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  1. That’s tragically funny. I wonder how long until they arrest people for using a laptop, pda, or even your super duper cell phone because they could remotely trigger a bomb.

  2. That’s tragically funny. I wonder how long until they arrest people for using a laptop, pda, or even your super duper cell phone because they could remotely trigger a bomb.

  3. You can be arrested for using a cell phone on a court room, or for listening to your mp3 plyer during takeoff.

    The Lego thing is quite something, but there are just certain things, no matter how mundane otherwise, that you shouldn’t do in some situations.

    In any case, if his friend had been a 13 years old, I doubt the cop had freaked out, but perhaps seeing a grown up “playing” with some electronic devices “in disguise” (those red bricks must be to make it look like a toy – he probably thought) got the cop thinking. Also, we do not know how this guy looked like, or if he even acted somehow suspicious at any moment. The cop wasn’t very smart but can you blame him without knowing how everything played out?

  4. You can be arrested for using a cell phone on a court room, or for listening to your mp3 plyer during takeoff.

    The Lego thing is quite something, but there are just certain things, no matter how mundane otherwise, that you shouldn’t do in some situations.

    In any case, if his friend had been a 13 years old, I doubt the cop had freaked out, but perhaps seeing a grown up “playing” with some electronic devices “in disguise” (those red bricks must be to make it look like a toy – he probably thought) got the cop thinking. Also, we do not know how this guy looked like, or if he even acted somehow suspicious at any moment. The cop wasn’t very smart but can you blame him without knowing how everything played out?