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Re: Shipping fish
William Shenefelt II wrote:
> Right on John! I went to Airborne Express as soon as I found out last fall.
Caution is called for, there, Bill. I, too, have used Airborne Expre$$ for
shipping fish, before, but normally won't do it again. [For overnight Sat.
delivery, they may be the only game in town for some folks.]
On further investigation, I was assured that no Airborne planes had heated
cargo areas, and most weren't normally pressurized (a claim I tend to doubt).
Since all the fish survived, I don't know who was mistaken, but I got high
enough in the chain at Airborne to dissuade me from ever using them for fish,
> > At some point, someone will try to male a
> > point (maybe with prodding from organizations like PETA) and the shipper
> > will pay a BIG fine or maybe be a guest at a federal facility. You don't
> > think so? Take a good look at the new airline security. These illegal USPS
> > shipments may go by air.
Ah yes, the terrorists' plan to make us live just like them is starting to
work, perfectly. ;-) [Ben Franklin warned us that trading a little freedom for
a little safety would leave us with neither.]
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