Local law enforcement targets DWI

Feb 7, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Deming Headlight

Headlight Photo Lt. John Mooradian of the Luna County Sheriff's Office, pulls over a motorist and checks to see if the driver is in compliance with the law.

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Jackie

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I have a better idea, let ban all alcohol from the state! Ya think that would save them 300 lives your talking about in your article.. Instead of throwing people in jail lets just ban the stuff from the whole country,alcohol has done nothing but kill people and caused a lot of senseless acts of violence and led to harder drug use, Yes this sounds like probation again like it was in the 1920s but now we have had 90 years to see what alcohol has done,and then the police will have more time to learn about civil rights! Oops hum think about that.cops knowing the law.
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Feb. 27, 2014:

109 Yards NW of WIPP Exhaust Shaft ó Sample time Feb. 11-18

Pu239+240: 0.115 Bq per sample [39 times the highest activity ever detected since testing began in 1997, which was 0.004 Bq per sample]
Pu238: 0.004 Bq per sample [Never detected since testing began in 1997]
Am241: 1.3 Bq per sample [2600 times the highest activity ever detected since testing began in 1997, which was 0.0005 Bq per sample]
Only the all-time highest activity levels were provided. CEMRC director Russell Hardy discussed the normal levels during the resident meeting earlier this week in Carlsbad:ďI just want to reiterate, normally we do see Ď0í. For my radio-chemists,Ď0í is not good enough. I donít know how they balance a check book, because they donít stop until they get to eight zeroes past the decimal point ó thatís normally what we see.Ē

This means a normal reading is at most 0.000000009 Bq per sample ó making the recent Pu239+240 sample equal to 12,777,778 times higher than normal, and the Am241 sample 144,444,444 times normal levels.

KOB, Feb. 26, 2014: The government says there wasnít enough radiation leaked last week at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant to be harmful. But some claim thatís a lie, and they believe the jet stream is going to push the radiation far and wide. People living in and around Carlsbad are especially concerned, and itís difficult to not be.

KRQE, Feb. 25, 2014:[Itís] no more risky that a dental x-ray or an airline flight. One skeptical member of the audience asked how they could be sure of that since not all the samples have been analyzed and little is known yet about what happened. DOE officials say they will continue to monitor the levels on a constant basis.

KOB, Feb. 26, 2014:ďIím concerned at the fact the data says that radiation levels are safe. I dont know of any radiation levels to be safe.Ē[...] The concern here in Carlsbad is everywhere.

AP, Feb. 27, 2014: All indications are that a filtration system [...] worked. But watchdog Don Hancock, director of the Nuclear Waste Safety program at the Southwest Research and Information Center, said the fact that the workers were exposed raises questions about those claims.ď[...] we donít know how well they worked because they have never been tried.Ē

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Alcohol is the 'evil gateway drug', not marijuana.
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the one and only wrote:
Feb. 27, 2014:
109 Yards NW of WIPP Exhaust Shaft ó Sample time Feb. 11-18
Pu239+240: 0.115 Bq per sample [39 times the highest activity ever detected since testing began in 1997, which was 0.004 Bq per sample]
Pu238: 0.004 Bq per sample [Never detected since testing began in 1997]
Am241: 1.3 Bq per sample [2600 times the highest activity ever detected since testing began in 1997, which was 0.0005 Bq per sample]
Only the all-time highest activity levels were provided. CEMRC director Russell Hardy discussed the normal levels during the resident meeting earlier this week in Carlsbad:ďI just want to reiterate, normally we do see Ď0í. For my radio-chemists,Ď0í is not good enough. I donít know how they balance a check book, because they donít stop until they get to eight zeroes past the decimal point ó thatís normally what we see.Ē
This means a normal reading is at most 0.000000009 Bq per sample ó making the recent Pu239+240 sample equal to 12,777,778 times higher than normal, and the Am241 sample 144,444,444 times normal levels.
KOB, Feb. 26, 2014: The government says there wasnít enough radiation leaked last week at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant to be harmful. But some claim thatís a lie, and they believe the jet stream is going to push the radiation far and wide. People living in and around Carlsbad are especially concerned, and itís difficult to not be.
KRQE, Feb. 25, 2014:[Itís] no more risky that a dental x-ray or an airline flight. One skeptical member of the audience asked how they could be sure of that since not all the samples have been analyzed and little is known yet about what happened. DOE officials say they will continue to monitor the levels on a constant basis.
KOB, Feb. 26, 2014:ďIím concerned at the fact the data says that radiation levels are safe. I dont know of any radiation levels to be safe.Ē[...] The concern here in Carlsbad is everywhere.
AP, Feb. 27, 2014: All indications are that a filtration system [...] worked. But watchdog Don Hancock, director of the Nuclear Waste Safety program at the Southwest Research and Information Center, said the fact that the workers were exposed raises questions about those claims.ď[...] we donít know how well they worked because they have never been tried.Ē
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Think you have an OOPS going on here! But it is an interesting statement,
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Tommy Rot wrote:
Alcohol is the 'evil gateway drug', not marijuana.
Yes it is a gateway drug, but the government makes to much money on it, but as soon as the government realizes how much tax money Colorado is making, new pot laws will sweep the country, and you can be happy clogging up the roads by driving to slow LOL

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