|FROM ||Ron Guerin
|SUBJECT ||Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Cellphone Jammer
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On 03/18/2014 10:38 PM, Ruben wrote:
>> I couldn't find anything to cite in Google, which makes me doubt my
>> memory. My recollection however was that someone was observed. I
>> thought it was the guy (former cop) known as the "LIRR vigilante":
>> I did find this though:
>> And this:
>> The LIRR has started making the last car on some trains the "Quiet Car",
>> but most of us (you included I presume) would agree that all of the cars
>> should be "Quiet Cars", and the exception should be the "Noisy Car" at
>> the end of the train. Just like the smoking car from the old days.
> maybe they need a telephone both?
It's a problem coming to a subway near you, eventually.
> which is the best device?
Got me. I do feel your pain though. I hate talking on them, but not as
much as I hate having to listen to other people talking on them.
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