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Cary Kollins

Explosions at finish line of Boston Marathon

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he said he did get hit, but by just a small piece in the leg.

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http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/meast/10/12/mideast.jihadi.magazine/index.html

Internet instructions for all kinds of mayhem

http://freebeacon.com/al-qaeda-link-probed/

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Back to the human element. That old guy that fell when the first bomb went off is 78. A 78 year old ran 26.2 miles in a little over 4 hrs.

He was on GMA this morning... dude is in shape. I mean obviously if he ran a marathon, but he is built for a man in general, much less a 78 y.o.

That guy is a bad ass. He's run 45 (I think) marathons and this was his third time running Boston. At 78. Wow.

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That guy is a bad ass. He's run 45 (I think) marathons and this was his third time running Boston. At 78. Wow.

Damn.

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That guy is a bad ass. He's run 45 (I think) marathons and this was his third time running Boston. At 78. Wow.

Damn....just when I thought I could not feel any worse about how out of shape I am, along comes a 78 yo man running a 4 hr marathon.

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Breaking now, sources say there is a possible suspect. The FBI is scheduled to have a press conference at 5pm.

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^From the same article, this sickening statement:

Dr. Ron Walls also said one patient had more than 12 carpenter-type nails.

"There is no question some of these objects were implanted in the device for the purpose of being exploded forward," he said.

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Authorities are giving 4Chan no credit for any of this.

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