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Old 09-11-2007, 12:13 PM
Bruno Krause Bruno Krause is offline
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I don't know if this is appropriate in this thread but the argument that I used with the DQ passengers that came on board and were convinced she is unsafe was this:

Safety is relative, nothing is totally risk free, be it eating, taking a shower, walking down steps, owning a pet. But STATISTICALLY, which do YOU think was the safest for me when I came on board last Friday:

1. Sleeping in my totally wood structured house that does not have automatic sprinklers, only two smoke detectors, no watchman, no fire resistant paint, no fire alarm system, and no crew at the immediate call to help with an emergency.
2. Driving to the airport in rush hour traffic for 55 minutes.
3. Flying to Memphis aboard two different airplanes.
4. Or sleeping tonight on the DELTA QUEEN?

A LOT of nodding heads on that one...
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