Another Innocent Person Killed by ACE Train

Killer ACE Train
Killer ACE Train
Another innocent citizen of our local community (Pleasanton, this time) was struck and killed by an ACE train Friday evening. 

You never hear of any UP trains striking and killing people in the Tri-Valley, but this is the 4th or so killing by an ACE train engineer in just the past year. 

They need to do something about it, perhaps ban the ACE trains from the UP tracks until they come up with some safety policy to ensure they stop killing people left and right.

The ACE train appears to be very dangerous to the community.
Jow June 05, 2014 at 12:33 PM
Your pic is different than George's pic. I'm not laughing at death, I'm laughing at the comment thread.
George Fay June 05, 2014 at 01:30 PM
Allow me to interject so that even a simple minded troll can understand this. My image is from the Recent Comments section. It appears that the one from Mr. Hunt is directly from the actual comment posts. Both are valid images and both show the time sequence that the one by Drat was posted first and I reacted to it and his uncalled for humor.
Jow June 05, 2014 at 01:51 PM
I'm still laughing at you guys for policing a public thread.
Not the Cat June 05, 2014 at 02:55 PM
Lt Bil Drat posted "LMAO" after MTCWBY posted "How about stay off the train tracks, Darwin candidate. They're not even as wide as a street and there's only two directions the train can be coming from in a not quiet manner. Frankly you need to be suicidal, a moron, or tied to the tracks ala' Snidely Whiplash to get hit." ( I hope this helps in the argument) AND leave the T word out of this.
Desert Rat June 05, 2014 at 10:50 PM
I also wonder about the time stamps. I routinely see posts where the time sequences cannot be accurate. In one thread I saw a post that showed a time four hours into the future. I'm not sure if this is a product of incorrect time on the person's computer making the post, incorrect times on the Patch server, or somebody using a proxy server.


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