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    1. ∙ELi∙ 99 months ago | reply

      Please, only questions about hair.

    2. Nikki Bossie 99 months ago | reply

      Gee, I wonder why they call us New Englanders uptight? I cannot BELIEVE a cartoon character threatened anyone in Boston. Sure, we'll let any terrorist board a plane to New York...but a light bright??? That's just crazy!

    3. agitprop 99 months ago | reply

      They got NPR to mention "Aqua Teen Hunger Force". I'd say it was a successful ad campaign.

    4. falconn67 99 months ago | reply

      Oh no! a Mooninite! Someone call the FBI! Shut down the city, close the subway, all the roads and bridges! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGHHH!!! (guess what city I am in...)

    5. corsakti 99 months ago | reply

      why just look at the lovely, increasingly-creative work of al qaeda

    6. Bryndone 99 months ago | reply

      Those are great! I don't get how those guys are being charged with it being a "hoax," A hoax of what? they never said they were bombs. when People get upset over what are essentially High tech Lite-Brites thats pretty sad.

    7. dictatorjuu 99 months ago | reply

      My name is...
      The mic-rula,
      The old schoolah,
      Ya wanna trip? I'll bring it to ya.
      Frylock and I'm on top, Rock you like a cop
      Meatwad you up next with your knock-knock.
      Meatwad make the money, see.
      Meatwad get the honeys, G.
      Drivin in my car, livin' like a star.
      Ice on my fingers and my toes and I'm a Taurus

      Check it.
      Check it, check it.

      'Cuz we are the aqua teens,
      make the homies say ho! and the girlies wanna scream
      'Cuz we are the aqua teens,
      make the homies say ho! and the girlies wanna scream

      Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
      Number 1 in the Hood, G

    8. Master RipRap 99 months ago | reply

      People people! Don't you realize that Boston is in the state of Assachusetts!

    9. robbroccoli 99 months ago | reply

      If this is a bomb then I would warn IKEA and other retailers in case Boston Police start "defusing" alarm clocks all over the freakin' shop...

    10. Boston Wolverine 99 months ago | reply

      My favorite part is that they saw this design... a pixellated alien flipping them off... and thought, "BY GOD, IT'S TERRORISTS!!11!1" A natural conclusion that we would all draw, I'm sure.

      I hope the city bigwigs realize the best way to minimize embarrassment from this already considerably embarrassing situation (hilarious as it is to everyone not in the Boston PD) is to quietly let it go away, not press charges and keep attention on it.

      Oh, and good job, getting a shot of one of these explosive menaces in the lite-brited flesh.

    11. xjohnpaulx 99 months ago | reply

      the only mildly weird thing about these is the program in the one logic chip. it makes the thing go into a test mode (blink then solid then off) when you first put in batteries. it takes maybe 1.5 - 2 hours of darkness for them to turn on, and they do not immediately go off when in light.
      all that aside, that was for the specific use these had. a homebrew one doesn't need that. just 150 or so 10mm 3volt LEDs and some basic circuit building knowledge. i did see at least one DIY remake on ebay already. it used a wall wart to power it and had a on/off switch and didn't have the light sensor. probably more useful for home use. it should still be up there if you want to be inspired.

    12. TheThompsonFive 99 months ago | reply

      Note to Al Qaeda, batteries + exposed wires = BOMB! Next time spend the extra twenty cents and buy some heat shrink tubing.

      "Here are two forms of photo I.D.. Why don't you suck them both?"

      -- Err

    13. Lucky in Love [deleted] 99 months ago | reply

      They shouldn't be arresting those dudes. They should be giving them awards for brilliance.

    14. Nikki Bossie 96 months ago | reply

      For the love of god our illustrious mayor actually just tried to get this movie banned in Boston. LET IT GO ALREADY! The theatres told him to eat them. Pretty sure he did.

    15. cyberredneckrobert 90 months ago | reply

      this thing would have gone better if they did at least this:

      tape a semi-clear envelope, like a shipping invoice sticker, holding a paper with information about the device.

      Since the controversy's heat has gone cold, it should be safe to make and sell these, only for use as an inside decoration, though.

    16. CatsFive 89 months ago | reply

      Never forget

    17. xolta_99 57 months ago | reply

      Not a bomb.

    18. anubis1692 54 months ago | reply

      I need a pair of these!!

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