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September 22, 2007
Homeland Security Blanket
Pretty, and more than a bit silly.
Posted on September 22, 2007 at 11:08 AM
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Hey, that looks practical too! It could most probably be used to "seal windows and doors" in the event of an emergency, as our glorious Administration once recommended.
With graded filling for your comfort and peace of mind: finest eiderdown at the 'Low' end, right up to the ultra-secure 'Severe' stuffing of orthopaedically certified lead bricks. Dynamically adjust your child's night-time protection to meet the nebulous threats posed to our country by the shadowy forces of evil!
To correct myself, it's a DHS database, the employee worked at Commerce. He tracked the movement of an ex-girlfriend using TECS.
Well, if you sew you'll have a lot of scraps. This looks like a clever way to make some money on them. Good for the maker!
And there I thought it was bad to apply blanket security measures.. how wrong was I.. ;)
If it were true to life, it would simply be orange...
"If it were true to life, it would simply be orange..."
Maybe with some yellow stains.
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