Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2001 19:12:11 +0100
From: "Mike Ballinger" <>
Subject: Re: Suggestions for a Cup Holder Requested

Mmmmmmmmm. Lets look at the number of people killed by handguns in the US V UK............................. H. wrote in message ... >Can I just correct you once again. Handguns are no more illegal in the >UK than they are in the US. They are not "banned" at all. >However, you do have to hold a firearms licence in order to purchase >one, and recent legislation has done nothing more than make it a legal >requirement to keep the weapons in a locked case, or at a club. > > >On Sat, 30 Jun 2001 21:16:07 -0400, Four Weis <mweinopsamcom> wrote: > > > >> >> >>devil wrote: >> >>> Harry Davis wrote: >>> > >>> > It's been passed by the state legislature and the governor is supposed to >>> > sign it this week. >>> >>> And they are now considering a ban on cup holders? >>> >>> :-) >> >>Don't laugh, it may not be illegal to have cup holders in the car, it may >>become illegal to USE them. Re-read some earlier notes about the lady in >>England charged with distracted driving because she took a drink from a soda >>bottle at while stopped at a light. >> >>But this occurred in England, the country that bans handguns. It would appear >>that drinking soda in a car can be as dangerous as possessing a handgun, in >>England at least. If you think about it however, it just might be that more >>people are killed by distracted drivers than handguns in the US. >> >

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