Possible Terrorist Attack at Boston Marathon

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Re: Possible Terrorist Attack at Boston Marathon

Postby icy » Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:03 am

Innuendoes wrote:Hear him, what? Talk? Try to talk? A very similar devise is used for people who have had throat cancer or other problems with their throat and can't talk like you and me.

Talk. I'm thinking it would be interesting to hear his voice before this, and after it come to think of it, his words/his voice in trying to explain things.
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Re: Possible Terrorist Attack at Boston Marathon

Postby Kes » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:25 am

LittleBabyNothing wrote:Good grief... "weapon of mass destruction"

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Hey, if we can get the world to reappraise what constitutes "WOMD", then maybe we can convince them that Saddam had f*cking thousands of those, and so retrospectively justify the unapproved invasion of someone else's sovereign territory.

The thing is, there were two of those pressure cooker devices, and between them, they killed three people, averaging out at 1.5 per device. Doesn't the word "mass" suggest two or more, at the very least? Thinking of the term "mass murderer" then I think you're entering Anders Brevik territory, not three's or four's.
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Re: Possible Terrorist Attack at Boston Marathon

Postby LittleBabyNothing » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:59 am

Kes wrote:
LittleBabyNothing wrote:Good grief... "weapon of mass destruction"

:roll:


Hey, if we can get the world to reappraise what constitutes "WOMD", then maybe we can convince them that Saddam had f*cking thousands of those, and so retrospectively justify the unapproved invasion of someone else's sovereign territory.

The thing is, there were two of those pressure cooker devices, and between them, they killed three people, averaging out at 1.5 per device. Doesn't the word "mass" suggest two or more, at the very least? Thinking of the term "mass murderer" then I think you're entering Anders Brevik territory, not three's or four's.


I totally agree. WMD is plain ridiculous!

I am wondering why he wasn't charged as a terrorist...
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Re: Possible Terrorist Attack at Boston Marathon

Postby icy » Wed May 01, 2013 8:07 pm

http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/05/01/p ... ings-case/
3 Friends Of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Arrested In Boston Marathon Bombings Case
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