On Wednesday, February 1, 2006, at 06:34 AM, Tom Scordato wrote:

industry which should have the same safety standards as lets say the
aerospace industry or maritime industry, is certainly lacking, big time, yet
on a day by day basis affects as many if not more people.

I guess you wouldn't mind paying a lot more for every thing you buy when trucks start costing more than a half million bucks. Note what fuel surcharges alone can do to the price of shipping. Maybe you should become a truck driver, it seems you might be more attentive than some already on the job. That's where the problem really exists, the human factor. Knowledge, skill, attitude, alertness and emotions all factor in and vary widely between individuals.

Johnny B.
I Mac Therefore I am

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