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  • Nice couple of teachers and they had to live next to scumbag losers. They probably blew up their own house for the insurance money.
  • Indianapolis Department of Homeland Security Chief Gary Coons puts in request for more funds.
  • Have they found the owner and/or occupants of the house that exploded? Seems like they would be the prime suspects...
  • So it wasn't a sudden matter/anti-matter collapse like we originally thought, then?
  • A white van with people in it... could that be any more vague?
  • Probably the work of a mad scientist
  • chaosweaver: A white van with people in it... could that be any more vague?


    'an occupied vehicle'
  • chaosweaver: A white van with people in it... could that be any more vague?


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  • Damn, Really? thats quite surprising. Hell, i HARD it from all the way at Washington street and German Church, and thats 15 miles away.

    With that begin said, the way people are wanting to burn the mother, seriously, what proof do you have? Because they weren't inside?
  • AverageAmericanGuy: chaosweaver: A white van with people in it... could that be any more vague?

    'an occupied vehicle'


    There may or may not have been a vehicle in the area, and there might have possibly been people in it. Either people, or large spidermonkeys.
  • chaosweaver: A white van with people in it... could that be any more vague?


    "The suspect is wearing a hat. I repeat, a hat."
  • Are you SURE it was a white van?

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  • kxs401: chaosweaver: A white van with people in it... could that be any more vague?

    "The suspect is wearing a hat. I repeat, a hat."


    "The suspect is hatless. Repeat, hatless."

    Screwed that quote up.
  • At least it wasn't a file cabinet for widows and young professionals.
  • kxs401: kxs401: chaosweaver: A white van with people in it... could that be any more vague?

    "The suspect is wearing a hat. I repeat, a hat."

    "The suspect is hatless. Repeat, hatless."

    Screwed that quote up.


    For shame...

    ...for shame...
  • Tumbleweed Garden: Have they found the owner and/or occupants of the house that exploded? Seems like they would be the prime suspects...


    Yea. They weren't at home at the time, because their furnace wasn't working. They stayed in a hotel that week.

    So, sounds like that The white van could say, belong to a furnace repair company? Maybe they skipped the appointment when the family wasn't home? (more likely)
  • simrobert2001: Damn, Really? thats quite surprising. Hell, i HARD it from all the way at Washington street and German Church, and thats 15 miles away.

    With that begin said, the way people are wanting to burn the mother, seriously, what proof do you have? Because they weren't inside?


    The suspicious part seems to be the way that nobody was there in the house. They even boarded the cat. (as I recall, it was for something like a one night trip away, and they boarded the cat)

    Not exactly damning, but there you have it.
  • simrobert2001: Tumbleweed Garden: Have they found the owner and/or occupants of the house that exploded? Seems like they would be the prime suspects...

    Yea. They weren't at home at the time, because their furnace wasn't working. They stayed in a hotel that week.

    So, sounds like that The white van could say, belong to a furnace repair company? Maybe they skipped the appointment when the family wasn't home? (more likely)


    Naw, man... the van was totally acting suspicious. It had these shifty, beady headlights. And a scar over it's left blinker.
  • here we are now going to the south side
    i pick up my friends and we hope we won't die
    ride at night, ride through heaven and hell
    come back and feel so well
  • So... they're investigating the possibility that it's a homicide. Like all police offers should.
  • I knew it was fishy. Accidental gas leak explosions just do not explode with that kind of ferocity.

    The owner has been making vague statements about the furnace, but there are lots of problems with that.

    Furnaces come with several simple, redundant basic safety devices that keep the gas valves shut if there is any sign of problem. But, if they do get stuck open, the gas will generally flow out of the exhaust pipe that vents outdoors.

    The smell of gas is very obvious in small amounts. Which leads to the next issue - how did nobody in the neighborhood smell the gas, especially the quantity being vented into the house?

    My guess - not the furnace. They sealed the place up tight so no gas would escape and then opened a large gas fitting (dryer etc) to fill it up.
  • The Green Intern: simrobert2001: Damn, Really? thats quite surprising. Hell, i HARD it from all the way at Washington street and German Church, and thats 15 miles away.

    With that begin said, the way people are wanting to burn the mother, seriously, what proof do you have? Because they weren't inside?

    The suspicious part seems to be the way that nobody was there in the house. They even boarded the cat. (as I recall, it was for something like a one night trip away, and they boarded the cat)

    Not exactly damning, but there you have it.


    ah. And dang it, i meant "HEARD"

    I tried to find out what it was. I just didnt' have the common sense to turn to say, a local news station, or radio reference.

    Channel 13 was there before the police where, even.
  • simrobert2001: Yea. They weren't at home at the time, because their furnace wasn't working. They stayed in a hotel that week.

    So, sounds like that The white van could say, belong to a furnace repair company? Maybe they skipped the appointment when the family wasn't home? (more likely)


    Maybe the furnace wasn't working because the gas was leaking out before it got to it?
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