How to Do It: Tiberium 2006

With LeMuel LeBratt

Featuring Permanent Guest Host Marcia Spatzelberg
by Special Guest Columnist Dave Titlebaum

In this month’s How to Do It, we’ll tell you an easy and simple way to steal the Kabbah Stone, the black meteorite in Mecca which is considered seriously holy to many Muslims. Now, how they consider a rock holy when they have tons of rules in Sharia against idolatry is beyond me, but it should be a fun thing to do on a rainy Saturday afternoon.

mecca

Plan Aquamarine
Requirements: 1 helicopter, 1 boat, 1 amount of supplies, 3-8 skilled people

Simply fly your helicopter into Saudi Arabian airspace. Land in the middle of the big mosque, grab the stone and then fly like hell out of there. Try and reach international waters as quickly as possible and find a country where they won’t extradite you.

Pros: This plan is highly simple and the Saudis aren’t particularly good at maintaining their anti-aircraft defenses.

Cons: This plan doesn’t leave you with a lot of room for error. You have to be ready to grab the stone and run. Any delay could mean death, so quickness is the key. Either way, this isn’t for the faint of heart.

Plan Scabrous Oyster
Requirements: 1 set of fireworks or anti-aircraft missiles, 5-10 white robes, 1 set of tools, 1 amount of supplies, 1 van or truck, 1 duplicate black stone, 5-10 people

Divide your team into two groups. One will disguise themselves as pilgrims during the Hajj, the other will set up your mortars, rockets or fireworks outside of Mecca. As soon as your team members disguised as pilgrims come within reach of the black stone during the Hajj, the others will set off the Aerial Distraction. As all the pilgrims look up at the Aerial Distraction, take the stone and replace it with the duplicate. Then load it on a truck and try to sneak quietly out of the country.

Pros: If done properly, this plan will not alert the authorities to the fact that the stone is missing, allowing you to sneak away to safety without the danger of being caught.

Cons: The Aerial Distraction had better be highly distracting, as it takes only one pilgrim to notice something amiss and alert the Saudi security forces. Also, the replacement must be done quickly, lest the Aerial Distraction end before the duplicate stone is in place.

Plan Rotary Octopus
Requirements: 1 construction firm, 1 collection of heavy drilling equipment, 1 person with several million dollars, 5 helicopters, 5 duplicate stones, 100-500 people

Get a contract for a new building somewhere near the mosque in Mecca. Begin digging a tunnel to the Kabbah under the guise of building a building. Tunnel in, break through the surface near the stone under cover of night, switch the stone for a duplicate and then fly five helicopters out of the country (one with the real stone, four with the other duplicates in case you get caught).

Pros: It’s unlikely that the Saudis have any seismographs to detect tunneling so it’s probable that you’ll drill in undetected and get away.

Cons: This plan is expensive, time consuming and you have to find somewhere to hide all the sand you remove from the tunnel.

Plan Didgeridoo, Mark V.
Requirements: 1 circus tent big enough to cover the Mecca mosque, 1 bunch of knock-out gas, 1 rather large pump, 1 cargo airplane able to store the aforementioned circus tent, 1 collection of trucks to haul the pumps and the gas, 50-100 people, 1 set of oxygen masks and tanks for each team member

Drop the circus tent on top of the Mosque by parachute. Then pump in the knock-out gas to demobilize the security forces. Once they’re incapacitated, send in your team to grab the stone and load it onto one of the trucks.

Pros: Once the guards awaken, they’ll be groggy and unsure about how to best pursue you, allowing you ample time to escape.

Cons: It’s really stupid.

another mecca

So, good luck stealing that black stone, and remember that Axes & Alleys, its parent and affiliate companies are in no way responsible for your actions, or for any executions, embassy burnings, terrorist attacks or wars which result from stealing the sacred black stone of the Kabbah.

And, always remember, if you’re on the lam, France is a good country to hide out in; they hate Muslims, they have no extradition treaties with countries who have the death penalty, and they love criminals from Roman Polanski to any one of the soldiers of the French Foreign Legion. Good luck and good stealing. See you next time.

dave
Dave Titlebaum is a plumbing fixture
salesperson from Alabama.

3 Comments

  • March 21, 2010 - 8:09 pm | Permalink

    So what will you do with the stone u stupid dumbass … why would u spend so much time and money doing such thing… it will be so pointless …. ur stupid … go steal some brain for urself :P

  • April 26, 2010 - 2:23 am | Permalink

    Roman Polanski has comitted a crime and he should be punished in one way or another. You cannot just forgive someone who abused an underage girl.

  • April 27, 2010 - 9:55 pm | Permalink

    For example: if we had a site with 30 pages averaging 8 KB each, 50 KB worth of images in each page, and 50 visitors each day who viewed an average of 4 pages, you would have the following formula:[8 KB + 50 KB] * [50 visitors * 4 pages] * [30] = 348,000 KB So we would be using 348,000 KB, or approximately 340 MB, of bandwidth each month. Well within the limitations of our hosting plans. It’s hard to generalize how much data transfer a site will use without looking at it specifically, but in most cases it is very rare for a personal or small business site to use more than one gigabyte (GB) of data transfer in a month. Starting with a data transfer limit of one gigabyte per month is probably appropriate for most new sites. If your average web page is 20Kb in size. 1 Gig of transfer allows for well over 50,000 hits per month at that size! If your average page size is smaller obviously more hits per month.

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