We saw three terrorist incidents yesterday:
- A bomb in a trash can in New Jersey;
- A bomb in a dumpster in New York City, plus a second device that didn't explode;
- And a knife attack in Minnesota.
Window blast film was widely used in South Africa during the 'bad years' of the struggle against apartheid. I saw several sites where it had held glass together during explosions, protecting those behind it from flying fragments. I assure you, if I lived in a larger city near any area where such attacks were more of a risk, I'd put this stuff on all my windows in a heartbeat. It works. It's worth the money. I know. I've seen it in action. For those of you in such a situation, I most earnestly urge you to consider it. (As a bonus, if properly applied and secured at the edges, it makes it much more difficult for burglars to break a window and gain access to your property. They're much more likely to turn away and look for an easier target. It also offers protection against your glass breaking in severe weather conditions, such as a hurricane or tornado.)
Food for thought.