Infowars has obtained a document from the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness that lists banal bodily activities such as yawning, staring and goose pumps as “suspicious activity” indicative of terrorism.
And FGS, don’t let your eyes bug out like Capt. Steve Young does when he fibs…the CAT sheets say eye popping is a potential indicator of terrorism.
An FBI advisory aimed at Internet Cafe owners instructs businesses to report people who regularly use cash to pay for their coffee as potential terrorists.
That’s right folks, cash. Otherwise there’s no credit card to track who you are.
And AOL & Comcast users BEWARE! The FBI sez that’s suspicious. Even if your home computer isn’t working and you can’t afford to fix it or buy a new one, DO NOT use your AOL or Comcast account at an internet cafe.
The FBI doesn’t want you to encrypt your porn images or use https://encrypted.google.com/, hidemyass.com or anything like it.
Make sure you’re open and willing to share your private online business with everyone around you or you will be turned in.
The kids who work at one place near me could care less what people are doing online and they certainly don’t walk around snooping at what you’re doing online. They want you to pay in cash so you can put your change in the TIP JAR. Also, the businesses don’t want small credit card purchases because of the processing fees they have to pay.
I’m going to print that CAT paper and take it to a few places to see if they’ve seen one before.
Here are a few more CAT papers. (btw, cat papers go under the litter box)
I buy hydrogen peroxide for my waterpik and soaking my toothbrush.
I buy acetone based nail polish remover.
I didn’t know pipes had nipples.
*A combination of unusual items (e.g., sponges, candles,
matches, bolt cutters).
Well, I bought 2 packs of Mr. Clean Magic Sponges at Home Depot last week. They were only 1.88 a pack. They wouldn’t let me use my .50 off coupons…any other store would have. I should call the Joint Regional Intelligence Center to report Home Depot as consumer budget terrorists.
I can buy all sorts of different items at the old fashioned hardware store. They don’t give a shit. They sell everything under the sun there and they WANT you to buy stuff, they don’t want to rat on you just because Janet Napolitano is a nut job and have you never come back.
^Demonstrating interest that does not seem genuine Hmmm like being unsure about starting an expensive hobby? wow
^Inquiring about learning to fly expensive giant-scale aircraft without first learning to fly small-scale aircraft. Like the kids who sent a burrito by hobby rocket into space?
^Large quantity of paintball equipment and supplies with very little information about local paintball activities. The Spanish Inquisition performed by your hobby shop saleman: You must tell me what you know about local paintball activities. Where is the closest paintball park? What is it called? What days and times are they open? What do they charge? Name three people who work there. What is the local online paintball community web address?