"Scott L. Hadley" wrote in message
Don't be too hard on him. The spelling of "fibers" (sic) guarantees this
wonderful piece of scare mongering comes from the other side of the pond
where lawyers make mega-bucks by flying in the face of common sense.
Over there the bottom of every milk bottle would have to be stamped "open
other end". And microwave ovens marked "not for drying pets".
You ought to try living here. Talk about being "once Great Britain"---try
putting up with living in what was once the freeest nation on earth. Don't
be too hard on us, though. Most of us love the UK side of the pond, and
the possiblilties for changing back 'round over here are limitless.
Just spent a couple of weeks in what once was "Great Britain".....would
not give tuppence for living there now....it aint what it used to be and
not by a long shot....I used to love to ride the trains to see the beautiful
looking gardens at the back of the houses along the railroad tracks....no
more....most of them looked ugly with huge weed patches and broken down
greenhouses etc....looks as tho the pride that once was there has gone
elsewhere.....walked around a couple of other weed patches that the locals
called 'allotments'. Perhaps one day it will rule the waves again.