waiting to happen.
 
2013-06-16 09:54:48 AM
No charges of making terroristic threats? FBI, I am disappoint.
 
2013-06-16 09:55:46 AM
blogs.kansas.com

Oh, the chipotally!
 
2013-06-16 09:58:43 AM
Boston, Albuquerque.

Looks like the list has come full circle, counter clockwise. The next town to report a bomb threat will either being with a Z or a number from 0-9 or some mark like # or %.

Everyone else can relax.
 
2013-06-16 09:59:03 AM

flucto: All burritos are bombs waiting to happen.


Pretty much this.

/a well-made burrito is the perfect food
//wish I was in Bloomington, Ind. to get one from here now
///drool slashies
 
2013-06-16 10:01:37 AM
img2.findthebest.com
 
2013-06-16 10:01:41 AM
redanglespanish.files.wordpress.com

Weapon of ass destruction?
 
2013-06-16 10:01:43 AM
He should have made a left at Albuquerque.
 
2013-06-16 10:02:37 AM

LordOfThePings: [blogs.kansas.com image 507x216]

Oh, the chipotally!


ABQ got their first Chiptole just a couple of years ago. With all of the places in that town that you can get a better burrito for a lot less money, there was still a line around the block for the first few weeks. It kind of made me sad.

/Submitted this with the requisite Taco Bell joke
 
2013-06-16 10:07:21 AM
Fulminated mercury?
 
2013-06-16 10:09:10 AM
That wasn't that great an article. Here's a more complete version:

"Burrito bomb threat called in to FBI office
By Patrick Lohmann / Journal Staff Writer on Sat, Jun 15, 2013
POSTED: 12:05 am

Man called W.Va. from ABQ, said he was going to put explosive in food

A man angry at the federal government threatened to blow up the Albuquerque FBI field office with explosives folded into a burrito, according to authorities.

Brian DeMarco, 50, called a public access FBI number on Tuesday with the threat. DeMarco told agents that he was angry at the U.S. government for planting a tracking device into his head, in addition to beaming photons into his brain, according to a federal criminal complaint. DeMarco made the call to a West Virginia FBI office from his room at the Super 8 Motel on Iliff Road in Albuquerque.

Agents arrested DeMarco on Thursday, just as he was boarding a bus to Amarillo, Texas, at the Albuquerque Greyhound bus station.

DeMarco is facing charges of violating interstate communications laws and creating a hoax.

In addition to the burrito threat, DeMarco told agents that he had placed a timed bomb with C-4 explosives at the Albuquerque Social Security Administration building. The building was evacuated and swept for explosives. Nothing was found, according to the complaint.

On Wednesday, agents interviewed DeMarco at the hotel room, where he told investigators that he had made similar threats before in California, and that he learned how to make a variety of bombs while in prison. He said he knew how to make suitcase bombs out of manure and diesel fuel, and that he knew how to make a timer to set them off.

DeMarco then told investigators he'd previously been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and that he made the threats knowing he'd be sent to jail."
 
2013-06-16 10:16:39 AM
www.kob.com 
Calling this 35 cent atrocity a burrito is as bad as them putting "Beef" on the label.  This isn't food and doesn't contain what I would call "beef" or anything else edible inside it.
 
2013-06-16 10:37:30 AM
Sounds like a Yelp review.
 
2013-06-16 10:39:51 AM
Are you threateding me?

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-06-16 10:44:59 AM

sloshed_again: He should have made a left at Albuquerque.


I did that once, and about 75 miles south, had the best farkin' freshly-made burritos I've ever tasted.

/in Socorro

//and not from a convenience store
 
2013-06-16 10:56:24 AM

SoupJohnB: sloshed_again: He should have made a left at Albuquerque.

I did that once, and about 75 miles south, had the best farkin' freshly-made burritos I've ever tasted.

/in Socorro

//and not from a convenience store


In a lot of small New Mexico towns the convenience store is THE place to get homemade tamales & burritos, usually made fresh every morning.
 
2013-06-16 11:10:23 AM
When a burrito sees the FBI coming... it poops its beans.
 
2013-06-16 11:14:23 AM
i112.photobucket.com

First thing I thought of. "The Chareto Mistake".

This is a sticker on the bottom of the desktop charger for a cheap hand-held ham radio I bought from China.
 
