clinton.mielke at gmail.com
Fri Dec 25 20:00:12 UTC 2020
I see the logo now :
Most amazingly, in some, *but not all*, Google street view shots, the ATT
logo is completely blurred out!
On Fri, Dec 25, 2020 at 11:58 AM Matt Brennan <brennanma at gmail.com> wrote:
> During their press conference, the Nashville Metro PD put the RV at 166
> 2nd Ave N, which is across the street from the 185 2nd Ave N location.
> It's halfway up the block from 2nd & Commerce.
> On Fri, Dec 25, 2020 at 2:36 PM Andy Ringsmuth <andy at andyring.com> wrote:
>> Definitely was not at that intersection.
>> That’s security camera footage from about 154 2nd Ave. The AT&T building
>> is across the street to the right.
>> Commerce Street is a block to the left.
>> Andy Ringsmuth
>> 5609 Harding Drive
>> Lincoln, NE 68521-5831
>> (402) 304-0083
>> andy at andyring.com
>> “Better even die free, than to live slaves.” - Frederick Douglas, 1863
>> > On Dec 25, 2020, at 1:26 PM, cosmo <clinton.mielke at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > The internet is buzzing with speculation about this. According to CNN
>> the RV was at 2nd and Commerce st, which puts it 1-block away from the ATT
>> building. If it were the target, I'd imagine they would have parked it
>> > On Fri, Dec 25, 2020 at 11:20 AM Andy Ringsmuth <andy at andyring.com>
>> > Certainly thankful no serious injuries or fatalities in this
>> > It seems the AT&T building at 185 2nd Ave N may have been a target,
>> which would explain the timing (holiday morning when no one is out, as
>> opposed to a holiday evening when there would be mass casualties). A little
>> curious what that building has. Is it just a big co-lo place? Regional
>> > No earth-shattering revelations here. Admittedly just bored on a slow
>> Christmas Day when my wife is at work (nurse) and kid is playing with a new
>> tablet and I’m just watching the news trying to understand/figure out a
>> little what and why.
>> > ----
>> > Andy Ringsmuth
>> > 5609 Harding Drive
>> > Lincoln, NE 68521-5831
>> > (402) 304-0083
>> > andy at andyring.com
>> > “Better even die free, than to live slaves.” - Frederick Douglas, 1863
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