“Now Where Did I Leave That Bio-Weapon…”

It really is amazing when you keep hearing stories like this:

NEWARK, N.J. – In the past year, two New Jersey laboratories have been unable to account for plague-infested mice and vials of deadly anthrax spores, and top state officials are scrambling to devise better ways to safeguard deadly material.
In both cases, authorities say they think the items in question weren’t actually lost, but were simply unaccounted for due to clerical errors.

“Clerical errors.” They think.
All this money being spent, and they can’t keep track of anthrax and plague samples?

10 Responses to ““Now Where Did I Leave That Bio-Weapon…””

  1. John says:

    From the smell as I cross the GWB, I’d have to say that I suspect that even if it got out, the atmosphere in Jersey would kill off the plague in short order. 😉

  2. Mr. Bingley says:

    Oh heck yeah. As a native Joisian I have no fear of a chemical attack.

  3. Dan Collins says:

    Well, they’re just samples.

  4. John says:

    merely a flesh-eating wound…

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    Based on what I’ve been able to grow in my fridge I could make weapons-grade quantities in no time, dan.

  6. Dan Collins says:

    Then all you have to do is get the fridge on casters, and you’ll have your own mobile weapons lab.

  7. Mr. Bingley says:

    An Inter Continental Ballistic Missle Frigidaire?

  8. Dan Collins says:

    Is that thing MIRVed?

  9. Mr. Bingley says:

    Well, it does contain a variety of deadly payloads…

  10. Crusader says:

    Yeah, but how many MACatons is it?

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