2013-06-16 11:15:45 AM
This is on the list of the dozen or so terrorist activities prevented by the NSA.
 
2013-06-16 11:27:49 AM

Frantic Freddie: SoupJohnB: sloshed_again: He should have made a left at Albuquerque.

I did that once, and about 75 miles south, had the best farkin' freshly-made burritos I've ever tasted.

/in Socorro

//and not from a convenience store

In a lot of small New Mexico towns the convenience store is THE place to get homemade tamales & burritos, usually made fresh every morning.


Now, that's a good point.  It's been awhile, but now I remember that even the "roach coaches" that came to job sites in NM often had better food than a farkin' Taco Bell.
 
2013-06-16 11:28:49 AM
I don't sleep soundly.
 
2013-06-16 11:37:25 AM

SoupJohnB: Now, that's a good point. It's been awhile, but now I remember that even the "roach coaches" that came to job sites in NM often had better food than a farkin' Taco Bell


I can name a lot of places that have better food that Taco Bell.

/Alternate Taco Bell names: Toxic Smell, Taco Hell, Toxic Hell
 
2013-06-16 12:00:56 PM

BitwiseShift: Boston, Albuquerque.

Looks like the list has come full circle, counter clockwise. The next town to report a bomb threat will either being with a Z or a number from 0-9 or some mark like # or %.


On the plus side, Albuquerque is still a magical, far away place where the sun is always shining and the air smells like warm root beer and the towels are oh-so fluffy.
 
2013-06-16 12:09:53 PM

ciberido: BitwiseShift: Boston, Albuquerque.

Looks like the list has come full circle, counter clockwise. The next town to report a bomb threat will either being with a Z or a number from 0-9 or some mark like # or %.

On the plus side, Albuquerque is still a magical, far away place where the sun is always shining and the air smells like warm root beer and the towels are oh-so fluffy.


And you can eat your soup right out of the ashtrays if you wanna.
 
2013-06-16 12:11:22 PM

ciberido: BitwiseShift: Boston, Albuquerque.

Looks like the list has come full circle, counter clockwise. The next town to report a bomb threat will either being with a Z or a number from 0-9 or some mark like # or %.

On the plus side, Albuquerque is still a magical, far away place where the sun is always shining and the air smells like warm root beer and the towels are oh-so fluffy.


Well, sure - if you have a good gig at Sandia Labs!  Wait a minute...uh, oh.

/no wonder the terrorists are going this route
 
2013-06-16 12:11:58 PM

ciberido: BitwiseShift: Boston, Albuquerque.

Looks like the list has come full circle, counter clockwise. The next town to report a bomb threat will either being with a Z or a number from 0-9 or some mark like # or %.

On the plus side, Albuquerque is still a magical, far away place where the sun is always shining and the air smells like warm root beer and the towels are oh-so fluffy.


Wow. I'm glad for you. That has not been my experience since about 1972. My experience has been gangs.
 
2013-06-16 12:17:34 PM
Clemkadidlefark:

Wow. I'm glad for you. That has not been my experience since about 1972. My experience has been gangs.

You sound like you live in the  war zone International District.

/Former ABQ, now Cruces
//I just like making fun of the re branding effort
///Third slashie wants a breakfast burrito from Blakes
 
2013-06-16 12:45:16 PM

PizzaJedi81: ciberido: BitwiseShift: Boston, Albuquerque.

Looks like the list has come full circle, counter clockwise. The next town to report a bomb threat will either being with a Z or a number from 0-9 or some mark like # or %.

On the plus side, Albuquerque is still a magical, far away place where the sun is always shining and the air smells like warm root beer and the towels are oh-so fluffy.

And you can eat your soup right out of the ashtrays if you wanna.


We're outta bear claws!
 
2013-06-16 12:54:41 PM
The good news is that people are leaving.
 
2013-06-16 01:06:58 PM

enry: PizzaJedi81: ciberido: BitwiseShift: Boston, Albuquerque.

Looks like the list has come full circle, counter clockwise. The next town to report a bomb threat will either being with a Z or a number from 0-9 or some mark like # or %.

On the plus side, Albuquerque is still a magical, far away place where the sun is always shining and the air smells like warm root beer and the towels are oh-so fluffy.

And you can eat your soup right out of the ashtrays if you wanna.

We're outta bear claws!


And I...HATE...SAUERKRAUT!

