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If Only There Were A Device… May 5, 2010

Posted by gregquill in Uncategorized.
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Below is the picture of the New York City bomber. He doesn’t deserve to have his name published here. (If you let the mouse rest on the picture, you will see his name. But that’s not my fault.)

My problem is the picture: his smirking face is showing up EVERYWHERE!

If only there were some way to wipe that smirk off his face.

If only the law enforcement people had some… gadget which they could, like, POINT at him, and SQUEEZE a button, and an arc of divine lightning or something could ZAP from the gadget to the guy, and change his attitude.

If only some fat, overweight, under exercised and over donuted cop could be, like, adjusting his gadget (call, it, say, a Tagger Against Seditious Enemies of our Republic, say) when it “accidentally” went off in the bomber’s direction. These things happen: they zapped a college kid with 50,000 volts the other day for the dangerous act of running across a sports field. Supposed to be used to subdue a dangerous guy, but some cops use them to inflict punishment in case the court doesn’t later. And to compensate for not being able to run anymore.

Oh, what if 20 cops were adjusting 20 gadgets outside this dude’s cell at the same time? Chances are, half of the gadgets would hit half of the adjusters. So we could remove a smirk, and change some minds, all at the same time!


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1. brenda love - May 16, 2010

I’m convinced the media pulled those images off his Facebook or something

2. gregquill - May 17, 2010

I think that you’re right, Brenda. That, or his mother did. A face only she…


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