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"Thank you !!! We have been extremely frustrated with the media "brownout" on this story, as governments evidently try to prevent panic by failing to report fully. Thank you again."
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"Steve….THANK YOU for asking me to help you beta test the first issues of Threat Journal (TJ). I am AMAZED at how well the weekly reports are formatted. Reading the "Juicy Parts", "What I need to Know" and the expert commentary on the different threats is like plugging me in and I get an instant learning on the subject. I look forward to reading this every week."
"The Article "How to Hijack an airplane in 3 Seconds" was mind opening. I thought since the cockpit doors were reinforced that it was safe. 3 days ago I flew on NorthWest and I noticed that the stewardess blocked the entire aisle before the cockpit with a food cart, she locked the wheels and stood there behind it, holding it in place and looking down the isle at all the passengers, while a pilot was in the bathroom. I was sitting right behind first class in coach and saw the whole thing. After the pilot was safely back in the cockpit and the door was closed, she unlocked the wheels of the food cart and moved it back, all had returned to normal. "