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Rule #1 -- Don't get hurt.

    Safety is the first priority. Er, or is it the second, after money.... Or the third after getting the trains out....



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Name: NoMo
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

Hey Robert:

I hate to rain on your personal little one man parade...but you really
need to get a grip. Look at the picture in the video, which direction
was the train traveling? Which direction was the truck traveling? Where
was the truck hit?

Just because you can't make it fit your twisted sense of reality no
matter how hard you try to sell it, it not going to change the facts.

Posting stuff like this just makes you look loony. I told you yesterday
to pick your fights carefully. Wasting what credibility you have on
arguing the obvious just strengthens the carrier's case when it comes
to the incidents that occurs because of negligence.

Through your rantings you are the carriers' biggest advocate...so rant
on!

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

Well NoMoLIER --plug in to Google maps-- Hertz Local Edition near
Bartow, Florida--zoom in a little Southeast and walla there's the same
crossing without a train obstructing view. See the parallel road (road
running alongside the tracks) that you can't see with a train in the
way? See the stupid RR sign right in the truckers way making it a 110
degree turn just before or just after crossing the tracks?

Take a really close look at the track light 100 feet away that could of
had all kinds of bells/whistles going off in the toxic dump with a train
coming.

Glad to be a help keeping you straight.

Kinda like the little kid that said "why don't you just let the air
out of the tires" when the experts couldn't get the big rig unstuck
from under the RR bridge. Was the bridge too short or the road too
tall?

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Name: NoMo
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

Hey Robert:

Would you mind sharing your drugs with me...must be some good shit!

It has you delusional if you think the Onondaga crash was at grade.
There are at several occurrences a year of high cube semis trying to go
through the Bankhead Tunnel on Highway 90, despite warning signs.
The Bankhead runs beneath the CSX main in Mobile...that makes those
accidents grade crossing accidents to, by your definition.

Please explain the 110 degree comment you made...you don't have the
slightest idea where the truck was or where it was going when it was
hit. The only thing that is perfectly clear from the video is the
driver's line of sight was unobstructed and the train was either in
emergency or just crawling along because it was just coming out of the
wye from the industrial area...that road along the tracks is
probably for RR access road.

http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpps/news/state_news/train-crash-west-bartow-030712_18413138

We will chalk up your creative storytelling to your drugs...now go
watch "Thomas and Friends" and "Chuggington", you might learn
something!

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

http://www.wkbw.com/news/local/Schumer-Calls-on-Federal-Railroad-Administration-to-Investigate-CSK-Train-Derailment-in-Buffalos-Old-First-Ward-141773143.html

I hear the FRA coming ---Coming round the bend---They haven't seen a
train wreck since I don't know when ---Whoops--They still won't
because the evidence was dozed. What a token effort.

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

Good thing NTSB don't go to the 20 collisions a day NoMo LIER because
you would have to take off your shoes to keep count.

The Onondaga bus crash was at grade because a bus and 100s of trucks
had struck the POS bridge while Michael Ward and crew are paying
themselves MILLIONS.

Oh the Florida crash the road was as skewed as it gets. Like a 110
degree turn the tanker driver would have been making 10 foot from the
crossing.

Glad I could keep you informed!!!

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

http://www.wyff4.com/news/30634303/detail.html
Crossing wins in South Cakalackie.

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Name: NoMo
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

Hey Corporate Office:

I fail to see any significance in you link unless Ryan Phebus is a CSX
employee?

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Name: NoMo
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 08 March 2012

Good morning Robert:

How you get a grade crossing accident out of the Onondaga bus incident
is beyond me. Feel free to keep crying wolf. I'm sure reports like
this one are good for a laugh or two around the water cooler.

With regard to the NTSB...no math required, looks like they wrote
reports on every incident. I'm surprised there aren't actually more
incidents. 

We can agree on one thing though, 8.43 is less than 20, thank
goodness!

I guess the Bartow accident was caused by all the invisible line of
sight obstructions that we can't see in the video. Skewed? Hardly.

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 07 March 2012

http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpps/news/state_news/train-crash-west-bartow-030712_18413138

CSX murders tanker driver at a private skewed crossing in a toxic dump
in Florida.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Corporate office, for 10-20 years
Posted: 07 March 2012

http://www.shelbycountyreporter.com/2012/03/06/police-arrest-man-for-impersonating-police-and-robbery/
 Well well well look what we have here

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Name: kyle
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Employed as: Conductor, for 20-30 years
Posted: 07 March 2012

hey pines if you dont fuck with trains they won,t fuck with you, its
that plaine & simple.....

