Comment of the Day: Get your T-game on?
A "terrorist" in action in Minneapolis.
The unintentionally hilarious video released by the Minneapolis Police Department earlier this week is meant to help Minneapolitans prevent terrorism.
But there's another way to take it. With its demonstrations and helpful breakdown of terrorist best practices into eight categories, some thought the clip might do more to promote terrorism than prevent it.
@atrupar Is it just me or does this video seem more like a "How to be a Terrorist" rather than how to prevent terrorism?!
— Marial E Weidner (@MarialEliz) July 9, 2014
Mariel's sentiment was echoed by Alan Blakely, who took things up a notch by introducing us to the term "T game":
As they video tells us, if you see Alan out and about doing anything shady, call 311 immediately!
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