IVhorseman wrote:Anti-American terrorists tend to attack symbols of American power, like the Pentagon (military) and WTC (economic). Domestic terrorists are more likely to target soft targets that represent multi-culturalism, like sporting events where Kenyans and Ethiopians tend to win. Could be some tea-party nut-job, especially considering that it's a Boston (like the original tea party) event promoting brotherhood to all nations.
samuelzz10 wrote:Only 3 people died, and at the same time 120 people died in Africa of aids. Yeah, we have our priorities straight.
stubby wrote:omg noob, balrogs are maiars too, don't you know anything
Tzan wrote:Semaj Nagirrac wrote:Well, I took some land without checking if it was owned by a faction or not. I'm not going to be banned, am I? I can destroy everything if need be.
That's what Hitler said,
a retired social studies teacher at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School,
said he knows Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, who graduated from the school last year.
Mr. Aaronson lives on Norfolk Street, on the Cambridge-Somerville border, a few houses from the Tsarnaevs.
Mr. Aaronson said even though he is retired he still spends a lot of time at the school, taking pictures of events.
“He was a very photogenic kid,” he said of Dzhokhar. “He had a heart of gold.”
mgb519 wrote:There were three deaths because there were doctors handy to stop the bleeding of all the people who lost arms or legs. Those same doctors said that many people were very close to dying. Just pointing that bit out.
samuelzz10 wrote:the guy is in custody
IVhorseman wrote:I'm the Several Hundred Dollar Man!
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