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RE: Radar Backup Alarm System
Apologies for the bogus attachment on my mail. Whenever I hit "reply" to a
message from quiet-list, it defaults to "rich text format" and I have to
remember to change the default. David, maybe there's some setting in the
list you can change so Exchange doesn't think it's receiving messages from
an RTF-capable sender?
On another topic, Eric, what's this I hear about Ontario introducing
legislation to allow farmers to make more noise?
From: Noise - Citizens Against[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Reply To: email@example.com
Sent: Saturday, May 10, 1997 4:59 PM
Subject: RE: Radar Backup Alarm System
> These new devices either alert the driver, or turn on the beeper, or
> when an obstruction is detected.
Yes, if it works as it is described, and I don't see why it shouldn't
(it is a very simple engineering design) it should be adopted worldwide.
I would imagine other companies would quickly copy the design principle,
as it probably couldn't be patented. Even if it could, I'd say best of
luck to RASINC or whatever the company's name is, for coming up with the
Now we'll just have to start spreading the word to governments here and
there. This is the type of thing that should be legislated. Lord knows
these trucks and heavy vehicles make enough noise even without the backup
beepers; they just make a bad situation worse.
BTW, your winmail.dat... it's B A C K A G A I N... <g>
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