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   Undertoad  Thursday Sep 5 02:49 PM

9/5/2002: Car bomb detonated



"Boom" is not really strong enough to describe the blast caused here. This car bomb was headed down a dirt road in Israel when volunteer police chased it. Eventually it was abandoned, at which point the police came and had it detonated on the spot. It consisted of a 1300 lb. bomb, along with two barrels of fuel and metal fragments, along with a cell phone attached to the trigger as a charge. Looks like it blew up real good.



Nic Name  Thursday Sep 5 04:35 PM

Quote:
Some of us who like a laugh -- surely a dwindling band in this increasingly grim and humorless world -- remember fondly the old "SCTV" series.

One of the funniest skits on the show featured the late, great John Candy and Pittsburgh's own Joe Flaherty as hayseed film critics hosting "Farm Film Celebrity Blow-Up."

Their bumpkin characters reviewed movies on the basis of only one criteria: whether people and things "blowed up real good." They loved films that had lots of explosions; they gave the thumbs-down to ones in which nothing blowed up at all.
Thank God nobody got blowed up in this one. Really!


Scred  Thursday Sep 5 08:36 PM

Clearly, this photo is just more propaganda from the IDF to make the palestinians look like wanton, thoughtless murderers. UT, shame on you!

Sorry, I was just possessed by an Idiotarian. I feel better now.

Carry on.



Tobiasly  Thursday Sep 5 09:53 PM

Actually the bad thing about this photo is there's no perspective. It could be an M80 for all we know.

Not very good propaganda!



Scred  Friday Sep 6 06:23 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by Tobiasly
Actually the bad thing about this photo is there's no perspective. It could be an M80 for all we know.

Not very good propaganda!
Tru, but I saw the video, it was no M80. Looked big enough to take out a medium-sized building.


Griff  Friday Sep 6 07:08 AM

I thought the timing was a bit odd, coming after Sharons first reasonable comment ever.



Vegeta  Friday Sep 6 11:29 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by Griff
I thought the timing was a bit odd, coming after Sharons first reasonable comment ever.
Hamas not heeding Israeli peacemaking efforts? No way!!


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