The cannonball. Photo by Capt. John Greland, C-6. State Police report that, after consultation with the Navy, their bomb squad blew it up, shortly before noon. The thing could date back to the Civil War, but State Police say they didn't want to take any chances: Some cannonballs are filled with powder. If so, still could be an explosive capability. Bomb-squad members buried the cannonball under a sand berm before detonating it (Photo by State Police):
@GoogieBaba @WelcomeToDot @bostonfdn they help facilitate to increase their funding being blind to the true consequences
@StudentsFirst @teachplus @UnitedOptOut @BadassTeachersA FUCK YOU YOU CORRUPT WEASELS SUCKING THE TEET OF PUBLIC GREED
Does anyone know anything about the car that flipped on L street this morning? Was driver OK? #southie
@PaulRieckhoff @iava: This is a great memorial. I wish it were later in the day so I could make it.
RT @IraqiSecurity: #Iraq; After heavy clashes in western #Tikrit over the last 24hrs, Iraqi flags are flying above governmental buildings i…