Thursday, April 13, 2006

Phony Ninja Caught, Tagged, And Released Back To Wild

A college student who had just attended a social mixer at the University of Georgia was tackled and detained by ATF agents who were on campus for an unrelated training event. According to the agents, the student (who was dressed as a ninja) "was acting in a somewhat suspicious manner, peeping around the corner then breaking into a run." It is completely understandable that the ATF agents were compelled to restrain this individual until the story got straitened out ... but really, since when do college students do anything that makes sense? And besides, if this person were a real ninja, ordinary attempts to subdue him would have been completely futile. Everyone knows that real ninjas can dodge bullets, scale buildings in seconds with their bare hands, and kick anyone's rear end anytime, any place, in any number ... just like in the cheesy kung-fu movies.


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