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Man, I love the Offbeat News section of CNN.com. A couple weeks ago, Sydney, Australia adopted a pre-emptive terrorism policy which basically boils down to "If you see something, say something." An unattended bag that appears suspicious ought to be reported immediately, because it might be a terrorist bomb.

But as this gentleman discovered, that system isn't always perfect. Heehee!



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Whoopee Cushions may be small-time, but they are a form of terrorism nonetheless.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.46
    Originally posted by WhoTookMyHonor?
    Whoopee Cushions may be small-time, but they are a form of terrorism nonetheless.
YOU are a form of terrorism.



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