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security?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by ed applebee, Mar 21, 2003.

  1. ed applebee

    ed applebee 12oz Junior Member

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    security?

    Discussion started by ed applebee - Mar 21, 2003

    i am just wondering if anyone has seen or been aware of any new security measures, mainly in freight yards. i read that the american railway council is tightening security for commercial lines in response to possible terrorist activity. this shit is all so fucking stupid...
     
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  2. casekonly

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    casekonly - Replied Mar 21, 2003

    i guess this kind of wavers on the tip of "does this belong in channel zero," but, i would imagine that train yards are bumping up security quite a bit. trains are still a staple part of moving alot of goods around the country
     
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  3. Intangible

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    Intangible - Replied Mar 21, 2003

    I would say yes in major yards...no in smaller yards or layups...I would guess commercial trains such as amtrak will have tighter security...They dont want another undersiege 2 to occur, and neither does anyone else who saw that movie...
     
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  4. casekonly

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    casekonly - Replied Mar 21, 2003

    we definitely don't want to have to call steven segal in...or bruce willis...
     
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  5. Intangible

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    Intangible - Replied Mar 21, 2003

    Hey leave diehard alone....those well the first one was a good flick, the second one was decent...there wasnt a third...so dont speak about any hearsay...
     
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