1) October 1: A suicide bombing at Oklahoma University that, fortunately, killed no one but the bomber (probably because he screwed up).
2) October 7: An apparent attempted bombing at an LA apartment complex housing many UCLA students. (The report of a small explosion between 5:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. suggests to me that someone attempted to detonate the bomb, but only the detonator worked. Detonating it in the courtyard in the early morning, when the building likely was at its fullest, would have been a good way to maximize casualties.)
3) October 10: A bombing at Georgia Tech.
Anyone see a trend here? The fact that all the bombs have been relatively low-powered and unreliable would seem to suggest amateurs. It wouldn't be the first time that weak-minded college students have become fascinated with radical, anti-American politics. And the bombs don't have to work well in order to terrorize people.
Let's just keep our fingers crossed and pray that, in the end, we find out that Michael Moore is behind this. Then at least there'd be a silver lining.