|This is a chemical warfare plant. No, really.
And Lenin's Tomb is a communist plot. (Take that, Wilder!)
Apparently, in Common Core math, "bio lab" is the same thing as "bio warfare lab".
IRL, not so much.
Hot tip, kids: Just because you found supplies that can be purchased at Hobby Lobby in the science fair aisle, you have not uncovered a WMD development facility.
FTR, there are bio labs in every hospital in this country. Also in every college and university, nearly every high school, and even in most middle schools, FFS. There are 67 bio labs in the county I'm sitting in. Most of them do ordinary lab tests; none of them, AFAIK, are working on making chemical or biological weapons. Don't be a total fucktard and not get that.
And just because someone has a castor bean bush in their back yard, it doesn't mean they're making ricin.
Under this recockulous Theory Of Things, the local hardware store anywhere is a bomb-making factory.
Don't take my word for it: it's been US Army doctrine and common knowledge in the public domain since 1969.
So under the Underpants Gnome Theory of legitimate military targets, the Russians would be justified invading the US to rid us of Home Depot and Ace Hardware stores.
If people are going to keep doing this kind of thing, they should either swallow a periscope, or pull their heads out of their asses.
I can make blog topics from smart comments, or stupid ones. Which one you get depends on which kinds of answers are more entertaining for you, Gentle Readers.