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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    (AP) The FBI interviewed a Milwaukee resident Thursday who officials believe was involved in posting Internet threats about dirty bomb attacks on NFL football stadiums this weekend. The threats appeared to be phony.

    The person, described only as a young adult, did not appear to have any ties to terrorist groups, according to a Washington law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing.

    In Milwaukee, FBI spokesman Richard K. Ruminski said the "individual has come forward and provided information about the posting of the threat against the NFL stadiums. The U.S. government still believes this threat is non-credible."
    Yup, leave it to a Packer fan! Probably got the idea from watching the Packers blow up!
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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    (AP) The FBI interviewed a Milwaukee resident Thursday who officials believe was involved in posting Internet threats about dirty bomb attacks on NFL football stadiums this weekend. The threats appeared to be phony.

    The person, described only as a young adult, did not appear to have any ties to terrorist groups, according to a Washington law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing.

    In Milwaukee, FBI spokesman Richard K. Ruminski said the "individual has come forward and provided information about the posting of the threat against the NFL stadiums. The U.S. government still believes this threat is non-credible."
    Yup, leave it to a Packer fan! Probably got the idea from watching the Packers blow up!
    amazes me that in this day and age that people find making threats like this as being something funny. Thought that with events in recent years that people may be mature about certain issues - obviously not with this guy
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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "AWZeus" wrote:
    Explosions would be nearly simultaneous, the posting said, with the cities specifically chosen in different time zones.
    Thought 1:
    The terrorists are leaving out the following games:
    Carolina @ Cincinnati - probably the best game of the day.
    New England @ Buffalo - another solid contest
    San Diego @ Kansas City - 3rd AFC tilt
    Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay - can the Grudenites win 2-in-a-row?
    And, of course, the Monday night game with the Giants & Cowboys.

    Thought 2:
    Wasn't that in a Tom Clancy book already?


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    The book was "The Sum of all fears" and it was about a nuclear bomb at a Superbowl hidden inside of a pop machine at the stadium and the Viking's were one of the teams playing in the Superbowl and they were leading when the bomb went off.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    Remember when Tom Clancy wanted to buy the Vikings?
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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    (AP) The FBI interviewed a Milwaukee resident Thursday who officials believe was involved in posting Internet threats about dirty bomb attacks on NFL football stadiums this weekend. The threats appeared to be phony.

    The person, described only as a young adult, did not appear to have any ties to terrorist groups, according to a Washington law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing.

    In Milwaukee, FBI spokesman Richard K. Ruminski said the "individual has come forward and provided information about the posting of the threat against the NFL stadiums. The U.S. government still believes this threat is non-credible."
    Yup, leave it to a Packer fan! Probably got the idea from watching the Packers blow up!
    or got the thought while mounting his Brett Favre blow-up doll !!

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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "whackthepack" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    Explosions would be nearly simultaneous, the posting said, with the cities specifically chosen in different time zones.
    Thought 1:
    The terrorists are leaving out the following games:
    Carolina @ Cincinnati - probably the best game of the day.
    New England @ Buffalo - another solid contest
    San Diego @ Kansas City - 3rd AFC tilt
    Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay - can the Grudenites win 2-in-a-row?
    And, of course, the Monday night game with the Giants & Cowboys.

    Thought 2:
    Wasn't that in a Tom Clancy book already?


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    The book was "The Sum of all fears" and it was about a nuclear bomb at a Superbowl hidden inside of a pop machine at the stadium and the Viking's were one of the teams playing in the Superbowl and they were leading when the bomb went off.
    How was Joe Kapp playing?

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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "whackthepack" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    Explosions would be nearly simultaneous, the posting said, with the cities specifically chosen in different time zones.
    Thought 1:
    The terrorists are leaving out the following games:
    Carolina @ Cincinnati - probably the best game of the day.
    New England @ Buffalo - another solid contest
    San Diego @ Kansas City - 3rd AFC tilt
    Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay - can the Grudenites win 2-in-a-row?
    And, of course, the Monday night game with the Giants & Cowboys.

    Thought 2:
    Wasn't that in a Tom Clancy book already?


