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Terrorcon

By shanefos 19 September 2008 9

The ABC is reporting that Canberra’s national science and technology centre, Questacon, has been locked down after a suspicious package was found this morning.

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wishuwell 10:04 am 22 Sep 08

But miss the police blew up my homework.

bd84 10:37 pm 19 Sep 08

hysteria gone mad

Its not that bad a place to be stuck.

rosie_bubz 4:31 pm 19 Sep 08

didnt the same thing happen a couple years ago to questacon..??
maybe its a publicity stunt. Na, it is better to be safe than sorry

peterh 4:16 pm 19 Sep 08

a friend of mine always wondered why the questacon would be a target…. maybe mini-q is training a new crack commando toddler outfit?

Whatsup 3:36 pm 19 Sep 08

I reckon if I was to be locked up with 600 kids Questacon would be the place to do it.

tylersmayhem 3:20 pm 19 Sep 08

I remember chuckling at some of the anti-terror posters around London while there. One particular poster stated “if you notice ANYTHING suspicious, make sure you report it to the authorities” and next to the statement there was a colour photo of a full garbage bag outside the front of a house.

You can imagine the nerves of the general public on rubbish collection days?! 😛

Zapruda 2:45 pm 19 Sep 08

Human beings have become so paranoid, Its just a package!!

How is a package supicious? is it not in its stereoypical brown
box? could it have fallen off the trolley of the courier?

Its Questacon not the Pentagon people

Primal 1:21 pm 19 Sep 08

600 kids? Oh boy… I’ll bet there’s a few teachers wishing they’d brought their hip flasks by now.

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