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Hello Kitty theme park in Tokyo closed over 'terrorist' security alert


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I think it is missing a "by" :

Hello Kitty, created by Sanrio Co and celebrating its 50th anniversary this year

Moderator: Thank you. It has been corrected.

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Too many nutjobs about causing trouble for decent folk.

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Isn't that usually called a 'bomb threat'? How sad. I hope it's not a trend. It's such a cool campy place. Really fun to go to when our kids were young.

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They need armed contractors with machine guns at entrances and exits. Kenyan style. It's the only way forward.

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Flying to the moon, but here no IP tracing, automatic checking of mobile phone companies' antenna or cell data, no key loggers at more anonymous places like internet cafes? I mean, considering already available technology, usually one can trace down nowadays such a terrorist within a few seconds or minutes, maybe even before he even pushes the send button for such threat e-mails. I really sometimes wonder what they all are doing in their highly paid office chairs. Searching instead a whole theme park is btw. impossible in a real situation. Better quickly taking the guy out of his anoymity and letting him show police where the threat is hidden. That all can happen silently, often even before regular opening time. Ok, so far theoretically. lol

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Another joke from a pathetic loser..

Take that clown to jail..

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