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Activity on the Delaware River Marcus Hook to the Hog Island is now on camera, so smile for the camera.

This is the first installation of Boeing's new camera surveillance system that will be extended from the Bay to Trenton. Expect the system to be used on other high commercial traffic waterways

I'm conflicted on this added security; it makes response to boating accidents quicker but all the stupid things I do will now be on camera.

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Re: Delaware River Security

There have been cameras on the Chesapeake for a couple years. After first hearing about them I forgot they were there.

With the industry in that area of the DE River, I would have expected cameras long before now.
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Re: Delaware River Security

Cameras have been on the river for some time, at bridges, the refineries, power plants, Boeing own facility and the airport but the Boeing system as promoted adds cameras for better coverage and links the cameras to control centers in Delaware County and Philadelphia.

Boeing had problems with a similar system for the US/Mexico boarder, maybe they have now worked out the problems.
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but all the stupid things I do will now be on camera.
great!!!, now the whole world knows how small my penis is.
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Looks like no more bucket emptying in broad daylight.
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Looks like no more bucket emptying in broad daylight.
I lean way over the side and dip the bucket like I'm filling it...
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Re: Delaware River Security

The cameras on the Bay Bridge caught the terrorists plotting to blow it up 10 years ago. Baltimore always has had cameras and a large police and CG presence.

I try and moon the Bay Bridge camera every time I pass underneath

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Looks like no more bucket emptying in broad daylight.
the trick is to bring a small hand pump out with the bucket so it looks like your emptying bildge water i got this down pat.
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the trick is to bring a small hand pump out with the bucket so it looks like your emptying bildge water i got this down pat.
You guys thinking way too much. It is a bio break. Remember, clothing is option. I just stand up, facing leeward, and lean over.
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rock that doesn't work for number 2's lol
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