ray (rayslinky) wrote,

the t

LOL: It was a major disaster in T-land. With vague but scary threats circulating last week about possible terrorist attacks on rail and subways, T officials were holding emergency meetings - not on security - but on a Web site.

incidentally, i got to use the site for a while (about 6 clicks taking 30 minutes) and it is just as user-un-friendly as their old one with broken links and out-of-date information... not surprising from an agency that buys $1500 trash cans and cant manage to make their scrolling LED signs display anything other than garbage...

btw, is it only my browser that makes their logo appear to have "jumped the tracks"? (this has been consistent for a few months now...)
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