You'd have to be closer? Julie Krueger ========Original Message======== Subj: [lit-ideas] Re: Computer weirdness and rubber bullets Date: 6/1/06 2:57:59 P.M. Central Daylight Time From: _carolkir@xxxxxxxxx (mailto:carolkir@xxxxxxxx) To: _lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) Sent on: >Btw, the rubber bullet thing appeals to me in that it temporarily disables >someone w/out being life-threatening. ck: Why not just get a baseball bat? A popular weapon, especially in cars, in California. I kid you not. Baseball bats are in. Carol ----- Original Message ----- From: _JimKandJulieB@xxxxxxxx (mailto:JimKandJulieB@xxxxxxx) To: _lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 1:12 PM Subject: [lit-ideas] Computer weirdness and rubber bullets I sent this reply and when I got it in my own in-box it said it was loading an image (something I did not put in -- it was simply text) and ended up loading nothing. Apologies, requests for suggestions for appeasement to the gods of technology, and another attempt. Btw, the rubber bullet thing appeals to me in that it temporarily disables someone w/out being life-threatening. If someone were holding my kid hostage I'd be too terrified that I'd hit the kid with the gun rather than the perp. Julie Krueger.