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(Originally posted on: 01-31-07 10:51:35 PM)
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So basically the entire city was shut down, since no one apparently fucking watches Aqua Teen Hunger Force.



Dumbasses. Pretty much any teenager/young adult could have explained what it was in about 10 seconds.

However, I also blame the post-9/11 government that has terrorized our citizens into believing that anything that's unfamiliar is going to kill them. Gah.


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BOSTON, Massachusetts (CNN) -- Authorities arrested a man in connection with electronic light boards depicting a middle-finger-waving moon man that triggered repeated bomb scares around Boston on Wednesday and prompted the closure of bridges and a stretch of the Charles River.

Meanwhile, police and prosecutors vented their anger at Turner Broadcasting Inc., the parent company of CNN, who said the battery-operated light boards were aimed at promoting the late-night Adult Swim cartoon "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," condemning Turner for not taking proper steps to end the bomb scares earlier and for not issuing an adequate apology to the city.

Turner Broadcasting said in written statements the devices had been placed around Boston and nine other cities in recent weeks as part of a guerrilla marketing campaign to promote the show.

"We apologize to the citizens of Boston that part of a marketing campaign was mistaken for a public danger," Phil Kent, CEO and chairman of Turner Broadcasting System Inc., said in one of two statements issued by the company.

"As soon as we realized that an element of the campaign was being mistaken for something potentially dangerous, appropriate law enforcement officials were notified and through federal law enforcement channels, we identified the specific locations of the advertisements in all 10 cities in which they are posted. We also directed the third-party marketing firm who posted the advertisements to take them down immediately."

Peter Berdovsky, 27, a freelance video artist from Arlington, Massachusetts, was facing charges of placing a hoax device in a way that results in panic, as well as one count of disorderly conduct, said Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. The charge is a felony, she said.

According to his Web site, Berdovsky is a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art and a founding member of a video artists group called Glitch who goes by the nickname "Zebbler" and sings in a band called "Superfiction."

Authorities believe Berdovsky was "in the employ of other individuals" as part of the marketing campaign, Coakley said. "How exactly this was executed, we are still investigating." Berdovsky is scheduled for arraignment at 9 a.m. Thursday in Charlestown District Court.

Adult Swim shares channel space with Cartoon Network, another Turner enterprise, but the adult-themed network is a separate entity.

The devices displayed a "Mooninite" -- an outer-space delinquent who makes frequent appearances on the cartoon -- greeting passersby with an upraised middle finger. But the discovery of nine of the light boards around Boston and its suburbs sent bomb squads scrambling throughout the day, snarling traffic and mass transit in one of the largest U.S. cities.

"It had a very sinister appearance," Coakley told reporters. "It had a battery behind it, and wires."

The statement from Kent said Turner Broadcasting deeply regrets "the hardships experienced as a result of this incident." (Read the full statement)
Mayor calls situation 'outrageous'

But Coakley, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and others said the statement offering an apology was not enough, and did not rule out criminal charges or a civil suit to recover the estimated hundreds of thousands of dollars it cost the city to respond to the bomb scares.

Menino told reporters he received a call from a Turner spokesperson about 9 p.m. but had not yet returned it. "I think the city deserves a call, not from a press person, but from somebody in the corporate structure of Turner," he said.

"I just think this is outrageous, what they've done ... It's all about corporate greed."

He and Coakley said Turner did not give authorities the locations of the devices and said they learned the devices were Turner's when the company sent a fax to City Hall at 5 p.m.

Officials believe there are 38 throughout the Boston area, and 14 had been recovered as of 9 p.m., Coakley said. "We heard nothing official from the people who could have resolved this earlier."

Some of the devices were placed on private property, she said, which "raises a lot of questions about, at the very least, the responsibility of anybody who would do this."

Asked about whether Massachusetts authorities would have the jurisdiction to arrest people out of state, Coakley said she believed they would if the offenses took place in Massachusetts. Turner Broadcasting's headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia.

Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis called it "unconscionable" that the marketing campaign was executed in a post 9/11 era. "It's a foolish prank on the part of Turner Broadcasting," he said. "In the environment nowadays ... we really have to look at the motivation of the company here and why this happened."

Earlier, Boston police spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll called Wednesday's incidents "a colossal waste of money."

The discovery of the light boards led state, local and federal authorities to close the Boston University and Longfellow Bridges and block boat traffic from the Charles River to Boston Harbor. In addition, the Pentagon said U.S. Northern Command was monitoring the situation from its headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado, but said none of its units were dispatched to assist.

The first device reported was at the Sullivan Square commuter rail station, near the suburb of Somerville, Wednesday morning. Wednesday afternoon, four other devices were reported -- near the Longfellow and Boston University bridges over the Charles, at New England Medical Center and near the intersection of Stuart and Columbus avenues in the city itself, and four more turned up over the course of the day.

Rep. Ed Markey, a Boston-area congressman, said, "Whoever thought this up needs to find another job."

"Scaring an entire region, tying up the T and major roadways, and forcing first responders to spend 12 hours chasing down trinkets instead of terrorists is marketing run amok," Markey, a Democrat, said in a written statement. "It would be hard to dream up a more appalling publicity stunt."

Turner Broadcasting said the devices had been in place for two to three weeks in Boston; New York; Los Angeles, California; Chicago, Illinois; Atlanta, Georgia; Seattle, Washington; Portland, Oregon; Austin, Texas; San Francisco, California; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

A Turner source said the displays were a component of a third-party advertising campaign conducted by a New York advertising firm, Interference Inc., which had no comment on the incident.
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Reply 1 of 53 (Originally posted on: 01-31-07 10:57:31 PM)
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Wonder that they didn't freak out at christmas time
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Reply 2 of 53 (Originally posted on: 01-31-07 11:01:32 PM)
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So basically the entire city was shut down, since no one apparently fucking watches Aqua Teen Hunger Force.


They probably will now.

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"It would be hard to dream up a more appalling publicity stunt."


Nope, it seems to have worked pretty good to me..
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Reply 3 of 53 (Originally posted on: 01-31-07 11:07:07 PM)
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So basically the entire city was shut down, since no one apparently fucking watches Aqua Teen Hunger Force.

I cant blame them, that show sucks.
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Reply 4 of 53 (Originally posted on: 01-31-07 11:18:54 PM)
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So the city officials of Boston are dumb retards because they don't watch late-night cartoons?

Thats a new one.
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Reply 5 of 53 (Originally posted on: 01-31-07 11:21:11 PM)
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Is that what that was, and to think I cancelled my weekend trip to Boston over a cartoon.
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Reply 6 of 53 (Originally posted on: 01-31-07 11:45:02 PM)
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Since terrorists exclusively use Lite-BriteTM to wreak havok, I think the fear is warrented.

On the plus side, the movie will probably be a huge box-office success if it wasn't going to be already.
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Reply 7 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 12:03:48 AM)
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Yea, I planned on taking the T into the city today, good thing I decided against that. I'm personally astonished that not a single person in the entire group of people dealing with this "crisis" was familiar with the show.
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Reply 8 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 12:15:33 AM)
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And they're gonna try to prosecute them peoples that acted all whacky and scared 'em with their flashin' lights and arcane symbology seemingly saying fuck you to all that is great and decent about this god-fearing nation of patriotic automato--- err citizens...in our imaginations they were threatening to blow sweet liberty sky high and must be punished!

This story is hilarious and stupidly sick, christ imagine this kind of reaction to the rumor of a bomb threat in Iraq...if only...

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Reply 9 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 08:00:17 AM)
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Thats it time to take aqua teen off the air! Im waiting to see who puts what spin on this story and tries to make a connection between aqua teen and osama
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Reply 10 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 08:11:41 AM)
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I'm just waiting for the episode that is sure to spawn from this story.
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Reply 11 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 11:24:51 AM)
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God knows that if I'm going to plant a nuclear bomb in downtown Boston, I'm going to put a big flshing sign on it so that people know how to disable it.
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Reply 12 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 11:52:42 AM)
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Well, they certainly have gotten their money's worth out of this ad campaign, haven't they.

What a bargin. You can't buy this kind of exposure.


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So the city officials of Boston are dumb retards because they don't watch late-night cartoons?

Thats a new one.
No. The first responders (that should have been rolling around in laughter when they got there) and the hundreds of people that called in to report the ads are the highest-degree retards, I suppose.

The city officials of Boston are dumb, but for many different reasons, not all pertaining to this incident. However, I'd say shutting down the entire city after finding a few Lite-BriteTM boards with a cartoon character on them is pretty fucking stupid.

Also, proceeding to arrest the local artists that made them: Dumb, and unnecessary. The joke is obviously on the officials.
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Reply 13 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 02:45:35 PM)
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No. The first responders (that should have been rolling around in laughter when they got there) and the hundreds of people that called in to report the ads are the highest-degree retards, I suppose.

...because they don't watch late night cartoons.
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Reply 14 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 03:14:32 PM)
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I'm willing to bet that the charges are dropped. I think that Cartoon Network, and whoever they're owned by (Turner Broadcasting) will be paying for some pretty good lawyers.

I think this proves that people need to chill the fuck out. Am I the only person who is starting to think that "in a post-9/11 world" excuses are starting to get incredibly stupid?

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No. The first responders (that should have been rolling around in laughter when they got there) and the hundreds of people that called in to report the ads are the highest-degree retards, I suppose.

...because they don't watch late night cartoons.


No, because they think a light bright is a WMD.
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No. The first responders (that should have been rolling around in laughter when they got there) and the hundreds of people that called in to report the ads are the highest-degree retards, I suppose.

...because they don't watch late night cartoons.
...because they go to bed early every night, except for when Grey's Anatomy is on.

So yes, spot on.
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Reply 16 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 03:47:44 PM)
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I'm not saying I think the world should have stopped for this or that the people who did it should be punished.

But that picture, to someone who has no idea what it is, does look a bit threatning. Worth asking more questions about (aka reporting it) why its there and what it is.

Honestly, I didn't really read the article, I don't care to. Just kinda sounds like you're saying that people should just know about an obscure character from a semi-obscure late-night cartoon thats on cable television.
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Reply 17 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 04:31:30 PM)
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If you think that is a bomb, then you've watched too much TV, like roadrunner cartoons
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Reply 18 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 04:47:13 PM)
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I think it was the terrorists doing a test run to see how well lite-brites hide bombs.
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Reply 19 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 04:53:42 PM)
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So where did they get the idea that they might be bombs from again?

At times like this I kinda miss doing advertising. Well, not really. I fucking hated it. Still do.
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Reply 20 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 05:27:13 PM)
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Reply 21 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 05:58:00 PM)
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However, I also blame the post-9/11 government that has terrorized our citizens into believing that anything that's unfamiliar is going to kill them.


So human beings through-out history have never thought anything unfamiliar would ever hurt them before Good Ol' Uncle Sam told them that it would?

I like your logic, Dante, that America is where everything started; from iPods to senseless, mass paranoia, we have done it all.:up:
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However, I also blame the post-9/11 government that has terrorized our citizens into believing that anything that's unfamiliar is going to kill them.


So human beings through-out history have never thought anything unfamiliar would ever hurt them before Good Ol' Uncle Sam told them that it would?

I like your logic, Dante, that America is where everything started; from iPods to senseless, mass paranoia, we have done it all.:up:
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Reply 23 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 06:17:17 PM)
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What the hell are you talking about, Vissy.


Lemme digest it for you.

Your claim was that people are acting paranoid and afraid of unfamiliar things because the "post 9/11 government" is engineering them to act that way.

I, with the use of sarcasm, am claiming otherwise.

My reason for this is that through the tens of thousands of years of recorded and unrecorded history, humans have always reacted very hostilely to unfamiliar things, be them people, philosophies, or religions. This incident is not a side-affect of the U.S's government always hyping every little threat from 3rd-world terrorist groups, but is the natural manifestation of humanity's natural fear and distrust of what is not commonly known or accepted.

Bostonians were afraid of these signs in the same way that Medieval Christians were afraid of Muslims; they saw, they misunderstood, and they cried a call-to-arms to defend themselves from it. Not because the Dukes of Hazzard County in the White House have been nefariously conditioning them to be. Its a product of human evolution, the one passed down to us by the humans that did survive because unlike the others, they were afraid of the unknown and opted, because of that, to not touch the snake on the head.
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Reply 24 of 53 (Originally posted on: 02-01-07 07:24:54 PM)
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Medieval Christians were afraid of Muslims; they saw, they misunderstood, and they cried a call-to-arms to defend themselves from it

Actually, most Christians of that period were not afraid of Muslims, especially among those who conducted trade with them by the Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea. While this isn't the topic for it, confounding factors lie behind the 'call-to-arms' or 'defence' which you have alluded, that go beyond your example's conclusive comparison with this Boston scare.

Needless to say, it doesn't appear - from my own interpretation - that Dante is suggesting that America engineered terror to unfamiliarity, only that he deems there is a correlation between an increase in suspicion towards unfamiliar objects since or due to the US government's response to 9/11.
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