REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY … REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

Sunday, February 19, 2012
Posted in category Security State

A website has gathered approximately 25 flyers from the FBI’s “Communities Against Terrorism” that serve the purpose of guiding American Boobus on how to spot and report “Potential Indicators of Terrorist Activities.” The “threat” areas are the following: hobby shops, farm supply stores, martial arts/paintball, dive/boat shops, tattoo shops, etc. I encourage you to click on some of the flyers and read them; however, do not have food in your mouth at the same time. Thanks to my friend Mark, who has never reported me for any suspicious activities, for the heads-up.

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4 Responses to REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY … REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

  1. Tom Mullen says:

    February 20th, 2012 at 9:09 am

    Well, it’s just great to see that I qualify as a “potential terrorist” under the martial arts criteria. I can’t wait to share that one with my master. Incidentally, as a vestige of my 38 years living in Buffalo, NY, I grow a beard every winter and shave it off in the spring. It was a tangible benefit in Buffalo, but just a habit down here in Florida. I also shave part of it off into a goatee just about every year, which I just did. So, I assume that my classmates are watching me closely. LOL!

  2. mike miller says:

    February 23rd, 2012 at 8:21 am

    I am attempting to get MAY DAY! off the ground.May first no one who can avoid it will fly. This is to put pressure on the airlines to force the govt. to get rid of the T.S.A. This has the advantage of not putting yourself in the sights of the FEDS. No tasers or pepper spray.Simply postpone flights for three days.Every one hates the T.S.A.,so we have a common cause.I personally will never fly until this abomination is gone! Pass the word, we have two months.Long live lady liberty!

  3. Ken Ashley says:

    February 24th, 2012 at 9:44 am

    The Airlines should be totally responsible for security, at their gates, just as they are for the proper maintenance of the machines. Which has the most to lose? The government, nothing. Plus, who uses them, pays. 2 percent mostly support them.

  4. Poohbah says:

    February 25th, 2012 at 1:30 am

    Remember, CPX Foxtrot is coming up.

    http://www.starvingthemonkeys.com/cpx/CPX_Foxtrot.html

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