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    Quote Originally Posted by kutter View Post
    You seriously bite on anything they feed you don't you?

    Ok, reality check: 1. Of all of the barriers cut in that photo, only the bottom right one could have been done by a saw, all of the other cuts were made by a torch or exothermic cutting outfit.
    2. The agents were told to use 'common industrial tools'. I would wager a shit ton of money, they used a gasoline powered rescue saw, something I am pretty sure migrants cannot readily get their hands and even then it
    would likely take at least 20-30 minutes and attract a lot of attention.

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    So unless you have one of these hanging around, then the barrier works.

    When I see asinine stories like I this, I want to ask, 'then you must not bother locking the doors to your house right? I mean people can just bust down the door to get in.'

    No barrier is perfect, it is one tool in the bag to accomplish the goal, but it is a tool, and it does serve as a deterrent.
    You call it a rescue saw, I call it a "gas powered angle grinder" or a "cut off saw" found on almost any commercial construction site. 15 minutes to make that hole. Reinforced concrete tilt panels would be the way to go, if you were fucking dumb enough to wall off our entire southern border to begin with. Steel is a poor choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archigeek View Post
    You call it a rescue saw, I call it a "gas powered angle grinder" or a "cut off saw" found on almost any commercial construction site. 15 minutes to make that hole. Reinforced concrete tilt panels would be the way to go, if you were fucking dumb enough to wall off our entire southern border to begin with. Steel is a poor choice.
    You seem to also think that we are just building a wall and calling it done with. Again, it is part of a series of measures. If you are busy cutting a a steel slatl, the sensors are going to pick it up, sounds carries insanely far at night, guess who is there now? It is a significant slow down instead of people just running in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    You seem to also think that we are just building a wall and calling it done with. Again, it is part of a series of measures. If you are busy cutting a a steel slatl, the sensors are going to pick it up, sounds carries insanely far at night, guess who is there now? It is a significant slow down instead of people just running in.
    Acetylene torches are pretty quiet.

    Also lulz thinking you can patrol all 1500 miles of border. Stop trying to think this is some movie or some crap where they detect this through “sensors and shit”, it’s fucking hard as fuck hence why almost 100,000 people on average get through without getting caught.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Praetor View Post
    Acetylene torches are pretty quiet.

    Also lulz thinking you can patrol all 1500 miles of border. Stop trying to think this is some movie or some crap where they detect this through “sensors and shit”, it’s fucking hard as fuck hence why almost 100,000 people on average get through without getting caught.
    They have sensors that alert them and they respond. The wall will help with that exact number you mentioned. It will slow down/impede illegal entry allowing them to respond. You aren't very smart are you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    You seem to also think that we are just building a wall and calling it done with. Again, it is part of a series of measures. If you are busy cutting a a steel slatl, the sensors are going to pick it up, sounds carries insanely far at night, guess who is there now? It is a significant slow down instead of people just running in.
    Whatever. You now have a wall with a hole in it, that you have to repair. It's a maintenance nightmare. 28 years of industrial building design experience says I'm right and you're wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archigeek View Post
    Whatever. You now have a wall with a hole in it, that you have to repair. It's a maintenance nightmare. 28 years of industrial building design experience says I'm right and you're wrong.
    I highly doubt any of your 29 years of architecture experience involves designing mullti-tier border security systems.

    I mean, decades upon decades of experience from actual border patrol agents disagree with you. You can toss around your building experience all you want, but you have 0 experience in border protection and security. When you have every President, and VP or the Border PAtrol council saying this is needed, when you have the former head of the border patrol that was an Obama appointee and was fired by Trump agreeing with Trump on the wall issue... Yeah...

    And on the plus side, it creates jobs. Why are you against job creation?
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    Seriously, without a wall, wide open areas. Sensors are getting them, but they are over a wide area. A wall causes them the be channelized. Instead of being able to come in over a 5 mile area they have holes they have to squeeze through, which, btw, the sensors picked them up as they started making them so there are already Agents on the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archigeek View Post
    Whatever. You now have a wall with a hole in it, that you have to repair. It's a maintenance nightmare. 28 years of industrial building design experience says I'm right and you're wrong.
    You're retarded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrathbringer View Post
    You're retarded.
    High minded debate there. You must have went to college.

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