Skip to comments.2 Bayonne men taken into custody after homemade explosives go off on fire escape, report says
Posted on 04/21/2013 7:27:19 AM PDT by SMGFan
Two men told police they were experimenting with making explosives after watching a how-to on YouTube when their attempt exploded on a Bayonne fire escape yesterday afternoon, WPIX reported last night. Christopher Ziobro, 21, and Ghaias Mirza, 18, were being questioned in the 33rd Street incident in which no one was injured, the television report said.
A man who lives in the apartment directly below told the station there were two loud blasts and milk containers were involved.
WPIX Video at link
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Islam strikes again
meh, who hasn’t blown up a milk jug or 2 liter bottle at least once in their life? The works + many tiny aluminum foil balls+2 liter jug-—> BOOM!+ fun+fun+fun
Turkish name, turks are Muslims
Obviously they aren’t very adept.
The fact that the ‘remains’ weren’t swept up into a dustpan proves that point..
Like the cartoon at the ‘Terrorist School’, with the instructor with a ‘bomb’ strapped to his chest, him holding a detonator and saying
“Watch closely, I am only going to do this once”.
ban milk containers
Hey, when I was young, we blew up milk jugs all the time with dry ice. I’m wondering if they were doing that.
The other type of milk jug bomb, that I can remember, was the calcium chloride & water bomb. Harmless, but could be flammable.
People get too worked up over that stuff, now. Thanks muzzies!
A much safer method is a 2 liter soda container and some dry ice left over from an Omaha Steak order. No caustic ingredients and louder than you can imagine.
Wonder if Crispy Kreame is going to call his excellency for help with this issue.
Could be an example of Hanlon’s Razor- Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity. It’s possible they were amusing themselves with simple dry ice bombs which make loud noises but are relatively harmless....
Ooops! Meant to say “calcium carbide.” Hey, it’s been about 40 years since I was a kid. My memory’s not what it used to be.
IDK, I can imagine a lot of loudness. An MRE heater in a bottle of water has been known to make people crap their pants too.
...incident in which no one was injured
Not this time. Nobody will do anything until there are injuries and deaths.
Oh yes, more of the classic, right wing WASP names of the sort who cause all the trouble.
Polish origin name
The real fun is with Sodium and Water...
Mirza (Persian: میرزا, Turkish: Merza or Mirza, Arabic: مرزا or المرزا. Uzbek: mirzo, Russian: мурза, Circassian: мырзэ), (common variance in Tatar nobility as Morza) is of Persian origin, denoting the rank of a high nobleman or Prince. It is usually translated into English as a royal or imperial Prince of the Blood. It signified male-line descent and relationship to the Imperial Families of Turkey, Persia and later South Asi
Mirza however is Muslim (Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan):
from a personal name based on the Persian honorific title Mirza
Always have your cover story ready.
I’m with you—just boys being boys.
That’s what I said Muslim name
Just Muslims having fun with no bad intent /sarcasm
It is highly unlikely that a Muslim would be named CHRISTopher.
Yes, I counted three echos across the park....
“Watch this ya’ll...”
Ghaias mirza (what it appears to be) on Myspace
Here for: Friends
Body type: 5’ 5” / Average
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Children: I don’t want kids
Education: High school
Income: $250,000 and Higher
Here Akmed, hold my falafel.
Oh, yeah! That stuff sputters and screams, then goes blooey!
Aah, good times we were kids.
Do you mean calcium carbide, which forms acetylene when mixed with water?
A person can also get considerable innocent amusement out of filling balloons with oxyacetylene mixture from a welding torch (unlit), then putting the balloons in a paper bag and lighting the bag. Lots of noise, but no shrapnel aside from fragments of paper and rubber.
Or so I’m told.
Cause its true!
His name indicates his parents were not Muslim. It does not mean that he cannot be a convert to Islam.
Ack! I meant to say, “when we were kids.”
Sheesh, I’m not awake, yet. I’m gonna’ need more coffee before headin’ out to church!
We had a kid walking down the street out front once when a very loud 12 gauge shotgun boom went off.
I called the cops ~ they came ~ caught the kid and said 'not to worry, just m-4s' ~ that's worth about 1/4 stick of dynamite.
They took him to jail!
Years later one of his little buddies, now a convicted interstate auto thief, said 'oh, yeah, I remember that ~ stuck the shotgun in the backseat of my dad's car ~ big shotgun ~ then showed the cops the firecracker'
All of that is in line with Sigmund Freud's statement to the effect that 'sometimes madame a cigar is just a cigar'.
Sorry, I didn’t see your post 11 until after I had posted.
Yeah, I corrected that in another comment. Problem was, too many people commented ahead of me before I could hit the “post” button with the correction, so it’s farther down in the comments.
The oxyacetylene trick sounds like fun! I’m gonna’ hafta’ give that one a try!
Take one of those big bouncy balls and pump air in it til it pops. Surprisingly Loud!
2 liter dry ice bombs sound like dynamite. I sank one in a 30 lb tub of water (to muffle sound) and it blew the tub apart.
Yes, those are recognized as typical last words by the Darwin Effect folks, although it is usually:
"Hey, hold my beer - watch this!"
If it were muslims.. goats would have been involved.
Mirza is an Iranian or Turkish name, both Muslim countries
Sometimes acetylene in a balloon will go off just by static electricity. Not smart to play with that stuff. It doesn’t take much to lose eyes, eardrums or fingers. I have a big tank of acet and it is used for welding, heating and cutting only.
The Works and foil is a very bad idea. So you get a bang. It sprays Hydrochloric acid all over. Breathe the fumes/vapor and you won’t like the result. It will eat up whatever it lands on.
Equally unlikely that a right wing WASP would be name Ziobro or Mirza.
There should be a corollary to that. Never ascribe good intentions to muslims if an evil intent could also be involved.
Well, I wouldn’t suggest standing around really close to such a percolating concoction. That’s for sure. surprised nobody mentioned iodine and ammonia speaking of things you shouldn’t probably mix together.
Iodine and Ammonia
I made the stuff in HS
The error was in letting it dry out in my bedroom