Talk:DOHS Anti-Terrorism Regulations

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opinions are encouraged. --SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 12:53, 16 August 2007 (UTC)

I think I'll help out too, since I have nothing better to do right now. Then again, it's 6:23 in the morning, so oh well. By the way, where did you get these pictures? Is there anymore that might could be used? User:Narf, the Wonder Puppy 6:24, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

i got them off an actual DOHS website years ago, i've had them on my computer since, i just never found the proper outlet to make fun of them until now. --SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 14:43, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

Added the terror chart explanation, tweaked some stuff to make it fit, put it back up for Pee Review. --SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 14:29, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

Okay, dude, this has become my favorite article on this site. The thing that really got me laughing for hours was the whole "Trix, the Rabbit", thing. I think we should keep the definitions of the levels as "The Straight Man", I think it'd be much better that way, anyways. Well done! --User:Narf, the Wonder Puppy

More Safety Tips for a Special Someone (In the event of an...)[edit]

Suicide Terrorist[edit]

  • When somebody removes their jacket and reveals the bomb, ask him if he's a Terrorist first instead of immediately running away, for that would be terribly rude.
  • If you come into contact with anyone on the F.B.I's Most Wanted List, make sure they're prosecuted, no matter how much they tease you for being a tattletale.
  • If there's no explosion, then assist the Suicide Terrorist, for they'd undoubtedly be horribly humiliated.

Bomb Car[edit]

  • Never attempt to hot-wire a Bomb Car.
  • Do not drive a Bomb Car if your planning to pass your driving exam.
  • In the event that you are attacked by an Bomb Car, you might want to go through a Car Wash.

Any Other Vehicles, Bombs, or Forms of Terrorism[edit]

  • If your an little kid on a hi-jacked airplane, perhaps the plane will crash through your daddies office so you could just jump out and see him! That would be cool!

What do you reckon? Not done yet, obviously, but do you think it's worthy enough to go on the article? --User:Narf, the Wonder Puppy 4:52, 18 August 2007 (UTC)

i took it out for the time being because it's up for Pee Review, but if we can finish it up and polish it off here on the discussion page i think it would fit pretty good. i've changed some of your edits, but several have greatly improved the article, so keep the ideas comin'. --SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 13:14, 20 August 2007 (UTC)

Question About the Visual Aid Images[edit]

Could you give a link for where you got them? I only ask because I've seen images very similar to these before (with jokes similar to these) in a different comedy article, (I think nationalampoon or maybe college humor) and want to know you didn't just rip off some other article. Understand I'm not accusing you of anything, I just want to give you the opportunity to prove yourself legit first. In fact, come to think of it, I don't think it was THESE images, but I have seen something similar, so nevermind I guess. If you could prove it was from DOHS's website, I might sleep better tonight.mrthejazz I don't know if this image is the right size, but I'm trying. (please talk to me i'm lonely.) 00:45, 19 September 2007 (UTC)

I Object[edit]

This article is clearly ripped from this website. Only there is one major difference: the Uncyclopedia version is much much less funny. I believe that whoever wrote it actually killed the massive amount of humor that was in the original and I am still scratching my head about how it got featured. Rip-off images can't get featured. Perhaps that same rule should apply to articles. --Sir Tripod2282 Icons-flag-us.png cun vfp talk Active ~14:58, 19 September 2007 (UTC)

The pictures (the only thing on that website) come from Ready America (e.g. here). See also this and this. Then, the captions are not the same as on that website (nor the same as on the other two). So "clearly ripped" is clearly wrong. And the article is funny, by the way. Muntyan 19:59, 19 September 2007 (UTC)
Okay, I guess images like these with funny little captions have been around for a while. I think a lot of people did this idea around the same time, a few years ago. I guess It's not technically plagiarism if its from a bunch of different sources, so you can't say they were ripped. But you can say this article uses old jokes. No offense to the author, because it IS funny, it's just not necessarily all that new. Like I said, I'm almost sure I saw something like this on nationalampoon or collegehumor. mrthejazz I don't know if this image is the right size, but I'm trying. (please talk to me i'm lonely.) 16:49, 20 September 2007 (UTC)
I didn't say "old jokes". I said "much less funny than the original and not really front page material." --Sir Tripod2282 Icons-flag-us.png cun vfp talk Active ~19:05, 20 September 2007 (UTC)
it is true that the images (like the images in pretty much all uncyc articles) are shamelessly stolen from a legitimate website (this one). if other people have done this in the past this doesn't suprise me, the images are pretty ridiculous by themselves and are just asking for wise-ass captions. as for it not being funny, you are of course entitled to your opinion, but it's already passed VFH, so whats done is done. --SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 08:53, 21 September 2007 (UTC)
This article is hilarious. While the images aren't original, there captions are original, and that's what makes this article original and hilarious. I laughed out loug- and I shall point out, I rarely laugh out loud on the internet--Sir Manforman CUN.png 17:46, 14 October 2007 (UTC)