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(NBC News)   Department of Homeland Security spends hundreds of millions of dollars on a "fusion center." And since you're reading this on Fark, you can guess how it's working out so far   ( openchannel.nbcnews.com) divider line
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2012-10-03 11:49:21 AM  
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Bartenders Says "You can't come in here!"

Bag of dicks says, I hadn't planned on doing that until after i bought the hot chick over there a few drinks first...
2012-10-03 11:47:29 AM  
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Maul555: crab66: Thanks for all of this garbage you freedom loving Republicans.

go joke on a bag of dicks you partisan farkwad...

...a bag of dicks walks into a bar...
2012-10-03 06:17:31 AM  
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If they want to gather intelligence on what happens when I eat fusion, they're setting themselves up for something awful.
2012-10-03 06:03:39 AM  
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FTA: concludes that the centers "often produced irrelevant" and "useless" intelligence reports. "There were times when it was, 'What a bunch of crap is coming through,'"

Ah, the same as much of the "news" we see these days. I guess that makes Fark a fusion center?
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