Driving (was Henwood vs. Cockburn)

Max Sawicky sawicky at epinet.org
Thu Nov 11 14:35:52 PST 1999

> Max Sawicky wrote:
> > Actually it doesn't. I've even done radio interviews
> > while driving.
> Users of cellular phones have as bad a driving record as drunks. And
> it makes no difference if the phone is no-hands. Would a radio
> interview take as much atttention as a phone conversation? If so, we
> can now label Max the virtual equivalent of DUI.
> Carrol

Better DUI than PEUI -- posting e-mail under the influence.

I've been driving for 30 years. Eating pastrami sandwiches/ and pickle; eating egg mcMuffin and hash browns (OJ in the holder); talking about the Federal budget; explaining socialist revolution to novices not unlike yourself; never caused an accident, never been in anything more than fender benders. Don't drink either. Always keep more distance from the car in front than others. Don't use my phone too often either.

On the whole a model of driving safety.


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