Skip to comments.Tests show traces of C4 at Port of Miami..FOX BREAKING
Posted on 01/08/2007 11:38:45 AM PST by GeorgiaDawg32
Breaking..suspicious device at port of miami..
I saw that detonation. I don't understand something. If they suspect that there is C4, and C4 is an extremely dangerous explosive, why would they intentionally detonate it?
Experts at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society said the most likely cause was a deliberate poisoning of the troublesome grackles, which is more common than people think. It's also legal, with local permits, said Greg Butcher, director of bird conservation at the Audubon in Washington.
Maybe, but it's an alarming thing for them to do. The passengers must have the runs, no norovirus required!
If the dead birds were Grackles, someone may have sprayed them last night with soapy water. The soap removes the oils from the feathers and the scheduled cold night would kill them.
Sorry...you beat me to it.
Didn't look like much of an explosion - a false alarm again?
Better than using poison on the crackling grackles.
Using Dearborn in the same sentence with "Arabs" is like mentioning Berkely in the same sentence with "liberals"
If I could reach through the TV, Shep's tie would be a lot tighter than it is now.
Well, I wasted all of yesterday afternoon on it, now it's like the movie, "Groundhog's Day".
If what I just heard is correct, the explosion was only to open up the packaging. Once that is done, the cameras on the robot can get a better look at what is inside that package.
How about this:
There are lots of "weird" things going on the last couple days.
The "New" Congress just convened.
Perhaps Osama et al are just acting on their knowledge that weakness now reigns?
per FOX..this was much ado about nothing..
Speaking of the fallout radius of DC - did you see the story the other day about the various agencies in DC that are moving many of their employees out of the fallout radius? The FBI and others are relocating a lot of their employees to some place in Virginia about 75 miles from DC. It's causing a housing boom, well a mini-boom.
With friends in Austin I hope this is just a sort of bizarre phenomenon and not something else.
I wish they'd adjourn more.
The less that gets done, the better off we are!
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