to the editor from this week's Chronicle:
Now that a touch of sense has come through the courts and the wacko
megaload opponents are deciding what to do next, I have a suggestion.........
No, I'd better not say that in the paper. Why don't they just wait for
the trucks to go and fulfill their predictions? When the 4 Conoco-Phillips
loads all break through the pavement and get stuck, fall in the river and
kill all the fish between here and the Pacific, stop all the tourists and
fishermen for the next few years, keep Borg up every night for weeks, plug
all the turnouts on the highway, stop all emergency vehicle traffic, destroy
all the trees, wildlife, and private businesses along the route, and bankrupt
the states of Idaho and Montana like the goofies claim, they can say "na
na na na na, we told you so!" And that would stop the 207 Imperial
loads with no further effort or cost. Too simple, huh?
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