kennydra - 2009-01-24 I'm pretty sure this was already here, but with way more accurate title and description?
robotkarateman - 2009-01-24 This is a stripped down version of this: poetv.com/video.php?vid=44491
Comeuppance - 2009-01-24 Aren't these the FEMA disaster relief caskets that are stored in unsecured fields in coastal states?
heyitslozeau - 2009-01-24 wouldnt a few mass graves make way more sense if they wanted to kill and dispose of that many people?
Cleaner82 - 2009-01-25 In The Stand when the graves started filling up they'd load piles of corpses on barges and dump them into the ocean. I remember thinking that was a good idea.
Ursa_minor - 2009-01-25 It's cool, I have an autoshottie and hecka health packs.
KnowFuture - 2009-01-25 Don't worry, they're only for people who voted for McCain.
Xenocide - 2009-01-25 wake up people. This will all come to pass before Bush leaves office.
jangbones - 2009-01-25 more coherent and attached to reality than most Fox programming
Hooper_X - 2009-01-26 I know exactly where this is - there are 50,000 plastic burial vaults along I-20 east of Atlanta.
The guy who owns the land got a shit-ton of calls from conspiracy nuts wanting to know how much FEMA was paying him to help ZOG/the NWO/illuminati/whatever. Yeah, no. They're burial vaults. You put them in the ground before you put the actual casket down. It keeps the ground level and prevents the casket from collapsing from age/the weight of six feet of dirt/etc.
(of course, this is all a very pat excuse, isn't it. THE REAL TRUTH IS FAR MORE SINISTER THAN "yeah, we made a bunch 'cause we had the money, and now we're sitting on them and selling them as needed. not like they're going to rust or anything.")