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Sun, 16 Jun 2002 12:11:23 -0400
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Drastic falls far short of comparing the two, but I do see your point. And as I mentioned, you can argue the ethical side of the dichotomy: Alcohol is legal, many other substances are not. But that wasn't the source of the argument that I've read on this list. Best, Jeff Brosius Paramedic, etc. Atlanta, GA www.prehospital-perspective.com email@example.com "The fate of the wounded rest in the hands of the one that applies the first dressing." -- Nicholas Senn, 1896 > Jeff, you write that you would "trust the judgement of someone who obeyed > the law of the land". In the 1930's in Nazi Germany if you knew your > neighboor was a jew that had not identified themselves as such to the > state, then hey, you weren't following the law of the land. Neither was > that jewish family that did not report themselves in. A pretty drastic > comparison I agree, but still...