Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Anti-Personnel Cat Mine Claims Victim

Notes From a Burning House has obtained harrowing photographs of an attack by an anti-personnel cat mine recently discovered in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Viewer advisory: these photographs include images that may be disturbing. For the education of the public, we are showing these pictures to demonstrate what happens when one disturbs an anti-personnel cat mine, by stepping on it or near it, or attempting to move it...





So, to repeat our warning: please exercise extreme caution whenever you encounter stray handbags, boxes, or other trash that might conceal an anti-personnel cat mine. It is a jungle out there, so take good care of yourselves.

4 comments:

Hal Johnson said...

The horror. The horror.

boergoatlady said...

Yikes! Live ammunition!

Around here the weapons are of a more odious (or is that odorous?!) variety. Dog and donkey bombs, goat grenades...and the dreaded atomic cow bomb!

Watch your step!!

Trinity said...

... and the night attacks... wont you talk about it??
"It is a jungle out there" it's so real!! Keep your eyes open!! :-)
A presto!

Ji Hyang said...

looks like Amigo Avenue in Reseda