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August 03, 2007

Bridge expert Sheldon Drobny: no need for concern

In addition to being the co-founder of Air America Radio and one of the only accountants admitted to plead cases before the IRS court (or something like that), Sheldon Drobny also has comforting words for America:

Therefore, my conclusion is that the I35W Bridge collapsed because of human error or incompetence. On the whole, the bridges in America are reasonably safe and there is no need to have excessive concerns or fears about driving over them. And I also believe that this is true of air safety, subways, and the rest. The chances of your demise from one of these events including terrorism are about the same as winning the lottery. But, the MSM will try to sell you on anything that gives them a larger audience. If you believe the MSM, I have a bridge I would like to sell you; Brooklyn or "to nowhere."

Posted in Sheldon Drobny at August 3, 2007 01:40 PM

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