Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 00:58:38 +0000 (UTC)
From: (Andrew Stephenson)
Subject: Incidental livestock

ISTR Saab making a big thing of how moose bounce harmlessly off their cars and how this is Good, especially for personal injury and life expectancy. This weekend a BBC-tv programme discussed the damage which deer do to cars in the UK (an amazing amount). This made me wonder how often Saabs have saved occupants in the parts of the world not infested by moose. Their North American cousin, the elk, looks well constructed to do in a speeding car and I can only guess at what sort of a mess a rhino or elephant might make. Even cows, horses and camels could be a problem. -- Andrew Stephenson

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