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    Killer Spam or Stuxnet?

    Killer Spam or Stuxnet?

    Via The Telegraph:

    A “Black Widow” suicide bomber planned a terrorist attack in central Moscow on New Year’s Eve but was killed when an unexpected text message set off her bomb too early, according to Russian security sources.

    The unnamed woman, who is thought to be part of the same group that struck Moscow’s Domodedovo airport on Monday, intended to detonate a suicide belt on a busy square near Red Square on New Year’s Eve in an attack that could have killed hundreds.

    Security sources believe a spam message from her mobile phone operator wishing her a happy new year received just hours before the planned attack triggered her suicide belt, killing her but nobody else.

    She was at her Moscow safe house at the time getting ready with two accomplices, both of whom survived and were seen fleeing the scene.

    Personally, I think it was Stuxnet.

    (h/t Brian at The Hope For America)
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    I just might re-evaluate my hatred for all things spammy. Silver linings, and all that…

    "Personally, I think it was Stuxnet."

    Let's hope.

    That story strikes me as a glaring revelation that these people aren't as "intelligent" as they are made out to be by the MSM. Triggering an explosion with a cell phone text message, knowing that SPAM texts could set it off – not too bright. But then again, these are people who are willing to kill themselves, while targeting several others, to get into heaven – and they don't see what is flawed in that logic. I would say that SPAM is a great idea – more SPAM!!

    "Spamity-spam, oh wonderful Spam! (spam spam spam spam)"

    You knew this was coming, right?!


    yeah, we used that clip over at patterico.


    we have come up with new words for schadenfruede over at patterico, in the comments.

    Professor, the link to the original story is bad. It looks like you pasted in the text, instead.

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