Friday, July 09, 2004

At Least He Didn't Ask to Use the Bathroom

Check this story out.

They're charging him with making a terrorist threat? How did what he do remotely involve terrorism? Sure it was stupid, juvenile and potentially dangerous - for himself, the clerk and any other patrons, but terrorism?

He's more guilty of falling into the trap of bad radio - you know, that medium where sight gags work so well, than being a threat to the country.

Memo to overzealous prosecutor: in these troubled times, the most important thing you can have is a sense of humor - even for lame on-air radio stunts.

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