And it JUST GOT NOTICED, huh?
And CUI BONO?
"Police said they will ban backpacks and set up barriers in Times Square on New Year’s Eve. It will deploy additional police, including plainclothes officers, there and throughout the city. It also will search garages for bombs and set up detectors for radiation and biological agents."
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I believe the term is agent provocateurs?
Yes, sadly, America, EVERYTHING YOU SEE on that TELEVISION SET is a SCRIPTED and STAGED EVENT for an AGENDA-ADVANCING REASON!!
I know it is difficult to believe, but considering the selectivity and lies, there is NO OTHER CONCLUSION one can reach.
"Van stirs security worries in NYC; No terror threats found, police say" by Colleen Long, Associated Press | December 31, 2009
NEW YORK - A white van without license plates parked in the heart of Times Square caused a security scare yesterday that rattled New Yorkers and thousands of holiday tourists milling about amid preparations for the city’s massive New Year’s Eve celebration.
"Wow! Just like the one the Mossad agents pretending to be moving company employees were driving when they were arrested on 9-11!!!!!" -- Wake the Flock Up
Also see: My New Year's Eve Party
Just weeks after a police-involved shooting in the area, the New York Police Department blocked off part of Times Square for about two hours starting at 11 a.m., calling in counterterrorism and bomb squads after officers noticed the 1992 Dodge van, which had a bogus law enforcement placard in the windshield, parked on Broadway between 41st and 42d streets....
Something is a stinking already!
Police said they will ban backpacks and set up barriers in Times Square on New Year’s Eve. It will deploy additional police, including plainclothes officers, there and throughout the city. It also will search garages for bombs and set up detectors for radiation and biological agents....
Investigators also towed a parked car several yards from the van....
Police used a robot to examine the vehicle, then approached on foot and peered in the windows. The van was opened to reveal a disheveled mess of clothing, racks and scarves that looked like a peddler’s stand. A temporary registration was also found, but it had been altered, and police were looking for the van’s owner. It wasn’t clear how long the van had been parked there, though those who work in the area said the van had been there at least two days. A similar-looking van in the same location appeared on
Something about this WHOLE STORY is EL STINKOLA, Amurka!!
The incident comes three weeks after a shootout in Times Square when a man hawking CDs ran from officers who recognized him as an aggressive panhandler running a scam....
And for that he deserved to be KILLED?
Related: Shootouts and Snowballs
So what is the point? Times Square is dangerous?
Don't worry, I WON'T BE VISITING New York City anytime soon!!!
And TALK about IN-YOUR-FACE, New Yorker!
"Eroding Lake Champlain Bridge is felled; will be rebuilt" by Chris Carola, Associated Press | December 29, 2009
CROWN POINT, N.Y. - The Lake Champlain Bridge linking New York and Vermont crashed into the lake yesterday, as controlled explosions brought down the unsafe 80-year-old span, which had been the first of its kind used for highway traffic and which was a design duplicated on numerous other bridges.
Oh, so the NEWSPAPER KNOWS ALL ABOUT CONTROLLED DEMOLITIONS, huh? Then they CAN NOT NOT KNOW about 9/11!!!!
Snow fell, and a small group of onlookers watched as the 2,184-foot-long link between Crown Point, N.Y., and Addison, Vt., was dropped into the water and ice at the narrow south end of the lake yesterday morning.
So 9/11 is a lie and they know, and they also know about the global warming lie but they keep promoting that, too.
There was a sharp concussion followed by billowing smoke, as steel and concrete fell, with a section of pavement at the arched center of the bridge teetering and then falling into the channel below.
Sort of like this, right?
Related: 9/11 Photo Collection
The destruction was not visible from public viewing areas 2 miles away on the lake’s New York shore, but onlookers were startled by the sound of the explosions merging into what seemed to be a single large blast.
The decades-old bridge was closed Oct. 16, when engineers deemed it unsafe because of severe erosion in its concrete piers. The demolition was the start of a nearly two-year project to replace the bridge, which was located about 100 miles north of Albany. The demolition conducted by Advanced Explosives Demolition of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, was originally scheduled for last Wednesday, but cold and ice delayed preparations.
Advanced Explosives Demolition’s crew spent more than a week placing 800 pounds of explosives packed into more than 500 charges that brought the bridge down in sections.
Can this be IN YOUR FACE anymore, America?
Another crew was to begin removing the tons of bridge debris from the channel, a task that is expected to be completed by spring, when construction of the new span is set to begin. The new bridge is expected to open in summer 2011. New York transportation officials called the demolition a success. “The demolition went as planned,’’ said Stanley Gee, the acting transportation department commissioner. “Now we’ll start cleaning up. Pretty soon you’ll see barges out there trying to remove the large sections of the bridge that went down in the main channel.’’
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No one was allowed within 1,000 feet of the blast area. Two public viewing areas were available on the New York shore 2 miles west of the bridge, and another was set up along a road along the Vermont shore.
But you COULDN'T SEE ANYTHING so WTF?
When New York Transportation Department officials closed the bridge in the fall, both New York and Vermont, which share ownership of the bridge, had already determined that it needed to be replaced. The bridge, used by about 3,400 vehicles a day, was closed and never reopened, forcing motorists to take 100-mile detours or to ride crowded ferries to reach their jobs. Local businesses that rely on bridge traffic have seen revenues plummet.
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But we had plenty of money for wars, banks, and corporations!
Opened on Aug. 26, 1929, the Lake Champlain Bridge was the nation’s first long-span continuous truss bridge for highway traffic, and its steel girder arch design was used on numerous other spans. Measures were taken to protect historic and cultural resources during the demolition, especially on the New York end of the bridge....--more--"
You know, I'm kind of hungry; lets say we get something to eat?
"Debts close iconic NYC restaurant; Tavern on Green plans to serve its last meals tonight"by Verena Dobnik, Associated Press | December 31, 2009
NEW YORK - The former sheepfold at the edge of Central Park, now ringed by twinkling lights and fake topiary animals, is preparing for New Year’s Eve, when it will serve its last meal.
I didn't make a reservation.
Just three years ago, it was plating more than 700,000 meals annually, bringing in more than $38 million. But that astronomical sum wasn’t enough to keep the landmark restaurant out of bankruptcy court. Its $8 million debt is to be covered at an auction of Baccarat and Waterford chandeliers, Tiffany stained glass, a mural depicting Central Park, and other over-the-top decor that has bewitched visitors for decades....
For 75 years, since it first opened amid the Great Depression, the Tavern has attracted clients from around the world....
Dean Poll, who operates the stylish Loeb Boathouse restaurant overlooking the Central Park lake and offered to invest $25 million on Tavern renovations. The city awarded him a 20-year license in August, citing his significant capital investment and vision; the new Tavern will incorporate green building technology while a conservatory-style dining space will complement the original Victorian architecture. Poll also plans an outdoor cafe, bicycle racks, and new public restrooms.
Oh, so it is JUST BEING RENOVATED, huh?
The LeRoys, employing more than 400 unionized workers with full benefits, couldn’t match that. As the recession hit, they accrued more than 450 creditors. A spokeswoman for the company running the auction said the LeRoys couldn’t be reached for comment yesterday, but people close to Jennifer LeRoy, 31, said she feels heartbroken over the closure and betrayed by a city that pulled the lease to a business her father turned into a New York icon....
I guess we will hve to go somewhere else.
Of course, I'm watching Fox's New Years Eve Special(?) and it is SNOWING in New York!
Take that, global warmers!