Friday, April 19, 2013

NOTE TO WOULD-BE TERRORISTS


I hope you are watching very carefully tonight & learning the lessons well.

IF YOU CHOOSE TO MESS WITH AMERICANS, we WILL hunt you down like the rabid animals that you are ...

... even if it takes locking down a major city for a day, bringing in 9000 law enforcement personnel AND canceling a BoSox game!
  
YESSAH

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's new pussy cat? Reading between the lines, I couldn't help noticing a touch of sarcasm in your final sentence. Hoo, Hoo, Hoo. Tom Jones.

SCATS said...

To 10:02AM ~~ Not intended to be sarcastic at all! Canceling a BoSox game almost never happens! But it was worth it this time, right?

Anonymous said...

Pussy Cat, I was referring to the 9000 cops part, not the ball game and you know that. TJ

SCATS said...

To 5:25PM ~~ Sorry, but I truly did not realize that! Probably because I detest the BoSux (usually). Yesterday, I cut them some slack lol.

However, I will tell you that a certain movie kept coming to mind through most of the "chase saga." Can you guess which one?

Anonymous said...

I can, the Blue Brothers. :)

SCATS said...

To 7:41PM ~~ Nope, not that one. Think "Bolivian army."

Anonymous said...

9000 cops, 1 clown hiding in a boat in a back yard.

Baxter must have been green with envy. I'm shocked he didn't head to Boston to lend a hand.

SCATS said...

To 3:12AM ~~ Are you sure that he didn't??

Anonymous said...

Pussy Cat! Butch and Sundance but I fail to see the connection TJ

SCATS said...

To 9:37AM ~~ You don't see a correlation between engaging 9000 law enforcement personnel to hunt down ONE terrorist in Boston and the Bolivian army being used to track 2 outlaws in the movie?

Anonymous said...


Pussy Cat, none what so ever. Real life is not always represented in an entertainment format. The Boston deal was for real with two killers tossing
explosives from a car(not horses). Superior man-power is essential to protect the cops as well as the public. In instances like this, there is no room for
fair play and equal and opposite reactions. Besides, your numbers are exaggerated to try and make your point, something akin to How many Cops does it take to screw in a light bulb? Pretty silly in my view but consistent with your
attitude toward cops in general. TJ

SCATS said...

To 3:57PM ~~ This has NOTHING to do with my view of Greece police (which, by the way, is NOT how I view all cops). My numbers are NOT skewed. It was widely reported Thursday night that some 9000-10,000 law enforcement folks from SWAT to FBI to state & local cops were on duty in Boston. Some even wore DEA on their jackets. You ought to try reading the news sometime ;)

Here's another little known nugget of news to chew on: Despite the fact that businesses were ordered to stay closed on Friday, Boston officials ordered that several Dunkin Donuts remain open in Watertown to serve the cops.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/19/watertown-dunkin-donuts-stay-open_n_3117323.html?ir=Good+News