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DrinkyBanjo
07-12-2006, 17:34
Bourbon Festival in homeland security database....is nothing sacred?

http://msnbc.msn.com/id/13822662/?GT1=8307

robbyvirus
07-12-2006, 22:53
I heard this story on the radio this morning...the Kentucky Bourbon Festival made the Department of Homeland Security's database of potential terrorism targets (along with an insect zoo and an Indiana popcorn factory), but not the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, or the Statue of Liberty. Glad to see this administration is on the ball!

Sijan
07-13-2006, 00:39
Maybe they have their priorities straight? j/k

Ambernecter
07-13-2006, 02:21
I've already been blown away by tasting GTS! Being blown up by halfwits don't scare me...

Imagine being killed around loads of Bourbon in a festival atmosphere - could Heaven possibly be any better?

CrispyCritter
07-13-2006, 20:53
Homeland Stupidity strikes again! ;)

Of course, the Islamofascists and the Christofascists alike would just as soon see all alcohol vanish from the face of the earth... so maybe it isn't a bad idea to beef up security at the Bourbon Festival. :slappin:

(A while back, there was a brilliant "inapproprate ad campaign" Photoshop contest on Fark, with the winner being a depiction of the Kaaba draped in ads for Jack Daniel's and "Pork - the Other White Meat.")

TimmyBoston
07-14-2006, 02:27
I live in Indiana and I am so scared to go the petting zoo!!!!

gr8erdane
07-16-2006, 01:59
Why do you think we keep our bourbon in bunkers anyway? There are no teetotalers in MY foxhole.

jsgorman
07-16-2006, 08:36
What bothers me the most is that somebody actualy put that list together.

Lets all be real about one thing. If a bunch of shady foreign terrorist-looking types (insert your own bias here) were driving around central kentucky, the good ole Kentucky Police Force will have pulled them over at least every quarter mile -- and every other trucker will have already radio'd ahead.

CrispyCritter
07-17-2006, 19:49
To me, it's just a classic case of corruption in action - people see a BIG pot of money available, and will come up with any justification they can think of for a piece of the action.