"the safest and most advanced pipeline operation in North America. It will not only bring essential infrastructure to North American oil producers, but it will also provide jobs, long-term energy independence and an economic boost to Americans."
Meanwhile, in Alaska, the Keystone Canyon on the Richardson Highway, the only road into the town of Valdez, has been shut off by a massive avalanche.
|Alaska Department of Transportation Photo|
Here are two videos from the Alaska Department of Transportation:
For those who are just thinking of the names here and not the meaning of the word, from the Oxford Dictionary:
So, when there's problems with the keystone, everything else it holds up is in danger too.
Should other 'keystones' worry? Not because their name is Keystone. The title here is to point out how easy it is to generalize from two examples to the universe. If any of the other organizations named Keystone have problems, I'm sure it's not related to the name. Though, if there is some terrible scandal related to a particular name, people will think about that name differently when they encounter it. The name Monica, for example, took a beating in 1998.
There's enough organizations named Keystone that you could probably set up a town and be self-sufficient. And only a few on this list are in The Keystone State. Here is a sampling:
Keystone Credit Union and Keystone Bank
Keystone Substance Abuse Services (does that include oil?)
Keystone Sporting Arms
Camp Keystone and Keystone Camp
Keystone Cafe (There are lots of these)
Feeney-Hornak Keystone Funeral Homes
Keystone Rugby Club