1. "Other instructions given performers include a warning not to look directly at Bush while passing the presidential reviewing stand, not to look to either side and not to make any sudden movements."
2. "The police in Washington, D.C. are using new behavioral profiling methods ... Officers are now targeting people who seem to be looking around the station more than other passengers, avoid eye contact or seem to be loitering in stations. If riders meet these criteria, the police are stopping them for questioning. This is all part of security preparations for the upcoming second Bush inauguration."