NY mayor urges residents to keep 2nd fatal subway push this month in perspective; woman sought

  • Article by: TOM HAYS , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 28, 2012 - 7:13 PM
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fjbarrowsDec. 28, 12 5:54 PM

Maybe Bloomberg will want to ban having arms, you know real arms attached to your body. That way, no one can be pushed anymore.

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RossbergDec. 28, 12 6:05 PM

I suppose if you're surrounded by bodyguards like Bloomberg incidents like this wouldn't be much of a concern. Neither would there be much need for other types of self-protection. Being a billionaire does have its advantages.

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just1oldgoatDec. 28, 12 6:08 PM

Shoot with a gun = bad. Push into a subway = good. Dead = Dead. Sooner or later, the general population is going to figure out Liberal Logic.

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edinawaterDec. 28, 12 6:16 PM

Some subway systems have a glass wall separating the train from the platform. When the train arrives, doors lined up with the train open to let people enter and exit the vehicle. Seems like a simple, cost-effective solution. It would also stop people from stumbling or jumping in front of the train.

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budgrant00Dec. 28, 12 8:30 PM

The perp was experiencing low blood sugar levels perhaps.

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tmwinkel1Dec. 28, 1210:43 PM

Ban subways!

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