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May 29, 2004



Sorry, but you and Professor Camic have just been duped by an urban legend. Check out the snopes.com expose on this one:



Urban legend? Maybe, but it appears in a book on business travel, reviewed by, no, RAVED about by the International Herald Tirbune. I can't quite blieve that the little factoid wasn't checked by 1. the publisher of the book and 2. by the IHT reporter.

Jeff Findel

which means more gas gets used . . . . and then, terrorists kill you. and then what do you do? nothing. its too late at that point.

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