Liz Buchanan's Flying Blog.
Well not flying really... mostly just hanging around... ocassionally being updated...
heh, I read that last night. Thanks for the message though - I definitely wouldn't have wanted to miss this little bit of post-9/11 fucktardedness. I, for one, didn't know that fanatical terrorists hid their bombs by putting them in plain sight with a bunch of lights rigged up on it. I guess I should be more worried next time I see a neon sign. IT HAS WIRES! IT COULD BE A BOMB!At least that marketing company didn't unleash a bunch of Handbananas on an unsuspecting public.. the Mooninites are happy with petty theft.. Handbanana raped Carl like four times...
Wow, just found this. They're being charged with intent to create panic - they've plead not-guilty. Even the judge is skeptical that they'll be found guilty. I liked their press conference. from CNN"Judge Paul K. Leary told Grossman that, according to law, the suspects must intend to create a panic to be charged with placing hoax devices. [...]It appears the suspects had no such intent, the judge said, but the question should be discussed in a later hearing.Peter Berdovsky and Sean Stevens were released on $2,500 bail, said Mike Rich, their attorney. The next pretrial hearing is scheduled for March 7.Both men were cooperative with authorities, and neither has a previous criminal record in Massachusetts, Grossman said.At a news conference after the hearing, Stevens and Berdovsky stepped to the microphones and said they were taking questions only about 1970s hairstyles.When a reporter accused them of not taking the situation seriously, Stevens responded, 'We're taking it very seriously.' Asked another question about the case, Stevens reiterated they were answering questions only about hair and accused the reporter of not taking him and Berdovsky seriously.Reporters did not relent and as they continued, Berdovsky disregarded their queries, saying, 'That's not a hair question. I'm sorry.'"
I love that the "devices" were in place for TWO weeks before anyone noticed them/reported them. Also can I ask a question. I don't know much about bomb diffusion, but isn't it a bad idea to blow up a mysterious "device" without even inspecting the nature of it? I don't know just on the off chance that it's... I don't know... atomic?
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