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From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2002 23:16:23 -0400
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> "News2020" wrote in message news:...
> > Thanks for the details.
> > [ Here are more events from my area - don't know if they relate -
> > I heard a soda can explode in front of my home (on the sidewalk) a few weeks
> > ago. By the time I turned around the boy (I believe) on skateboard had
> > disappeared. I was intrigued because the sound was explosive, unlike a
> > normal sound. I went to examine the area and found a completely crushed soda
> > can. It did not seem to be caused by mechanical crushing - the explosive
> > sound did not match and the can was just perfectly crushed flat top to
> > bottom (?).
> > Two days ago, I saw a white teenager with 'Misfit' written on his black
> > t-shirt back rolling past on a skateboard with a gizmo in his hand (looked
> > like a cross between a large PDA and a radar detector).
> The kids around here carry gismos that look like a cross between a
> military style 45 caliber handgun with a 10 shot clip and a military
> style 45 caliber handgun with a 10 shot clip. They make a explosive
> sound as well, sounds kind of like a car back firing and the other
> kids and people who get hit usually look like they're laying on the
> ground, sleeping. Handguns are illegal here unless you're under 21
> years of age, wear baggy clothes, are a member of the heritage front
> and a have a shaved head. Many of these kids have been talked into
> believing that they're actually doing vigilante community police work.
That's funny. They're illegal for exactly the opposite group
here. Anyone else can carry these PDAs (Personal Defense
Administrators) at any time. ...no license required. It seems
that the kids don't pick on the gr'ups so much. ;-)
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