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Old 10-09-2005, 11:12 PM   #1
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i heard that terrorists use ball bearings for their bombs. do you think they use ceramic or the regular bearings? maybe they have a sponsorship from boca or dynamite.

sorry to poke fun on such a serious topic
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Why make a thread out of it if you're sorry to make fun of it? I don't think you'll be making that sort of remark when one of your family or even you gets hit by one of those. It be kinda ironic though if they were sponsored by dynamite
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