[rescue] Topical to us
mikes at aalin.co.uk
Fri Nov 1 08:34:40 CDT 2019
The 'queues for inspection' may be a significant problem (if you get 'picked', how long is the queue? 24 hrs?), and rather too close to home: I will very soon have to organise shipping an Enterprise 6000 across at least one sea, possibly two. to Germany
On Fri, Nov 1, 2019 at 1:05 PM +0000, "Lionel Peterson" <lionel4287 at gmail.com> wrote:
The only real impact of that tragedy on the project at hand would be closer
inspection of cargo, and I don't think that would be anything more than
increased scrutiny of the cargo.
But, again, my American brain has been told that one of the major benefits of
the EU is the ease of inter-EU state commerce and travel, akin to traveling
between US states.
The basis for my confusion seems to be that the reality of the EU may not be
as it was originally described over here. I'm not trying to be political (it
has no place here), but in the US this wouldn't seem to be nearly as big a
> On Nov 1, 2019, at 07:31, Mike Spooner wrote:
> ...and where the destination country just discovered 38 unwilling corpses
> the back of a truck that passed through continental Europe...
> B -Mike
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