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Blog Surfing

One of my favorite blogs has posted a revealing anecdote.

Essentially, for those of you too lazy to click the link, it’s about what happens when people act out of fear and the FBI is authorized to investigate.

Seriously, read it.

28 Responses to “Blog Surfing”

  1. Kashei Says:

    G-d you’re dumb. So the FBI investigated, found nothing, moved on. The horror!

  2. Kashei Says:

    G-d you’re dumb. So the FBI investigated, found nothing, moved on. The horror!

  3. Kashei Says:

    G-d you’re dumb. So the FBI investigated, found nothing, moved on. The horror!

  4. Rick Blaine Says:

    I’ve actually got to agree with Special K on this one. Except for the “dumb” part.

  5. Rick Blaine Says:

    I’ve actually got to agree with Special K on this one. Except for the “dumb” part.

  6. Rick Blaine Says:

    I’ve actually got to agree with Special K on this one. Except for the “dumb” part.

  7. Dawn Says:

    Man, who knew “probable cause” would become so passe.

    Sigh.

  8. Dawn Says:

    Man, who knew “probable cause” would become so passe.

    Sigh.

  9. Dawn Says:

    Man, who knew “probable cause” would become so passe.

    Sigh.

  10. Rick Blaine Says:

    The FBI doesn’t need “probable cause” to knock on someone’s door and ask them questions. Sure, it was probably a nutty granny, and hopefully the agents sent to investigate knew that. But I’m actually glad they followed up, and it seems from the brief description you linked to that they did it in an efficient, non-intrusive, effective way, leaving the civil rights of the “suspects” intact, making the grandma feel safe and protected (and taken seriously), etc.

  11. Rick Blaine Says:

    The FBI doesn’t need “probable cause” to knock on someone’s door and ask them questions. Sure, it was probably a nutty granny, and hopefully the agents sent to investigate knew that. But I’m actually glad they followed up, and it seems from the brief description you linked to that they did it in an efficient, non-intrusive, effective way, leaving the civil rights of the “suspects” intact, making the grandma feel safe and protected (and taken seriously), etc.

  12. Rick Blaine Says:

    The FBI doesn’t need “probable cause” to knock on someone’s door and ask them questions. Sure, it was probably a nutty granny, and hopefully the agents sent to investigate knew that. But I’m actually glad they followed up, and it seems from the brief description you linked to that they did it in an efficient, non-intrusive, effective way, leaving the civil rights of the “suspects” intact, making the grandma feel safe and protected (and taken seriously), etc.

  13. Kashei Says:

    CENSORER!!!!

  14. Kashei Says:

    CENSORER!!!!

  15. Kashei Says:

    CENSORER!!!!

  16. Rick Blaine Says:

    um, that’s not a word.

  17. Rick Blaine Says:

    um, that’s not a word.

  18. Rick Blaine Says:

    um, that’s not a word.

  19. Kashei Says:

    Um, you’re such a nerd.

  20. Kashei Says:

    Um, you’re such a nerd.

  21. Kashei Says:

    Um, you’re such a nerd.

  22. Dawn Says:

    Actually, the two of you have met. Remember, when we were at the Sports LA gym? That was Fruity Pepples and that was the nerd. :-)

  23. Dawn Says:

    Actually, the two of you have met. Remember, when we were at the Sports LA gym? That was Fruity Pepples and that was the nerd. :-)

  24. Dawn Says:

    Actually, the two of you have met. Remember, when we were at the Sports LA gym? That was Fruity Pepples and that was the nerd. :-)

  25. Dawn Says:

    what does that face mean?

  26. Dawn Says:

    what does that face mean?

  27. Dawn Says:

    what does that face mean?

  28. RaymonWazerri Says:

    Hey,
    I love what you’e doing!
    Don’t ever change and best of luck.

    Raymon W.

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