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A surefire way to tell when your milk's gone bad…

Congratulations on a job well done, Federal, State and Local officials there in Mass.

Thanks for all of your hard and diligent work.

Up to this point, I have been very impressed…

With the restraint and professionalism shown by the law enforcement officials in Mass.

They've given frequent updates to the public to keep everyone informed. In spite of the massive display of force, there hasn't been any trigger happy incidents on the police's part. Their MAIN focus seems to set on PUBLIC SAFETY first and foremost.

Cooperation and communication looks top notch between all agencies involved.

Comparing this to the debacle that was the Dorner manhunt and it's clear that this operation is a great example of how it's supposed to be done.

I hope that I haven't spoken too early, but so far, this effort looks extremely well done.

I commend both law enforcement, first responders, military support and medical personnel and public officials for doing what's right up to this point and hopefully beyond.

(Edit: All of you know that I don't make a habit of heaping praise on cops. However, if they're doing something right, I'm more than willing to admit that I recognize it.)


The Syrian Revolutionaries sends Boston some love


I like this Uncle, Ruslan Tsarni...

He seems like a real straight shooter who doesn't suffer fools lightly.

I've NEVER seen an entire city on lockdown for a manhunt before

We're in new territory, everybody.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a city of Cambridge scholarship recipient

Cambridge announces 2011 City Scholarship recipients
Print | Comments (0) Posted by Brock Parker May 6, 2011 01:53 PM

The City of Cambridge has announced the 2011 City Scholarship recipients for seniors at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School and others pursuing higher education.

The city is awarding the $2,500 scholarships to 45 students using contributions from citizens and businesses. About 35 to 45 scholarships are awarded each year, according to the city.

This year’s recipients will be honored at a ceremony and reception May 16 at 4 p.m. in the Sullivan Chamber of Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue.


So, the spying on every single American by the NSA never did point the bombers out...

Everyone's phone calls, e-mails, tweets and electronic communications in the files of the NSA didn't warn the government that people were planning to bomb the Boston Marathon.

Or at least we don't know if all if that data has pointed to someone planning to bomb the Boston Marathon, one way or the other.

However, the Boston Marathon was, in fact, BOMBED and in spite of that, the NSA still continues to collect phone calls, e-mails, tweets and electronic communications on EVERYBODY.

If this shows that an overly-intrusive national security state doesn't keep us all safe AT ALL, I don't know what does.

What a difference does ten years make…

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