This article was in today's paper and it is about a man who threatened the Florence Police Dept. I think the right thing was done here, and do not take what I am going to say wrong.
In the last paragraph of this article, England says "In this day and time, you can't wait to find out if he was serious or not. Any kind of threats like that are taken very seriously, and that's what we did in this incident."
NOW authorities are taking threats seriously... well, they are 7 years too late for my best friend who told them her husband was going to kill her, they told her that it was just a threat, they couldn't do anything, not unless the husband actually acted on them. Two days later they got to do something, they got to arrest him, and we got to bury her.
So many stories to tell, so many times in the past that authorities wouldn't do anything because it was a 'threat'...
NOW they take them seriously... I guess Jane and a bunch of others want to thank you guys for taking threats seriously now, but SOME of them cannot say thank you, they are dead...