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Originally posted by LogicGrind
So a car running over marathon runners in a cartoon is the same as an explosion that has killed an wounded mostly marathon viewers????
That seems like a stretch.
Originally posted by wheels
reply to post by neo96
They said they found pieces of pressure cookers.
I have no idea how they could ascertain that.
Also, how did they know the bags were black? Would there be enough of the bag left after the explosion to know that?
More answers means more questions.
Originally posted by neo96
reply to post by LogicGrind
Well they did find and dismantel a third bomb...correct?
No there was some really lazy reporting yesterday there were only 2.
This thing gives motive to the insanity of the muslim world that the show made fun of the muslims and now they will demand not to make fun of muslims.keeps getting worse and worse.
Originally posted by Black_Fox
Full Family Guy episode of "Turban Cowboy",can be watched here.
And decide for yourself.
Originally posted by winofiend
Originally posted by All Seeing Eye
My question is who is going to get blamed for it. North Korea, Iran, Russia, FBI for arresting bankers?
Time to ban bom$s, oh wait, they already are. Ban guns, yea, that's it.
Nahh, the logic seems to go "If everyone had a bomb this wouldn't happen."
It seems to me that whomever built these bombs knew what they were doing -- ie; had training. Ex military? A foreign resistance fighter we trained?
These types of pressure cooker explosives have been used in Afghanistan, India, Nepal and Pakistan, according to a July 2010 joint FBI and Homeland Security intelligence report. One of the three devices used in the May 2010 Times Square attempted bombing was a pressure cooker, the intelligence report said
Originally posted by CALGARIAN
[Excessive Gore Removed]edit on 4/16/2013 by tothetenthpower because: (no reason given)
Law enforcement officials told NBC News that authorities questioned a 20-year-old man who is in the United States on a valid student visa. He was seen running from the blast area, had burns and was interviewed in a Boston hospital. But an official told NBC News that interest in the man was fading. It was his apartment building, in the Boston suburb of Revere, that police and federal agents searched overnight.