Thursday, February 15, 2007

How to survive a terrorist attack

From the Department of Homeland Security (well, the pictures are). See here for the rest.

People, animal corpses and the biohazard symbol are all at risk of being sucked into the time-tunnel vortex.

A quick family snapshot in front of the latest scene of a terrorist attack may became a treasured family keepsake that will preserve precious memories for years to come.
Satellite photos of Texas show the large embarrassing radioactive crop circle in Southeast Texas.
(via Andrew Sullivan at the Atlantic)

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