Suspicious Package Puts Entire Ci-Tay On Alert

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Police blocked off a street Tuesday morning in Charlotte, North Carolina, while authorities investigated a report of a suspicious package that ended up being a cassette tape of the band Journey.

Investigators told WSOC that the suspicious package was noticed at the Duke Energy building in the city. Police said employees found a small manila envelope with suspicious handwriting on it.

“Due to all the recent national events out of an abundance of caution their mail room alerted our central division offices who responded to the scene,” a spokesman for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said. “They out of an abundance of caution notified our bomb squad who came and did a diagnostic on the package and it ended up being a cassette tape.”

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12 Comments on Suspicious Package Puts Entire Ci-Tay On Alert

  1. “They out of an abundance of caution notified our bomb squad…”

    President Trump, please issue an EO banning the use of that phrase by government turd-responders. I know you’re really busy, but please put it on the list.

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  2. I think it is a clue about what is to come. It was placed in front of Duke Energy and the cassette tape contains the song, “when the lights go down in the ci-tay”

    I’m thinking somebody is taking down the power. Just saying.

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  3. I was at my nephew’s one time and he had an LP on the turntable (that’s a Long Playing record).

    He had two “buds” there just staring at it going round and round.

    One of em finally said: “What the fuck IS that?” grinning like a shit-eating dog – serious as a heart attack.

    izlamo delenda est …

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