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The W - Current Events & Politics - You thought the flooding was bad? Rogue Dolphins are far worse
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Witness the latest casualty of Katrina, dolphins with laser beams on their fricking heads escaping:,6903,1577753,00.html

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That's hilarious. We lost some of our very own Weapons of Moderate Destruction due to even more poor planning. Next up: US loses containment of "Killer Badgers" somewhere in Texas.

I bet whoever wrote the script for "Snakes on a plane" is kicking themselves right now.

"Killer dolphins? Why didn't I think of that?!"

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Something doesn't seem right. Can you picture our intel giving it up that easily instead of keeping their mouths shut?
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