File under: "You’ve got to be kidding!"


Today I upgraded the brain on my i-mate K-JAM. Which, of course, requires a hard reset, meaning that I get to spend a relaxing day re-installing and configuring all my applications. Usually when I do this (too frequently, it seems) I browse around for new and improved software.


While perusing www.pocketgear.com for updated travel-related software, I stumbled across something that's incredibly funny and woefully tragic at the same time. You gotta check this out, if only for comic relief!



2004 Terrorism Survival Bundle 3.0
Don't be caught unprepared in the case of another terrorism attack. The 2004 Terrorism Survival Bundle includes:




    • Terrorism travel planner - international

    • Terrorism travel planner - USA

    • Terrorism survival plan database

    • Terrorism survival response database

I especially enjoyed the list of less common international threats: children, driving, food, kidnappings, landmines, missiles, piracy, soft targets, and vehicle explosions! How are children threatening?

Comments (3)
  1. oliver_carr says:

    <quote>How are children threatening?</quote>

    Once you have kids, you’ll know. 😉



    Oliver

  2. Alun Jones says:

    Children have been known to be a threat to most people for several years.

    Practically every plastic bag you buy comes labeled with a helpful warning to "Keep away from babies and small children."

    For a while after I first read that, I wondered if the grocery stores had misidentified me as a paedophile, but then I realised that they were helpfully warning me about the danger that children could pose.

  3. Steve Lamb says:

    I’ve come across food that SHOULD with a warning pertaining to the dangers lurking within! Some UK Conference "food" comes to mind

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