Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Threat: Low
Apparently deciding that Denny's salad bar is probably not such a tempting target for al-Qaeda after all, the Department of Homeland Hilarity yanked Louisville from its list of cities receiving federal anti-terror bling. Last year, New York and other cities went dotty when Louisville snagged a 70% increase at the expense of other, more jihad-worthy metropolises. The mayor's office pledged the cut would not stop MetroSafe, the $70 million emergency communications system, not adding, "Plus, we feel confident we can protect the bridge we can't paint and the subways we don't have."