This morning, passengers headed to NYC on the Metro-North rail line hit serious delays. The culprit? A suspicious package found near the Farfield, CT station. Or rather, a suspiciously Bender-shaped package. Bite my shiny metal ass, commuters.
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To be fair, it's always better safe than sorry when it comes to unknown parcels in public places. See something, say something, etc. And it's a good thing that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority takes its job seriously. But an eighth-grade woodshop project that pays shaky-handed tribute to Futurama's alcoholic robot is suspicious only in its awesomeness.
We only hope that when the MTA figured out it wasn't a bomb, someone shouted "good news, everyone!" [Stamford Advocate]