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Boston is officially retarded

KrakKrak New
edited February 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Hahah, completely. Hear about the ATHF "scandal"? Classic, Turner said "hey those are ours" made phone calls and even faxed in the locations of the items. Did anyone believe them? Nah, lets shut down the city and call them IEDs instead. They were even in 8 other cities, and where up for like 2 weeks. What I don't get is how you can have a town... that has Boston College, MIT, Harvard, Cambridge, U Mass, and about 20 other universities and no one was able to identify a damned Mooninite­. These guys just totally owned the city of Boston, "Inert here meaning, of course, 'Not a bomb. Ever. At all.'" Eh... physical fitness. Whatever. Whatever. Your gonna die. Someone'll kill ya, someone'll kill ya with a knife. Sorry, that's how it works.


  • MIT and Harvard are in Boston?
  • Holy crap. These people are stu-u-u-u-pid! I've already had my rant on my blog. I just don't get people like this? It only strengthens my resolve to write an official law changing "common sense" into "uncommon sense" and push it through Congress. It seems that most people just don't have it anymore.
  • MIT and Harvard are in Boston?
    You wouldn't think so, would you?
  • edited February 2007
    I just had no idea where they were and for some reason was always under the impression they were somewhere other than boston. I was about to say 'like massachusetts', then I realised that Boston was in Massachusetts (actually I thought that Massachusetts was in Boston, because I thought Boston was a state). And was the M in MIT. And now I feel a bit silly. I still had no idea harvard was there though. Come to think of it, I was also under the impression that Maine was in Boston (yes, I realise now that Maine is an entire state and Boston is only a city). I should really get my US Geography sorted out...
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