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 No.4929

As if hiding in the weeds with binoculars wasn't enough, Union Pacific is now beginning to monitor their train crews with drones.

 No.4930

Unfucking believable. I've never before seen an industry so dedicated to firing and disciplining its employees.

 No.4932

>>4929
What's the pay scale for the guys who paint themselves minion yellow, and hide against the hood?

 No.4934

So all the crew has to do is look up and they become distracted and the manager must land the craft.

 No.4935

>>4934
Pretty much. I suggested stopping and pointing at it to a BNSF union rep.

 No.4950

Maybe report the drones as a possible terrorist activity? It’s a (mega)bit hard to tell the difference, after all.

 No.4953

>>4950
Infrastructure would be a target, and we know some of the more radical folk in the Middle East have used drones both for surveillance and as improvised bombers. (Ghetto drone strikes, if you will.) Drop anchors and get on the dog to DHS.

 No.5032

>>4950
Hahaha. Yes. All for that.

 No.5057

Wow, so there is drones flying near the train as it drives. The following is an interesting idea; if you had to choose between the existence of trains and the existence of rap music, which would you choose, example:

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=2pac+dex+remix - "first result by uploadeer Dax"

 No.5064


 No.5065

There's drones in the departure yard in Roseville but I'm sure they're for trespassing and not the crew.

 No.5138

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There has been one time I've seen a drone while riding the Amtrak Cascades. We had already rounded Point Defiance and passed under the Narrows Bridge when I saw it near the Chambers Bay golf course. It was a monster of a drone: hovering in place on six rotors about, oh, 20 feet up. I couldn't tell if it was taking film or video of the Cascades train or of the Chambers Bay golf course (around that time, the course would host the US Open in a matter of months).

If this drone belonged to a foamer, then they were a hella rich foamer.

 No.5214

>>5138
It belongs to FBI, spying on train passengers to make sure they aren't masturbating.



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