This should really be in a "Off Topic" thread, but we don't have one of those yet <hint hint, Steve>:tongue:. This article is about the promotional images that were found around Boston regarding the TV show "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" So the imagery is of characters from the show giving drivers the finger. Apparently this was part of a promotional gimmick. I'm having trouble understanding how someone looked at one of these LED signs, of an obviously cartoon-ish person flipping them off, and felt that this could be terrorism. Ok, I read the rest of the article, and because there was a circuit board, and wires on it...therefore it must be a bomb. I wonder how these people would react if they knew that there was circuitry, and wires in their work telephones, copy machines, coffee makers, and such. What if one day the casing was broke, and the wiring exposed. I'm sure I can say with much certainty that we have become a very paranoid people these days. I won't say it's not without good reason, but come on. Do people really think that a terrorist is going to put a bomb in something that draws your attention to it? Not likely.