Beware of women wearing chainmail.
Large bombs are very handy, however, for blowing up large buildings. The Citigroup Center building in midtown Manhattan, for example, is incredibly structurally unstable due to a combination of idiotic design by some egomaniacal architect (it’s a skyscraper on stilts), total incompetence by the chief structural engineer, and shoddy construction by the mob-controlled construction industry in NYC. Within a year of its 1977 completion, it was determined to be so unstable that it was in imminent danger of blowing over in a strong wind. Some shoring up was done back then, and then another round of shoring up after 9/11. Nonetheless, it remains frightenly unstable, and terrifyingly accessible. There’s an intersection of two subway lines right underneath it (which yours truly has been travelling through at least twice a week for the past 15+ years), and the stilts are in a public thruway right outside the subway entry/exit. They installed concrete barriers on the outer edge of the sidewalks on all four sides of the full-block building after 9/11, but everybody knows that’s not enough. Whenever we go on special alert (which is more often in NYC, than nationally), police close down and entire lane of traffic on all four sides of the block, putting yet a second ring of concrete barriers around it. And yet some very pregnant-looking woman with 20 pounds of PETN sewed into her can still walk right up to one of those stilts. Taking this building down could easily dwarf the death toll of 9/11 (which was miraculously small due to the true miracle of the towers pancaking instead of toppling over sideways). Honestly, I think the only reason this building is still standing is because Saudi Prince al-Waleed owns such a large and well-publicized stake in Citigroup. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citigroup_Center