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  • Well, you know I think of schoolchildren as little terrorists…

    Fasten your seatbelts, it’s gonna be a bumpy ride.

    November 04, 2004
  • Well, you know I think of schoolchildren as little terrorists…

    Sister, you are not alone.

    November 04, 2004
  • Didn’t NJ go Democrat?

    I tink it’s just a little “warning”–you know, that whole “if you aren’t with us you’re against us” ting the Republicrats like to say.

    November 05, 2004
  • Re: Didn’t NJ go Democrat?

    Hey! Hey! Welcome back!

    *laughing*

    Yup. Tomorrow’s New York Times story: “Greenwich Village and Chelsea Selected for Live-Fire Armored Warfare Exercises.”

    November 05, 2004
  • “Michael Dupuis, the president of the township school board, said that residents and school officials were concerned over the incident, but not unduly so, and had no misgivings about living near the firing range. “There will be concerns, but I feel confident that the military has done and is doing everything it can to safeguard against any occurrences of this nature,” he said.”

    Yeah – “everything it can do to safeguard against any occurrences of this nature”. That’s why it didn’t happen.

    November 05, 2004
  • Oh, that’s only the beginning. Don’t forget, he’s trying to build nuclear nucular bunker-busting bombs. He not only won’t leave any child behind, he won’t even leave any identifiable pieces behind.

    November 05, 2004

  • It was probably a predominantly minority school..

    I was sniffing around on this and it sounds like it might have been a flight control malfunction. Shit happens yo.

    November 05, 2004
  • I saw that on the news this morning. Whew~

    November 05, 2004
  • In a separate story, the Associated Press noted that township school board head Michael Dupuis home schools his children in a homemade “learning bunker,” a reinforced concrete and steel shelter buried thirty feet beneath the Dupuis family’s home.

    November 05, 2004
  • Yes, that’s another Bush initiative: “Strengthening the Nuclear Family.”

    November 05, 2004
  • I was sniffing around on this and it sounds like it might have been a flight control malfunction.

    “Major, your GPS uplink failed and as a result your attack radar painted the wrong school as a target: it was supposed to be an inner-city school in Patterson.”

    November 05, 2004
  • Yeah, can you imagine the Accident Board letter in the pilot’s personnel jacket? “While Captain Smith is a highly qualified and aggressive aviator, he has a regrettable tendency to shoot up primary schools.”

    November 05, 2004
  • Anonymous

    Bob, why were you painting concentric circles on the roof of my school today. We are not amused!

    Bill

    November 05, 2004
  • Look, the Air National Guard decides which schools get painted; I just paint where they tell me. It’s not my fault your school’s in a heavily Democratic area.

    November 05, 2004

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