Friday, August 03, 2007

Sometimes It Doesn't Take A Rocket Scientist

The first concerns about the I-35W bridge that collapsed in Minnesota were raised by inspectors back in 1990. Those early problems were either dismissed or said to be under control. Warnings continued to be ignored until the bridge failed during Wednesday's rush hour, killing dozens of motorists.

Who the hell was in charge of the bridge's safety? NASA management?

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