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The Doclopedia #694

What’s In A Name?: The Artomic Bomb

This bomb was placed in front of the New York Stock Exchange on June 1, 2015. It was the size of an SUV, looked very complex and was counting down to detonation in less than 2 hours. Everybody panicked and there was chaos as people tried to get out of range of the blast.

If people had A: Read the label right, or, B: Not thought it was a misspelling, lives would have been saved, panic avoided, a worldwide financial disaster averted and everybody would have had a good laugh when the bomb did explode, covering the Financial District with splots of paint from 175,000 paintballs in 64 colors.


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