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Finn said Nugent had worked late and got up early Thursday for the airport, and either “completely forgot or never knew the weapon was in her bag.”
Hey, it could happen, why there was this one time I was flying home from Turkey and I'd been working late the night before, or perhaps on a huge raki and hashish jag, I don't remember, and I had an early flight the next day and completely forget about the five kilograms of heroin taped to my abdomen, or maybe I never knew it was there. Talk about embarrassing.
Then there was the time I had worked late the night before, or had been huffing nitrous and smoking BC bud, I can't remember, and I was on my way to the airport and got pulled over by the police and had completely forgotten that I had a bunch of dead hookers in my trunk (let me tell you, I was crushed when Ford stopped making the Crown Victoria, you could fit a half dozen dead hookers in the trunk and still have room for a full-sized spare). Or maybe it's just that I didn't know that there were a bunch of dead hookers in my trunk, who knows? The point that I'm trying to make here is that we're only human and sometimes we forget about, or aren't even aware, of little things like having a gun in your handbag, or five kilograms of heroin taped to your abdomen or a bunch of dead hookers in the trunk of your car and that when someone reminds of us these things that there's no need to make a huge federal case out of it.
In the event of the pilots deciding that things had gotten too shooty in the passenger compartment and ejecting from the plane the plane's autopilot would engage, determine the location of the plane and plot a course to the nearest volcano, desert or large body of water where the plane could be
Taking immigration reform one step at a time makes an open and transparent
process more likely and will prevent the last minute secret deal-making
and vote-buying that occurred in the waning days before the Senate vote.
I'm shocked, shocked to find that secret deal-making and vote-buying is going on in the US Senate.
What was really infuriating was that the NPR guy didn't even dispute any of this or have anyone present other views.
Of course not. Don't you know that NPR stands for "Nice and Polite to Republicans"?
One contentious interview over health care policy with John Sununu, former chief of staff to president George HW Bush, ended with Sununu accusing O’Brien of loyalty to the campaign of president Barack Obama.
“Put an Obama sticker on your forehead when you do this,” Sununu said.
This is pretty rich coming from a guy who has "Property of George HW Bush" branded across his ass cheeks and a tramp stamp with a downward pointing arrow that says "Republican Glory Hole".
When you think about how many fewer people would've died if we'd had President Gore like we voted for, you can certainly make the argument that the ballot box is as dangerous as a bullet box.
So you're saying that if Al Gore had been armed he would have been able to stand his ground against a corrupt and overreaching Supreme Court that appointed his opponent President of the United States? Works for me.