posted on Apr, 30 2005 @ 04:16 AM
wellll a giant burrito could be considered a bialogical weapon depending on how hot the salsa is
j/k. the guys at work used to complain
sometimes when i had had a few bean burritoes for lunch
this type of thing unfortunatly happens all the time unfortunately. a friend of mine once brought in an old, huge, capaciter for use in electronics
class (just happened to be red). someone saw it and called in about a bomb. my friend was suspended for bringing it in. they insisted that he brought
it in to scare people. now this happened about 15 years ago. we didn't have "lockdowns", we just got a 20 min break whenever there was a bomb
threat. people started to call them in when fire alarms only gave everyone a five minute break:shk:.
it is unfortunate that everyone seems to suspect a "weapon" whenever something differant is seen. since 9-11, and things like school shooting sprees
this has only worsened. paranoia is not a good thing but unfortunately it is becomeing more and more common.:shk: as humans we are just too suspicious
most of the time it is just a false alarm. but as suspician grows so does panic. i remember a case here years ago where a "suspicious" package was
left in a bus station locker for a couple of days. it was blown up by the bomb squad. just guess what this "dangerous item was? a stratoverious
violin owned by a street person. it was left in the locker at night to keep it safe from being stolen. due to "suspician" this irriplaceible object
was obliterated. just another case of "better safe then sorry". this is what society is becomeing, a bunch of suspicious, paranoids.