NOT-QUITE A TERROR THREAT
The National Security Agency (NSA) intercepted some information. The NSA passed this information to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The CIA passed the information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The FBI passed this information to the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). CSIS passed this information to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The RCMP passed this information to the Toronto Police Service (TPS). TPS passed this information to the North York Centre Security Guards.
What was the information that the NSA intercepted? Someone will plug his or her computer or cell phone into a wall plug at the North York Centre Food Court.
What vigilance the North York Centre security guards have! They patrol and check the food court wall plugs every five to ten minutes to make sure no one has plugged in a computer or cell phone.
I once asked a security guard why you can’t plug in a computer or cell phone. He said in a deep authoritarian voice, “It’s against the regulations. Plugging something in could mess up the electrical system.”
Funny how you can plug in Frankenstein to charge him in a plug in the North York Central Library, in the North York Centre, but plugging a computer or cell phone in any plug outside the library “could mess up the electrical system.”
There are no statistics on how many people the security guards catch plugging in computers and cell phones. Since the world has changed since 911, the security guards should keep statistics. The security guards should also hold a press conference every time they catch someone attempting to mess up the North York Centre’s electrical system by plugging in a computer or cell phone.
Posted on June 5, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged cia, csis, fbi, food court, frankenstein, north york central library, north york centre, nsa, press conference, rcmp, security guard, tps. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.