Old 01-16-2006, 03:11 PM   #1
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Hollywood has never bothered to let reality get in the way of a story line. Gee, the train dispatchers don't know where the train is so only very attractive people with worried faces can solve this one!


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Tuesday 17 January 2006 at 8:00 p.m. EST CBS' program NCIS will air an episode dealing with possible high-jacking of a nuclear shipment hauled by rail. The story line for the episode is as follows;

“Gibbs and the team are called in on a weekend when a Navy Lt. Commander in charge of a shipment of nuclear weapons is apparently abducted. The team works to piece together the Lt. Commander's location by tracking a distress call she made from her cell phone. Believing her captors have abducted the Lt. Commander to commandeer the nuclear shipment, NCIS must move quickly to find the missing woman and protect the classified location of the weapons. The Navy officer is one of a handful of people who know the route of a train carrying nuclear-fuel rods.”

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Old 01-16-2006, 09:27 PM   #2
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Gee, the train dispatchers don't know where the train is so only very attractive people with worried faces can solve this one!
Well, if the dispatcher doesn't know where the train, they can always call Julie up and find out.
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Just bumping this thread to the top of the list so you remember to tune in. I'll be traveling tonight and so won't be able to watch and learn fascinating new facts about railroad operations. For example, did you know that Fairbanks Morse units were used to haul the Atomic Train?
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Yeah we know Julie always knows where the trains are, and we all know how much of a thing you have for her Caleb.
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Just bumping this thread to the top of the list so you remember to tune in. I'll be traveling tonight and so won't be able to watch and learn fascinating new facts about railroad operations. For example, did you know that Fairbanks Morse units were used to haul the Atomic Train?
God... now I know why I disconnected my cable.

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Yeah we know Julie always knows where the trains are, and we all know how much of a thing you have for her Caleb.
Don't be bad-mouthing Julie.
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I'm not badmouthing her. She has a sexy voice! lol
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I'm not badmouthing her. She has a sexy voice! lol

Jason, we all know Julie "derails" you!

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Shhhhhhh! Don't tell Laura..... Besides you love it when I put her on speaker too. Just remember it's NOT 1-800-USA-Train!
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