It is hardly ever the small-town baker who goes to church, pays his taxes and plays on the Rotary softball team that inspires people to shove their neighbors toward large pits behind the barrel of a gun. Where humanistic, self-aggrandizement is the norm, the small-town baker is made to kneel before the pit. TL Davis
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Boston Marathon Analysis
When I saw the smoke I knew it wasn't C4. Of course, I didn't know any more than that.
Theo Spark has an interesting post on the subject.
And then there's the completely coincidental presence of bomb-sniffing dogs at the finish line before the first blast.