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 07 March 2012

Hey NoMo

I turned the Onondaga collision to the Federal Rail-bought association
as a non reported grade crossing collision since the bridge is dangling
down into the drivers grade. They should be keeping tabs on that kind of
injuries/killings for their falsified Congressional reports. So why
don't utilites run across the tracks at like 10 feet and some Mickey
Mouse signs pointing at the trains?

The NTSB I did the 5th grade math for you.
http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/reports_rail.html
38 X 10 = 380
1X8 = 8
Total =388 reports
2012-1966 = 46 years
388/46 = 8.43
NTSB averages 8.43 investigations a year which is less than 20.
Glad I could help.

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Name: NoMo
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 07 March 2012

Hey Robert:

You're the one that needs to read slowly...nowhere was CSX found
guilty of anything.

What it does say is..."Surely some responsibility rests with bus
driver John Tomaszewski. He got lost on his way to the bus station,
missed 13 signs warning of the low bridge ahead and became distracted
by a GPS unit, all while piloting a vehicle carrying 28 sleeping
passengers.

Yet in acquitting Tomaszewski of criminally negligent homicide on
Tuesday — an unpopular but correct decision — Onondaga County Court
Judge Anthony Aloi finally focused attention on the ultimate culprit:
“that inherently dangerous CSX bridge.”

Up to now, the railroad somehow has managed to remain above the swirl
of activity surrounding its 100-year-old bridge. CSX has been nearly as
inert as iron and steel in reacting to the dangers the structure
poses."

Odds are the bridge was there long before the Onondaga Lake Parkway.
It's a numbered state route, the state is responsible for the road.
The state can't be sued except with their permission, which they
won't give. Just watch and see if the state lets a contract to lower
the underpass.

With regard to the NTSB...over the years, you have made your feeling
crystal clear on the FRA and NTSB, that they are pawns of the
oppressors. Either back up you statement,"NTSB doesn't go out 20
times a year..." with proof or you're the liar!

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 07 March 2012

Nomo read slow ---Megabus Verdict: It’s time CSX owned up to role in
parkway crashes ---That's a CSX problem

NTSB doesn't go out 20 times a year and you say they always show up.
So you are a LIER and a poor hired gun.

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Name: NoMo
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Posted: 06 March 2012

Hey Robert:

The only thing you've done...gets flushed!

The bridge is a non-issue...it's a state, county or city issue and the
NTSB will eventually show up at RR accidents sites.

Nice try though.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 06 March 2012

Amazing how accidents HAPPEN.

If one pulls out in front of a police car, with lights, and Siren= most
likely someone get's their as- kicked.

Same with fire trucks.

Now the difference is, how small the strike zone is for Rail, and how
many warnings are there to protect the right to run freight over
private property.

One easy way to protect yourself and your family, stay clear of the
tracks. However if ya want to drive around the rail operations, you can
do that, just remember ya might get over on my property, and now you
will have a real problem. My whack is much nicer than one from a
Locomotive.

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 06 March 2012

Did I do that?
http://blog.syracuse.com/opinion/2012/03/megabus_verdict_its_time_csx_o.html

Megabus Verdict: It’s time CSX owned up to role in parkway crashes

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 06 March 2012

Did I do that?

NTSB ‏ @NTSB Reply Retweet Favorite · Open 
NTSB dispatch two investigators to Amtrak train collision in Granite
City IL 
5:50 PM - 29 Feb 12 via Twitter for BlackBerry® · Details

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Name: NoMo
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Posted: 06 March 2012

Hey Robert:

You only effective in your own mind...give us one variable instance of
your effectiveness.

I bet your kids are real proud of you and I wounder what your wife
would think.

I haven't worked for the railroads in years and you know...but if you
are going to make these wild claims you better be able to back them up.
You can't, so you spin them to fit your personal agenda.

If you're going to pick a fight, pick one you can win...so far you 
record is underwhelming!

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Name: Robert Pines
E-mail: btpino40@gmail.com
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 06 March 2012

Well NOMO i really could care less what people think is what makes me
effective. You being a railroad paid slime ball must not care either.

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