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Saturday, June 16, 2007

BORDER FENCE A CONVENIENT LADDER

BORDER FENCE A CONVENIENT LADDER

Once in a while I pose a question, obviously to find an answer. Over a month ago I posed a question why aren’t horses shot in the Westerns? Bullets are going back and forth from the good guys chasing the bad guys. Some good guys get shot and fall off their horses, and the same for the bad guys. But no horses get shot! I have yet to receive an answer. Today, my question concerns the border fence between the US and Mexico.

Anyone who watches TV has seen those Mexicans climbing the border fence using the very convenient lateral protruding ridges. The fence actually looks like a ladder, and it is easy for an agile individual to climb the fence using the lateral ridges employing their hands and feet to climb. In less than a fraction of a minute individuals climb up the Mexican side and over the top they go.

I have been wondering why the ridges? Why not make the side a smooth surface so an individual could not easily climb it? Please someone, give me an answer.

By the way, if you have an answer on the horse issue, please let me know so I can sleep at night!

nicola michael Tauraso, M.D.

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