    =Z=

    The book was "The Sum of all fears" and it was about a nuclear bomb at a Superbowl hidden inside of a pop machine at the stadium and the Viking's were one of the teams playing in the Superbowl and they were leading when the bomb went off.
    How was Joe Kapp playing?

    =Z=
    Who the F cares LOL, we were in the SB AND winning..when is the last time that happened ? I'll take that glory anytime, compared to our SB history.

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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "2beersTommy" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "whackthepack" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    Explosions would be nearly simultaneous, the posting said, with the cities specifically chosen in different time zones.
    Thought 1:
    The terrorists are leaving out the following games:
    Carolina @ Cincinnati - probably the best game of the day.
    New England @ Buffalo - another solid contest
    San Diego @ Kansas City - 3rd AFC tilt
    Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay - can the Grudenites win 2-in-a-row?
    And, of course, the Monday night game with the Giants & Cowboys.

    Thought 2:
    Wasn't that in a Tom Clancy book already?


    =Z=

    The book was "The Sum of all fears" and it was about a nuclear bomb at a Superbowl hidden inside of a pop machine at the stadium and the Viking's were one of the teams playing in the Superbowl and they were leading when the bomb went off.
    How was Joe Kapp playing?

    =Z=
    Who the F cares LOL, we were in the SB AND winning..when is the last time that happened ? I'll take that glory anytime, compared to our SB history.
    Yeah but what if the bomb goes off? All the fans of the opposing team would be like......"You guys wouldn't have won if it wasn't for that stupid bomb!"

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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "Del" wrote:
    "2beersTommy" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "whackthepack" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    Explosions would be nearly simultaneous, the posting said, with the cities specifically chosen in different time zones.
    Thought 1:
    The terrorists are leaving out the following games:
    Carolina @ Cincinnati - probably the best game of the day.
    New England @ Buffalo - another solid contest
    San Diego @ Kansas City - 3rd AFC tilt
    Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay - can the Grudenites win 2-in-a-row?
    And, of course, the Monday night game with the Giants & Cowboys.

    Thought 2:
    Wasn't that in a Tom Clancy book already?


    =Z=

    The book was "The Sum of all fears" and it was about a nuclear bomb at a Superbowl hidden inside of a pop machine at the stadium and the Viking's were one of the teams playing in the Superbowl and they were leading when the bomb went off.
    How was Joe Kapp playing?

    =Z=
    Who the F cares LOL, we were in the SB AND winning..when is the last time that happened ? I'll take that glory anytime, compared to our SB history.
    Yeah but what if the bomb goes off? All the fans of the opposing team would be like......"You guys wouldn't have won if it wasn't for that stupid bomb!"
    IT DID go off . so now what?

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    Re: Dirty Radiological Bombs at 7 NFL Stadiums

    "2beersTommy" wrote:
    "Del" wrote:
    "2beersTommy" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "whackthepack" wrote:
    [quote author=AWZeus link=topic=28348.msg486176#msg486176 date=1161225011]
    Explosions would be nearly simultaneous, the posting said, with the cities specifically chosen in different time zones.
    Thought 1:
    The terrorists are leaving out the following games:
    Carolina @ Cincinnati - probably the best game of the day.
    New England @ Buffalo - another solid contest
    San Diego @ Kansas City - 3rd AFC tilt
    Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay - can the Grudenites win 2-in-a-row?
    And, of course, the Monday night game with the Giants & Cowboys.

    Thought 2:
    Wasn't that in a Tom Clancy book already?


    =Z=

    The book was "The Sum of all fears" and it was about a nuclear bomb at a Superbowl hidden inside of a pop machine at the stadium and the Viking's were one of the teams playing in the Superbowl and they were leading when the bomb went off.
    How was Joe Kapp playing?

    =Z=
    Who the F cares LOL, we were in the SB AND winning..when is the last time that happened ? I'll take that glory anytime, compared to our SB history.
    Yeah but what if the bomb goes off? All the fans of the opposing team would be like......"You guys wouldn't have won if it wasn't for that stupid bomb!"
    IT DID go off . so now what?
    [/quote]

    So now I guess we won a superbowl! And get many draft picks in the next years draft!

    Didn't Tom Clancy want to buy the Vikings at one point in time?

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