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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Nuke Plants Safe from Airplane Attacks?

The NRC says they are.

Damn-- now how can that be, when a Boeing 767 can cut into steel and concrete like a hot knife through butter????

On a related note, the NRC said "Monday that nuclear power plant operators should not be expected to stop terrorists from crashing an airliner into a reactor, saying that responsibility lies elsewhere."

WHAT???? Meaning the air force should be able to stop hijacked planes? Is that possible????


(this ends another edition of "Snark Headline News")

7 Comments:

Anonymous fingernail clippers of truth said...

so we shouldn't be surprised when 4 more boeings are once again highjacked (this time with fingernail clippers!), and flown around various parts of the country for over an hour (without being intercepted, practice makes perfect!) and then crashed into a nuclear reactor.

no doubt we would forget all about 9/11 after that!

12:14 PM  
Anonymous jim said...

Don't forget there will coincidentally be multiple war games/exercises going on at the same time.

12:27 PM  
Anonymous h said...

""there will coincidentally be multiple war games/exercises going on at the same time""

oh absolutely!

1:45 PM  
Blogger Democrat said...

And, of course, the man sending $100.000 to the main hijacker is dining in the city under attack.

Don't forget the put options that turn out legit, although no names are mentioned and please don't forget to send in the NIST team for another bought and paid for investigation result that all was completely normal.

3:40 PM  
Anonymous Magnus, Robot Smasher said...

And don't forget to save the Air Force's number on your cell phone whenever you fly. Calling your mom would be kind of fatalistic.
Squee.

4:06 PM  
Anonymous toddbingham.tard/nodoubt! said...

"hello mom? this is reno! oops i mean conspiracy smasher! oops i meant to say pinch! ya that's right; pinch!"

5:20 PM  
Blogger Democrat said...

Of course, the order to attack Iran would be signed just the day before such hijacking attacks and Rummy would again feel the attack coming that morning by his bones rattling, perhaps from a beam weapon...

I sure hope I don't have to barbecue that day, because it may cost me a global collapse of my barbecue.

6:11 PM  

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