Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Give these folks a prize!

It seems that the TSA has uncovered yet another group of people that threatens America: Dead people.

Yes, dead people. As in, deceased. Passed away. Gone to meet their maker. Cremated, no less. The brave and mighty warriors of the TSA have figured out, apparently, that dead people make the best suicide bombers because, like, they're already dead. At least, that's all I can figure from the fact that the TSA cleared out a concourse at Miami International Airport because of a suspicious cremated dead person.

I must applaud the brave folks at the TSA for protecting us from suicidal dead people. Especially cremated ones. These brave TSA employees most certainly deserve a prize for their brilliance in protecting us from those dastardly dead fiends. I doubt, however, that said prize shall be a Nobel Prize. Perhaps an IgNobel...

-- Badtux the Snarky Penguin

Hmm, appears that Dumbka is down at the moment. See the original Miami Herald news byte, which, strangely enough, is not indexed by Google News. Hmm.... is Google part of the vast cremated zombie threat to America?! Curious penguins want to know!


  1. Well they fit the profile of a suicide bomber.

    They have nothing to lose. They don't care what anyone else thinks. They definitely will be concerned about their lot in the after life. Their skin isn't a healthy white.

    Watch out America, there are dead people among you. You never know when they might strike.

    As a result of this threat the department of Homeland Security has raise the threat level to aquamarine. Be vigilante people.

  2. Hrmm, I knew we should have cremated Grampie...But nooooooooo, no one listens to the paranoid ballerina...


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