/not really, love the stuff
//kinda want a reuben now.
 
2013-06-16 01:10:05 PM

Xanlexian: First thing I thought of. "The Chareto Mistake".

This is a sticker on the bottom of the desktop charger for a cheap hand-held ham radio I bought from China.


Baofeng?
 
2013-06-16 01:15:13 PM

Fjornir: Xanlexian: First thing I thought of. "The Chareto Mistake".

This is a sticker on the bottom of the desktop charger for a cheap hand-held ham radio I bought from China.

Baofeng?


UV-5R.  Yup!
 
2013-06-16 01:43:36 PM

Xanlexian: Fjornir: Xanlexian: First thing I thought of. "The Chareto Mistake".

This is a sticker on the bottom of the desktop charger for a cheap hand-held ham radio I bought from China.

Baofeng?

UV-5R.  Yup!


I love mine despite the terrible manual and the firmware bugs. It is a decent radio for repeater operations. And the pricepoint!
 
2013-06-16 01:55:44 PM
Ah yes, the FBI in Albuquerque.
What did you people do with all the crucifix necklaces after you retired them?
 
2013-06-16 02:04:59 PM

Fjornir: Xanlexian: Fjornir: Xanlexian: First thing I thought of. "The Chareto Mistake".

This is a sticker on the bottom of the desktop charger for a cheap hand-held ham radio I bought from China.

Baofeng?

UV-5R.  Yup!

I love mine despite the terrible manual and the firmware bugs. It is a decent radio for repeater operations. And the pricepoint!


I really like mine as well.  You're aware of this site, aren't you?   http://www.miklor.com/uv5r/UV5R-NewUser.html  Good info there.  Also, if you haven't been there already, the Yahoo group  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/baofeng_uv5r/  is very active as well.

I'm more of an HF guy.  Recently moved into a tornado-prone area and figured a basic, dirt-cheap dualband would be a good thing to have around.  I put the $3.79 ebay antenna on it and it performs magnificently.
 
2013-06-16 02:17:53 PM

Xanlexian: Fjornir: Xanlexian: Fjornir: Xanlexian: First thing I thought of. "The Chareto Mistake".

This is a sticker on the bottom of the desktop charger for a cheap hand-held ham radio I bought from China.

Baofeng?

UV-5R.  Yup!

I love mine despite the terrible manual and the firmware bugs. It is a decent radio for repeater operations. And the pricepoint!

I really like mine as well.  You're aware of this site, aren't you?   http://www.miklor.com/uv5r/UV5R-NewUser.html  Good info there.  Also, if you haven't been there already, the Yahoo group  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/baofeng_uv5r/  is very active as well.

I'm more of an HF guy.  Recently moved into a tornado-prone area and figured a basic, dirt-cheap dualband would be a good thing to have around.  I put the $3.79 ebay antenna on it and it performs magnificently.


Yeah, the "fan" documentation is great. Still makes me wish the coders did things like unit test the firmware and other best practices that help keep buggy code off consumer devices. But in terms of its rf it is quite decent.

/threadjack
 
2013-06-16 02:23:00 PM

Raider_dad: [img2.findthebest.com image 470x181]


Came for this. Leaving with bowl distress.
 
2013-06-16 02:23:35 PM

Agent Smiths Laugh: Raider_dad: [img2.findthebest.com image 470x181]

Came for this. Leaving with bowel distress.


FTFM
 
2013-06-16 02:30:33 PM
www.examiner.com
 
2013-06-16 02:42:42 PM

Xanlexian: First thing I thought of. "The Chareto Mistake".

This is a sticker on the bottom of the desktop charger for a cheap hand-held ham radio I bought from China.


For trickling of the charge.
 
2013-06-16 03:08:04 PM

Xanlexian: I'm more of an HF guy.


Have you heard of the X1M radio? Just came out at Dayton. $300 and does 5 watts to the HF bands.
 
2013-06-16 03:08:50 PM
s8.postimg.org
 
2013-06-16 04:04:27 PM
Yeah, but in El Paso, they're much more concerned about tortoises.

www.sfgate.com
 
2013-06-16 05:16:28 PM

puddleonfire: Ah yes, the FBI in Albuquerque.
What did you people do with all the crucifix necklaces after you retired them?


s1.static.gotsmile.net

EFF BEE AHH, biatch!!!
 
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