Re: NANFA-- U.S.Postal Service won't ship
Fri, 2 Jun 2000 16:13:35 EDT

In a message dated 00-06-02 08:01:23 EDT, Chris wrote:

<< If you had a .00432% chance of dying on a flight, would you still take it?

I'm back to my same bone to pick with you, Chris. So, if there is a .00432%
chance of dying, let's say from driving your car, are you going to stop
driving? (I'm betting there's a greater risk of injury or death than
.00432%). Or are you going to legislate all of us to confirm to your
aversion to risk and make a law to make it illegal to drive? In case you
hadn't noticed, there's an inherent risk of death simply in being alive. I
say let's go a little easy on continually creating more regulations. This is
written with respect and a genuine concern that we are losing too many of our
freedoms and not meant as a 'flame' to Chris.

Bruce Scott
Meridian, Idaho

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