Has anyone else thought about this stuff you can get at Wal-mart? I mean, if you were a terrorist, Wally can accessorize you and your whole squad:
Check this out:
A walkie-talkie, complete with built-in GPS (would be handy for steering SCUDs into the stands during a superbowl. How many people can walk through
the capitol building with one of these in their pockets?
Now check this out:
A prepaid cellphone! They advertize that you can buy it without any kind of credit (or background) check . . .
"TracFone brings you cell phone service without a contract, credit check, security deposit, activation fee or cancellation fee if you discontinue
service. There's also no minimum age requirement and no phone bills to pay."
Just the thing to keep Mulder and Scully from tapping in to your Jihadisquad's up-and-coming "surprise party."
And what special op would be complete without some night scopes, just like the American Devils use:
Night Owl Cyclops Compact Night Vision Monocular $137.87
And remember, it's important to learn from the mistakes of other trail blazers. You know how they pinned the Murrah building on McViegh, right?
They tracked his gas purchases he made across the Western U.S. in that Ryder truck. But that won't be a problem for you, if you just purchase a
Walmart Gift card:
Which can be bought with cash and used at any Wal-gas station in any Wal-mart parking lot in the U.S. without showing any ID. So don't worry if Ivan
or Rashid haven't mastered English yet, they can still drive your team to the target without any pesky human attendants to remember faces and
And with a paid-up "reloadable" Wal-mart cash card, your "cut-out" can purchase the items without even knowing who actually paid for them. Your
supporters here in the states can purchase the cards, and never need to meet with the "new arrival" that will be using their money to set up an
'event.' Money laundering just went online.
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Am I just super paranoid, and of a bete-nior frame of mind, or do the rest of you lay awake thinking about crud like this? Kinda makes you think that
the clock is ticking on US's 0-1 record. . . .
I mean, if I can spot the security dangers inherent in techno-toys like these, don't you think the mullahs have noticed it, too?