Fox had a pretty soft report on its 10 p.m. news about the vulnerability of commuter trains to terrorism. If Fox reporters could stow suitcases in the overhead racks and then depart the train, the reasoning went, why couldn’t Al Qaeda?
Fox tried this experiment in Stamford, then went to an Everyman Commuter–”Tom,” 40, hair parted to the side, middle manager somewhere–for a comment. His mastery of the English language made commuters everywhere proud:
“While I don’t feel totally unsecure, there is always that naggling doubt in my mind.”