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Re: Fwd: Price of Gas; Now Duct Tape

That's all well and good for all of you who live in the boondocks
[personally--I envy you a little bit right now], but I'm a little bit
worried about the mornings when I'm running to court & go to hop on the
subway when one of these @@**&&!!@@**!! bastards detonates a breifcase
of vx, mustard or saran gas or a dirty bomb, or whatever is the weapon
of mass destruction of choice.

No, I haven't bought plastic or duct tape. I just don't have enough time
on my hands to try to construct a 'safe room', plus I don't think it
would work.

In a message dated 2/14/2003 1:11:15 AM Eastern Standard Time, mtalt@hort.net writes:

> Even if some group slips past our numerous and costly assorted
> government agencies in charge of security, their goal would be high
> numbers and those are only found in major urban areas, so anybody in
> a small town upwind of a major city has more chance of getting hit by
> a car crossing the street than suffering from a terrorist attack.  In
> fact, even those of us living in areas that present lovely targets
> need to simply get on with life and worry about what we need to worry
> about, which does not include going into panic mode about 
> terrorist
> attacks.  Remember the story about Chicken Little...

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