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And just which pimply-faced kid working at K-Mart or Wal-
Mart do you think is going to a) know how to install a car seat and b) get permission to walk out to the parking lot with you?
> From: Peter Sturgeon <prsturgeon -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> Date: 2006/03/07 Tue AM 09:38:32 EST
> To: Geoff Hart <ghart -at- videotron -dot- ca>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
> Subject: Re: Blame the writer redux
> Actually, it's blame anybody but me.
> I'm a victim of anybody and anything, including fast-food restaurants,
> where I choose to have no sense of personal accountability.
> How about taking the car seat into the dealer and asking for help, for
> god's sake?
> Peter Sturgeon
> --- Geoff Hart <ghart -at- videotron -dot- ca> wrote:
> > PARENTS STRUGGLE WITH CAR-SEAT INSTRUCTIONS
> > Many parents don't install child car seats correctly because the
> > instructions are too confusing and too technical, Toronto police say.
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