In Rochester, the Border Patrol station opened in 2004, with four agents to screen passengers of a new ferry from Toronto. The ferry went bankrupt, but the unit has since grown tenfold.
30 agosto 2010
Kafka meets Northcote Parkinson in Rochester
In today's NYTimes. It would be funny if it weren't another small step towards a police state. Best quote, straight from Parkinson's analysis of a how bureaucracies grows irrespectively of the amount of work it has to do: