Gamblers' Shuttle Gets Terrorism Funds
Colorado Springs-based Ramblin Express, which shuttles gamblers to mountain-town casinos, including Cripple Creek, has received $382,000 in anti-terrorism grants.
The most recent grant, for $184,415, was announced this month as part of the Department of Homeland Security's $844 million Infrastructure Protection Activities program.
Ramblin Express' grant is among the $11.2 million allocated to the Intercity Bus Security Grant Program, which is intended to assess risks and prevent attacks on that part of the nation's transportation system. Rest of story.
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15 May 2008
Synarchy looks a lot like snarky to me.
WPP Settles on Name for Dell Shop: Synarchy Worldwide
Finally Finds Moniker for 'Project DaVinci' but Still Needs CEO
By Rupal Parekh and Matthew Creamer
Published: May 14, 2008
(AdAge.com) -- The new WPP Group agency designed to handle Dell's marketing-services business is expected to be named Synarchy Worldwide, a reference to a utopian political system coined in the 18th century. NEW YORK