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(North Jersey)   Bomb squad called after a jar filled with strange green liquid is found near a school. FARK: It's a lava lamp   (northjersey.com) divider line 7
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2013-08-21 04:17:04 PM  
2 votes:
In all all fairness if you gave me explosives and told me to blow up suspicious stuff EVERYTHING would be suspicious.
2013-08-21 05:39:49 PM  
1 votes:

James10952001: James10952001: Every time I see a story like this my faith in humanity drops a little. People watch too many movies and think that anything with wires or bottles of liquid are bombs. Here's a tip, if it had blinky lights, colored liquid, warning labels, makes beeping noises or looks like a bomb from a movie, it is probably NOT a bomb.


When I was in 4th grade my friend and I made a fake bomb out of a chunk of clay, a calculator, some batteries an cozily wires all taped together and put it out on the recess field as a gag. We got in trouble for wasting school supplies and had to apologize to the principal, that was it, end of story, never did it again. I shudder to think what would of happened in today's world of extreme hyperbole where everyone is afraid of their own shadow.

*coily* wires


Since we're correcting...

would *have* happened
2013-08-21 05:31:33 PM  
1 votes:
Every time I see a story like this my faith in humanity drops a little. People watch too many movies and think that anything with wires or bottles of liquid are bombs. Here's a tip, if it had blinky lights, colored liquid, warning labels, makes beeping noises or looks like a bomb from a movie, it is probably NOT a bomb.


When I was in 4th grade my friend and I made a fake bomb out of a chunk of clay, a calculator, some batteries an cozily wires all taped together and put it out on the recess field as a gag. We got in trouble for wasting school supplies and had to apologize to the principal, that was it, end of story, never did it again. I shudder to think what would of happened in today's world of extreme hyperbole where everyone is afraid of their own shadow.
2013-08-21 05:24:15 PM  
1 votes:
Sitting offshore, far offshore (12 time zones from East Coast USA) I am more and more astonished by the paroxysm of fear, perpetual panic, which seems to infest the land.

Went to Texas to visit kinfolks (won't say "back to Texas", because there's no "back" to go to) a couple of years ago. Wandered around the countryside, up to a small local dam in the Hill Country. Well well well, a guard station with chain link fence and beefy worried-looking dopes in uniforms. "You can't go any closer to the dam".

Oh dear. In my T-shirt and running shoes, am I going to bwow up you widdow dam? Funny thing was, I could look right through these Guards of the Homeland, and see the fear too that moves them. Mostly fear of losing the job, future fear, stick by the book uneasiness.

This is the land that reared up and smacked Tojo, the place that bombed Hilter out of business? Jeez, fat and fearful, cowed down.

Quite an eye-opener for an Air Force brat and survivor of the balance-of-terror 1960s. Did we avoid thermonuclear exchange (which would have been essentially for theological disagreement), only to have crooked corporate governments keep us at perpetual gunpoint?

/Psst, handy hint: There is no "Terrorism" (c) or "terrorists" (c). You're being jived.
//"A terrorist has a bomb but no airplane" - quoted in John Le Carre's ABSOLUTE FRIENDS
2013-08-21 05:18:19 PM  
1 votes:
We have become a nation of sheep like those in this thread; we will cause more damage to ourselves than any actual threat does.
2013-08-21 05:11:23 PM  
1 votes:
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2013-08-21 04:19:35 PM  
1 votes:
Yeah bombs generally don't warn you not to void the warranty.
 
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