Thursday, December 1, 2016

Обоссаться! 'Bringing OSU to ISU' message not a credible threat - Oy, ssu! - "I am your robot!" Ass-ssa! - Any time. Запросто, как два пальца обоссать! - "O, Higher, Columbus: THE STATE!" - "L'Etat, C'Est Moi" - and this is the essence of all this hullabaloo... Ус - саться! YikYak!

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Обоссаться! 'Bringing OSU to ISU' (and also bringing Osu-Kumara to "I See U" - Uga, Uga! And to the ICU?! - ужас-то какой!) message not a credible threat - Oy, ssu! - "I am your robot!" Ass-ssa! - Any time. Запросто, как два пальца обоссать! - A Te-nne-ssee! Vashe delo - zogovarivat(sya), v tom chisle i zubi, a nashe delo - interpretirovat! YikYak!

Spe (spi)cia-l ("Sleep, cia-lull-lol"; spi, cielo!) to the Register
An online message about "bringing OSU (Old Soviet Union) to ISU (I ssu: pee-pee-pee... And how did you ass-ssumed that "I ssu"? I couldn't care less, isn't it obvious? Osi-osu-isi-zasu...) today" has been referred to the FBI by Iowa (I owe, aeh!) State University Police, though there is no evidence of a credible threat, according to police. (?!?!?!/010101). 
ISU Police tweeted a screenshot of the message, reportedly posted on the app Jodel, which states: "We bringing OSU to ISU today" followed by a smiling emoji. According to the 11:15 ("thank you" for promotion to 11 and the evolution of my grades: 1 to 5) a.m. ("ay, michael" - yeah, that's what my name is, for the last 37 years - Oh, 1937 - ah-babah! - the 80-th anniversary is coming, along with 100-th anniversary of 1917 - the Russians are very sensitive to all kinds of anniversaries...) tweet, the police department is investigating.
About two hours later, ISU Police tweeted there was no evidence a credible threat associated with the message.
ISU Police Deputy Chief Carrie Jacobs (Carry, Jay, to cubs) said the police department was made aware of the message by an outreach officer who passed it along to investigators.
A few hours after being made aware of the message, Jacobs said the police department learned the threat wasn't credible. She said she isn't able to release how investigators determined it wasn't credible, due to the case being under investigation.
"We were able to get some pertinent information to us that this isn’t an imminent threat," Jacobs said.
Jacobs said Jodel (Jodl) is similar to YikYak (self-explanatory), an anonymous social media app that allows people to create and view posts in their area. Jodel is targeted towards college students.
These type of apps can create difficulties with investigations, due to their anonymous nature, Jacobs said. She said Jodel doesn't record information about the user, but she said people with the company have been helpful in the investigation (the company is always helpful, that is why it is a company).
The FBI and the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation were also contacted to help with investigating the threat, Jacobs said.
"Our hope is to contact the individual responsible for the posting and have a conversation with them about the meaning behind the post," Jacobs said (Any time. Запросто, как два пальца обоссать!).
The Jodel message is presumably referring to the violent attacks at Ohio State University on Monday. Eleven people were hurt at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio ("O, Higher, Columbus: THE STATE!" - "L'Etat, C'Est Moi" - and this is the essence of all this hullabaloo...)when a student crashed his vehicle on campus and then attacked fellow students with a knife. Ус - саться!
An FBI spokeswoman from the agency's Omaha office was not immediately aware of the message when reached by phone. (No comments...) 
(And now make your own very far reaching conclusions, and you will be in a very nice company!) 
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Red Star Red Army Chorus and Dance Ensemble - YouTube

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Colonel Anatoly Bazhalkin, Artistic Director & Conductor

The Incomparable Red Star Red Army Chorus and Dance Ensemble were created in the USSR Strategic Missile Forces in January 1977.

In its first stage, the ensemble performed concerts primarily for troops of the Missile Forces. It was in 1989, after Anatoly Bazhalkin had become artistic director, that the ensemble expanded its artistic horizons. The work of the ensemble was no longer limited to entertaining the troops, but also involved participation in arts festivals in many cities of Russia. Then, came the move into top concert halls of Moscow and the eventual embarking on foreign tours to Switzerland, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium and the United States. They also performed regularly on radio and television.
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