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Wednesday, June 10, 2009


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Carol I commented via email:

"I understand that he was stopped at the security checkpoint by the guards - but the checkpoint is in the foyer. Or rather, it's all one big room and so the checkpoint is at the "entrance" of the foyer.

In Paris last year, I went to the Museum of Jewish History where I passed through the most secure entrance I've ever seen. There was a sort of airlock with doors that closed behind you and doors in front of you that didn't open until you and your bags had been scanned and x-rayed. All bulletproof glass/lexan doors and windows so you were looking at the guard and vice versa but never got close to him without that bullet-proof stuff between you. Now I see how reasonable it all was..."

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