Re: Boston marathon explosions
Man. This hits really close to home. I went to MIT in the late 70s and early 80s, and lived on Paul Street in Watertown just a couple of blocks from where all that went down. Haven't been back to the neighborhood in a while, but I can imagine that it hasn't changed all that much. It was absolutely surreal seeing it on the television, awash in SWAT team members.
That is some seriously screwed up stuff. I hope they are able to arrest this individual very shortly, without any further bloodshed.
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