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Canning International Terrorists? Literally


Well here is a great new product, we first saw this in our study on the Parking Industry at recent trade show. New Bomb Resistant Trashcans, Trashcan Anti-Bomb Receptacles for public safety now available.

http://www.iaem.org/content/membersonly/ce...Receptacles.PDF

So we should can the International Terrorists right? Well that is what the president says, and now we can do just that. Some may not buy into the possibilities of International Terrorism within our borders, but the government is buying into it;

http://govtsecurity.com/mag/disposing_bomb_threats/

So what do you do when you catch and International Terrorist with a bomb strapped to him or her? Well hold onto the grip of the detonator and can them? Game over!

One tactic of International Terrorists is to plant a bomb inside of a bag and throw it into a trashcan and walk away. Well if you have bomb resistant trash receptacles, you no longer need to worry a large events about such a scheme, it will explode inside and send the blast up ward but leave the can intact and the people nearby unhurt.

This is good for train stations, airports, parking structures, bus depots, public events, etc.

If you would like to read more about this good idea below are some more links:

http://www.euro-security.de/en/05-2003_ESE5_p23.pdf

http://www.intsi.org/american_innovations.htm

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs


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