Have You Seen Me?

If seen, please contact the proper authorities.

What did happen to this dumb-ass three-level terror alert system, anyway?

Yes, I know that, technically, there are five levels, but if you never use two, then you effectively have a three-level system. 

We haven’t heard anything about this dipshittery since the last election cycle. Somehow, I think we may become reacquainted with this bad idea in the near future. Whaddya think?

6 thoughts on “Have You Seen Me?

  1. MapleStreet says:

    Think you’re right Jude. The fact that Obama (or what that Osama) could be elected president before Chimpy bombs Iran is definitely cause for concern.
    In all seriousness, knowing Bush’s belief that he represents some sort of Manifest Destiny, knowing that he knows in his heart that Iran is the center of Satan, and knowing that the next president may not see the same perils he sees, I am worried that he will see his only option to save the USA as bombing Iran.

  2. pansypoo says:

    has anybody seen a def con?

  3. …well, there was this one old guy who used to hang out in a cowboy bar I frequented back in Idaho years ago, but I think he could hear better than he let on.
    That’s not what you meant, is it?

  4. slim says:

    For what it’s worth, in the maritime industry we’re updated by the Coast Guard on the alert level all the time (not that it ever changes).
    During the mass casualty exercise last year, though, the CG had fun calling/emailing us just about every hour for two days yoyo-ing the threat level up and down, and we had to respond to each change accordingly (it changes how your vessels and crews are allowed to operate at berth). Boy, was that fun.

  5. Auntie Meme says:

    Around mid-October the aspens turn, the sabres rattle, and the idgit’s balls itch to take out Iran.

  6. mdhatter says:

    Well Jude – I believe (and I think you do too) that the ‘alert system’ was created exclusively FOR the last election cycle, by people who do not respect us.

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