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Posted on June 10, 2009



  1. Corican says:

    Very clever.
    Would be worried that the bag would get “destroyed” as it is *obviously* a bomb because of the fact that it is unattended.

  2. evan says:

    *clap clap clap clap

  3. Eliot says:

    Lovely work. Could pull off some long distance GPS/RF mapping projects with just one reliable person at each endpoint.

  4. Geraldine says:

    toll. toll. toll. :)

  5. andrew says:

    yeah, seems like a pretty sketchy idea. hope you friend doesn’t mind getting detained for leaving a “suspicious” package on a train.

  6. OH GN0EZ! says:

    Agreed, kinda a sketchy idea, but if it works it works right?!

    (Annoying whistle at the end, dayummm…)

  7. wait a sec says:

    > andrew
    But are European countries as paranoid of terrorist attacks as America is? I wouldn’t think so. I could be wrong.

  8. Aram says:

    hey, good discussion here! yes, sketchy but it worked very well. it s a true story, life recorded :-).
    sure, i should put a disclaimer:
    “Please refrain from sending hazardous artworks like bombs or anthrax by this method.”
    yes, maybe europe is less paranoid but on the other hand there is nothing more simple than placing unattended luggage in a over crowded ICE train (in germany). I am sure an airport like security check will come soon for trains. Let s have fun till then ….

  9. Vidar says:

    yes! I did that last summer. ≈380 miles did my freands in things go; stockholm-malmö.

  10. jamie dubs says:

    not a lot of trains in the US but I wonder if we could pull this off using the NYC subway… minus the, you know, bomb thing

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